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Timings : Sunday – Monday: 09:00 AM – 08:00 PM

Entry Fee : Citizens of Bruges: Free
Non-residents of Bruges:

0-7 – Free
8-25 – EUR 12.00
26+ – EUR 14.00

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Belfort van Brugge

Belfry, Bruges Overview

Belfort, also known as Belfry, stands 83 meters tall in the centre of Bruges in Belgium. Belfry was made into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000, making it one of the most renowned symbols of the city. A carillon became a part of the medieval tower in the 16th century. These mellifluous bells once modulated the lives in the city by indicating the time through regulated ringing. On the way up to the crest, you can look at the treasury that once housed the city charters and municipal archives. A few more steps up to the scenic beauty will reveal the majestic music drum that steers the carillon, the sound of which is produced by a keyboard. The tower promises an astounding panoramic view after a satisfying 366-step climb.

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