Aire in Brugge

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  1. Melian

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    Hi,

    Can any one tell me if there is an aire in or around Brugge ?

    Ian
     
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    Yes in next too the station short walk into Brugge centre.

    €15 p n low sesion €22 rest of year.

    With EHU

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    Brugge Aire

    Hi Mel,

    Thanks, we are thinking of going for thr xmas market,

    Ian:thumb:
     
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    Yes its nice down there with the ice rink small market nice drinks:Rofl1: but it was bloody cold last year.

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    If you want more comfort there is a campsite a little further out . A few funsters stay there .
    I am sure someone will put the name on here .
     
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    There are 37 spaces for motorhomes next to the buss park.
    The motorhome park is on two sides of the road.
     
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    The Xmas market at Brugge is quite small.:Sad: If you are staying for a few days, jump on a train into Brussels where there is a very good Xmas Market in the Grand Place. :thumb:Well worth a visit.:Wink:

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    We stayed here last week. It was a very easy walk into the old town but the services were closed. We could dump grey waste but the cassette empty point appeared to be locked. We only stayed one night-the weather was foul- so I didn't look or alternatives
    The site across the road from the bus park was a little noisy at night with traffic. The one next to the bus park may be better as its bordered by the canal.

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    I think you have to put 50cents in the service point not sure. I stayed there with two funsters but its only 25km from my home.
    So i never used the service point

    Mel
     
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    Yeah you do have to pay 50 cents to use the services. Easy walk through the park into town. We like a couple of days stopover in Brugges and always use the Aire by the canal.
     
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    Brussels really is a fab Christmas market well worth the train journey mm can taste those garlic mushrooms with crusty bread now :Smile:
     
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