Brugge aire

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  1. monty the motorhome

    monty the motorhome Read Only Funster

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    Just come back from the aire at Bruges. Excellent site and Brillantly placed for a trip in to Bruges.

    Video of approach to aire
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    Walk round of the aire
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    Yes agree, in a great position for the town. We were on a group hotel trip but did sneak a look for future reference. Quite expensive but so convenient so you pays your money...etc...
     
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    Useful Video ,

    Found the GPS for the Aire 51.195889, 3.225581 :thumb:

    How much is it to park there please , :BigGrin:
     
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    Brugges

    From memory it was 16 euros but depending on season it is more. It's one of those that is so convenient that you may consider it worth the money. There is very little 'cheap' about Brugges. There is a camp site not far from the town certainly within easy cycling distance. If you do visit then two things to do, climb the bell tower and a trip to brewery. There's a great restaurant attached to the Brewery and a great choice of beers. Then there's the chocolate, and there's.......so much to see
     
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    It is not cheap to park at the Brugge Aire. The last time we visited it was €22 per night in high season, it drops to €15 in the winter months. Electricity is supplied as standard, but you have to pay extra to empty your cassette.

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    I don't remember paying to empty, fresh wate possibly.

    Martin
     
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    You don't have to pay to empty waste cassette. But didn't realize till I put the money in ,50cents.
     
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    Get fresh water and dump grey, over by the coach station office - you can move between aire and coach park without leaving the payment barrier. Always helpful staff.
    Beware of rock concerts in the park the other side of the main road during summer (July last year). Unbelievably load if you want to sleep before the early hours.
     
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