The quay of the Rosary in Bruges

It's one of the most photographed sites throughout the city of Bruges. No wonder, the Quay of the Rosary definitely is one of the most beautiful city sights in the world.

Picture by Pixabay

It looks like a living postcard. It is also very close to Tanners square and the Fish Market, not even two minutes away. In addition, the main square, De Grote Markt is five minutes away. From here you can start several hiking tours alongside the channels, and throughout the city.

Picture by Pixabay

Everything looks like something straight out of a medieval tale, with buildings like castles touching the water, all perfectly maintained. The bridge and the wooden docks are still intact despite their age. Also, the houses and shops are decorated with classic facades. A truly amazing place.

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