If you?d like to get a glimpse into modern Bruges, but still want to stay in a Bruges historic budget hotel accommodation which maintains the integrity of the vibrant past of this city, the De Goezeput Hotel in Bruges Belgium is just the place to book. Located in an 18th century monastery, this renovated Belgian hotel is an ideal base point for exploring the city center of Bruges which is 200 meters away and perfect for going beyond to neighboring cities for day trips. Explore Bruges at its best in just a few steps! There's no denying the charm and appeal of this wonderful Flemish city, which is why even a walk within the neighborhood of the Hotel De Goezeput in Burges will have you wondering why you?ve never visited it before. Perfect for the modern romantic, guests of this affordable quality central Bruges hotel can get all the comforts of home within the hotel and all the charm of the old world within the neighborhood. This Belgian hotel proves itself to offer a perfect mixture for the contemporary traveler seeking a quiet haven in a traditional setting. Be sure to get a seat by the modern fireplace in the De Goezeput lounge where guests can sit and relax and compare hot air balloon photos, or reminisce over the many variations of chocolates tasted on the trip. You?ve spent your day at a Bruge museum, basilica or on a walk throughout town, now sit down and enjoy the simple comforts of that only a contemporary hotel in Bruges can offer. Belgium of course is famous for its cuisine and chocolate and no visit to the country is complete without sampling some of its famous produce. Belgium is particularly known for its world class chocolate and it's the chocolate which all other standards are measured against. What makes Belgian chocolate different? The fact that even in today's automated society it is still made by hand. Scattered throughout Belgium you will find many small shops using original hand ways of producing the chocolate. These small shops are very popular with tourists visiting the country. Snacks on the go such as French fries wrapped in a paper cone and served with a huge dollop of mayonnaise is also popular in Belgium along with the famous Belgium Waffle which is often eaten as a snack from street food vendors. Another popular dish among locals is mussels and French Fries or Moules-frites (French). The city of Bruges was also famous for its lace manufacturing, some street stalls today can be still seen selling pieces of lace to visitors to the city.