The Flemish city of Bruges has a uniquely enchanting atmosphere, which is rooted in its rich history. From the twelfth to the fifteenth Centuries, Bruges was the most important trade centre in Western Europe. Its historic townscape has been perfectly preserved.
The mediaeval street patterns, the picturesque canals, the breathtaking seventeenth and eighteenth century almshouses and its many gardens and green spaces make a visit to Bruges a unique experience. In 2000, Bruges, also known as the "Venice of the North" became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ensenada’s hostess, Tine De Bruyker, is an official guide to Bruges. Her father, a well-known face in Bruges, also worked as a guide. Born and bred in Bruges, Tine knows this historic city like the back of her hand. She has been acting as a tour guide for small groups for many years. Tine is the ideal person to introduce visitors to Bruges in all its different facets.
As a guest at Ensenada, you can of course indicate your preferences beforehand. Tine will personally show you around the Bruges that you want to see. From a boat trip on the canals along the most scenic beauty spots of the city, to a visit to museums and historical buildings; alternatively, why not savour some delicious Bruges chocolate or beer, or a typical Bruges lunch or dinner in a top-class restaurant. Needless to say, the guided tour can be combined with a leisurely walk through the city, or some well-earned retail therapy.
What better way to end a fascinating day in Bruges than at Ensenada, with its own outdoor terrace, swimming pool or the small café along the millpond. Or how about treating yourself to a delicious meal in a three-star Michelin restaurant, or a game of golf? Everything is possible at Ensenada. We can tailor-make your holiday for you. Please contact us for the possibilities and rates. We guarantee an experience you, your friends or your colleagues will never forget.