The growing popularity of Bruges, Belgium, may be due to the fact that it has a wonderfully charming design and an array of exciting attractions. The rich culture and traditions of this city may delight baby boomers looking for a fun and interesting metropolis to explore on their next European getaway.
Travelers who would like to take a stroll along Bruges' scenic canal can do so on the Groenerei promenade. According to Lonely Planet, this charming walking area boasts views of the city skyline and places to see the two canals merge together near an elegant bridge.
To grab a great local pint of beer, travelers in Bruges can head to the De Halve Maan brewery. Guests are welcomes to take tours to watch the production of the beer and sample some tasty brews from a striking lookout point on the building's rooftop.
Those interested in arts and crafts may wish to make time for the Lace Center that showcases local talents on this intricate craft, reports World travel Guide. Lace-making demonstrations can be enjoyed by visitors while also admiring the museum's building, which is a restored 15th century almshouse.
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