Driekoningen

Wulveringemstraat 40, Veurne, West Flanders, 8630, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Wulveringemstraat 40, Veurne.
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Travel Blogs from Veurne

The final chapter....... Bruges in Belgium

A travel blog entry by parkes on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... wonderful canals threaded through the town and walking was easy.
Our apartment was overlooking one of the canals and we were always hanging out the window enjoying the view. We had a large 3 bedroom so we had plenty of room for everyone and most importantly for Mike to cook for us. We were also close to the oldest pub in Belgium which has been trading for 500 years. Obviously, we had to check it out.
We walked the canals, shopped ...

Veurne

A travel blog entry by carinamjones on Oct 02, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

We have taken advantage of the beautiful weather here in Belgium and gone on a few bike trips. One of them was to the historic city of Veurne which is about 8 kms from where we are staying. The city was founded in 891 as a small borough and gradually grew into the city it is today. In 1668-1713, the city was part of France. Until the end of the second war, Veurne was often in the center of political ...

Bruges and Brussels: The End of the Road

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi on May 03, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... to carry out the business of Bruges. The canals are picturesque and lined with brick homes complete with their stepped roofs. These are decorative but also served to aid chimney sweeps in a land where high-ceilinged rooms would have had to have roaring fires tended round the clock to warm the occupants. Apparently Bruges was one of the poorest cities in Belgium in the early 20th century until it was named a UNESCO World Heritage site and its current residents are ...

Beautiful Brugge

A travel blog entry by bakker-bilton on May 15, 2012

10 photos

... the information necessary on the sites, views, history best places to eat and drink etc. One of the top tips was to hit the Banhaus hostel on the edge of Brugge for happy hour (18:00-19:00), at 1 euro a beer it was a must do. In true traveling fashion, the chance to save a bit of money was very welcome. We arrived at the bar around 17:50 which meant instead of just going in like we normally would we had to kill 10 minutes before happy hour kicked in! Anyway there will be pictures of ...

Bruges and Ghent

A travel blog entry by fitchett on May 06, 2011

1 comment, 9 photos

... mother and her son, and where they make sure that they confine themselves to seasonal food, cooked properly. We thus had decently-cooked (white) asparagus, and no frites (they don’t sell them). Marion really loved her dover sole which was lightly fried and delicious. After that we went for a little bit of walk around the centre, admiring the squares of the Markt and the Burg, before retiring back to the B&B. ...