The medieval city of Bruges has become quite a popular tourist attraction recently. It is the capital of the North-Western province of West Flanders. The most well-preserved medieval towns in Europe; It has most of its medieval architecture intact. Since 2000, the historic centre of Bruges has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most famous landmark in Bruges is its 13th-century belfry with its 48-bell municipal carillon. The city still employs a full-time carillonneur, who gives free concerts regularly.
One of the best ways to explore Bruges is by a boat ride through its web of canals, providing a unique vantage point on the picturesque historic core. This place takes you back to a dreamy Middle-Age city through a time tunnel of sorts.