Tags : Waterfront
Timings : Open 24 hours
Entry fee : Free
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About 2 minutes away from Belfry, Rozenhoedkaai (Quary of the Rosary) stands at the intersection of the Groenerie and Dijver canals. It is considered to be one of the most photographed locations in Bruges. The night view is next to unforgettable. With the gorgeous illuminations of castles and lit terraces, the spot stands enchanting for its romantic appeal.
It is believed that Rozenhoedkaai was the mooring spot for ships back in the Middle Ages, where traders would offload and reload goods. You can start off with a boat ride with swans for company. This happens to be one of the best spots to unwind and enjoy the serene landscape around with a drink. If you’re planning to visit from March to October, suit yourselves for a happening flea market down the road. The best time to visit the Quary of the Rosary would be late in the evening. As they say, good food is good company; you’ve got plenty of restaurants and cafes around to tingle those taste buds.