Bruges' City Ramparts
The green city belt consists of 26 hectares of green land. This green belt forms a 7-km loop around the city with cycling and walking paths. If you walk all the way around, you will pass 4 medieval city gates, windmills, the yacht harbour, etc.
A cosy little city park just outside the centre of Bruges. Particularly a great place for children to let off steam, with a special indigenous area.
Karel de Stoutelaan 10, 8000 Brugge
This city park is well hidden, but those who like greenery and tranquillity should seek it out. For a long time, it was a monastery garden, then a private garden and now a lovely little city park.
Oude Zak 36, 8000 Brugge
King Albert I Park
This green zone is located near Bruges' train station. For almost a century, the train arrived at this very spot, but when the station was moved, the old tracks were transformed into a new city park.
Koning Albert I-laan 118, 8000 Brugge
Queen Astrid Park
This botanical park is located in the centre of the city. The beautiful pond with fountain and the romantic pavilion are surrounded by large trees. There is also a spacious playground, where children can enjoy playing.
Park, 8000 Brugge
Gunpowder Tower Park
One of the highlights of Bruges is the Lake of Love. But nearby, you have another romantic garden hidden behind the Gunpowder Tower (Poertoren). Look for the metal stairs and let them lead you to this beautiful garden.
Begijnenvest, 8000 Brugge