Bruges and the Coast

The monthly Agenda Brugge, available in English, gives details of all events in the city; you can get a copy at the tourist office. Listings for events and movie screenings are also published in the local Flemish newspaper Exit, available at bookstores and in the public library. Movies are invariably screened in their original language with Flemish subtitles, and there are plenty of English-language films on the local screens. The

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  • 1. Concertgebouw Brugge

    What has long been the center of the city's cultural scene, putting on music, dance, and theater shows throughout the year, has now added another...

    What has long been the center of the city's cultural scene, putting on music, dance, and theater shows throughout the year, has now added another string to its bow: guided tours (from €12). It offers the chance to go behind the scenes, visiting the dressing rooms and the practice studio, and get a good grounding in the acoustics of architecture.

    't Zand 34, Bruges, Flanders, 8000, Belgium
    050-476--999
  • 2. Kursaal

    Concerts of all kinds, from classical to rock, pop, and jazz, draw crowds from far away to the 1,700-seat hall at the Kursaal....

    Concerts of all kinds, from classical to rock, pop, and jazz, draw crowds from far away to the 1,700-seat hall at the Kursaal.

    Kursaal-Westhelling 12, Oostende, Flanders, 8400, Belgium
    059-295–050

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