Overview

Ready to dig into the rich history of Bruges?
Then you are at the right place!

Come join us on the daily Legends of Bruges Free Walking Tour and let us share with you our love and passion for our city!

On our tour, you will explore the historic centre with a local, learn about the history and urban legends, get tips on the 'must do's' of today's Bruges, visit sites where the film 'In Bruges' was shot and get a free beer at the end. And all of this comes for free, although we do appreciate a tip if you enjoyed the tour!

Want to join?
Book and meet us behind the statue in the middle of the main square of Bruges (Grote Markt, right behind the Christmas stalls)

ENGLISH tours every day @
- 9.45 AM (except for January, February and March)
- 11.30 AM
- 2 PM

SPANISH tours every day @
- 11.30 AM
- 2 PM

You will recognize us by our red vests and umbrella. Remember: if it's not red, it's not legendary!

This activity includes:

Beguinage - Main square - St John's Hospital - Church of our Lady - Burg Square

    FREETOUR.com Traveler Reviews

  • “All great”
      Reviewed on December 13, 2017

    It's a cosy and excellent guide!

  • “A great way to get to know the city”
      Reviewed on December 12, 2017

    Nicholas was from Brugge, therefore it was the best way to get to know the history and tales of the city. I totally recommend this tour.
    Thank you Nicholas!

  • “Interesting walk”
      Reviewed on December 10, 2017

    Dani was a friendly and helpful guide and the tour was what we had, more or less, expected. The only thing was that she lacked some historical knowledge so she couldn't answer some questions and we had the impression that we were missing something.

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Meeting point

Main square of Bruges (Grote Markt).

On arrival

Meet us behind the statue on the main square of Bruges (Grote Markt, right behind the Christmas stalls), you will recognize us by our red vest and red umbrella! Please note we will not run the 9.45AM tours in January, February and March.

Things to note

You will recognize us by our red vest and red umbrella!