Where is Bruges?
Belgium is divided into three parts: the Flemish region, the Valon region and the Brussels Capital Region. Brugge is located in the Flemish region north of the country. The official language of the region is Dutch. Therefore, Bruges is generally spoken Dutch.
What Country is Bruges in?
Brugge is famous for its chocolates, laces, beer and, most importantly, its medieval architecture and its canals on the sandal tour. Brugge is known as the “Venice of the North” because of the beauty and tourist value of its canals. In Bruges, most of the population is Flemish. Therefore, unlike a metropolis like Brussels, there are no panels written in two languages on the streets, and the majority of the people do not speak French. German is spoken only in the German border region of the country. The number of people speaking German In Bruges is vanishingly small. It is therefore more practical for tourists to communicate in English.
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