‘De Hoedenmaker’ is situated in the centre of the city of Bruges. Getting there however is not that difficult. Bruges is an ancient city with small streets. Getting around by car is not necessary and sometimes it makes you nervous. However, all places are at walking distance.
Some advice …

Public transport

from train station if coming from Brussels airport by train:

Coming by car

  • Easiest: Park save and free near Police station. Walk your way back (1.3km) or take bus n° 2 every 10 min. (€ 2,5/pp)
  • Leave your car at the Parking near the railway station (€ 6.10/day + free bus tickets 4 persons)
  • Leave your car close to your holiday home ‘De Hoedenmaker’ (€ 14/max. 4 hour from 9-20 hr., city centre, free from 8pm-9am)
    • Baggage drop off is possible or short parking (€ 0.10/30 minutes)
  • Best Itinerary from the highway:
    • Take E40 to E403 coming from Brussels 100km , Antwerp 100km or Amsterdam 250km
    • Stay on E403 coming from Paris 300km, London via Euro Tunnel Calais 125km, …

enParking in and around Bruges

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Town centre: Metered parking, 4 hours max. (€ 14), every day 9am – 8pm including Sundays and public holidays. Please read the instructions and rates on the paring meters (in 5 languages)

Town outskirts: Blue zone, allowing up to 4 hours’ parking per day, with a valid European parking disc, every day 9am-6pm

Underground parking areas in the town centre
– 2 500 parking spaces, max. €15.80/24h
– opening hours: 24 hours a day

P centrum-Station
1 690 parking spaces, max. €6.10/24h; free buses from and to the town centre
– opening hours: 24 hours a day

Free parking areas situated around the town centre. Allowing you to walk to the centre or to take a bus.