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The carriage tour starts at Markt square, and it comes back to the same place. It costs 50 euros for 30 min. If you would like an English tour, it is for an additional tip. We enjoyed it very much, we would not go that...More
We were well prepared to pay €50 for this luxury but we ended up being put off the idea before we had the chance. There was no signs anywhere in the city telling you where to go to be picked up for a new tour...More
Its a fun and cheezy thing to do, but we loved it. Yeah, its probably overpriced at €50, but we were on vacation and had not done a carriage ride in years. Informative drivers and beautiful scenery of Bruges make the tour worth while. No...More
The carriage ride itself was really good, but go into it assuming you need to tip - I’m glad we knew in advance. There was a stroppy older male driver who was quite forcefully asking for a tip from a poor couple next to us,...More
Visited Bruges with my daughter and two grandchildren 11 and 12. Already planned that we would go on horse ride and knew this would be €50. Stepped onto No 7 and man was welcoming but said we could CHOOSE to tip at the end...service for...More
This Man number 7 carriage appeared ok at first. Paid 50 Euro for the trip which consists of a break. When a tip wasn’t given he turned nasty, would not take a photo for me and swore at us. It was an absolute disgrace and...More
Experience what’s it’s like to sit on a horse-drawn carriage through a medieval town with its cobbled stone. The running commentary re-lived it’s history. However, it can be too fast and soft at times. The cost of 50 Euro may be too pricey.
The cost is€50 for up to five people and the tour last 30 mins. The trip is nice and for a family is not cheap, but it is memorable. I think this trip is made or broken by the guide. We had a lovely lady...More
I don't see why they would not allow that. But keep in mind the first half of the ride is only about 15 min long then they stop for about 10 minutes to feed and water the horse. Then the ride is about another 15 minutes... More
I don't see why they would not allow that. But keep in mind the first half of the ride is only about 15 min long then they stop for about 10 minutes to feed and water the horse. Then the ride is about another 15 minutes back.