Campanário de Bruges
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The Belfry tower is no less than 83 metres high! On your way to the top you will discover the old treasury room, an impressive clock mechanism and a carillon with 47 bells. After 366 steps, your athletic efforts will be rewarded with a breath-taking view of Bruges and its surrounding countryside.
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Impressive bell tower. Absolutely worth the climb if you can beat the queues by arriving early... Lovely view on the city, impressive to watch and hear the carillon in motion.
The 83 meter high belfry or hall tower is Bruges most famous landmark and most symbolic civil monument. Due to the special architecture, the tower is perhaps the most iconic of its kind. warning: you can climb the tower but you have to take into account that some passages are quite narrow. Only a…
If you are fit enough to climb up 366 windy stairs of the most important and tallest tower of Bruges, you will be rewarded with a 360 degrees view of Bruges and surroundings, weather permitted of course. Well worth the work-out!
If you feel up to it, take the climb to the top of this ancient tower. It offers you an amazing view over the historic centre.
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