Welcome to EuroCheapo, a guide dedicated to the best cheap hotels in Bruges and throughout Europe.
We spent a week inspecting and photographing the city’s small budget hotels, B&Bs and hostels, taking note of the best deals in town. Given the city’s story-book allure and the charming quality of these hotels, we were pleasantly surprised to find how affordable they can be. Let us share...
Find your best Bruges cheap sleep
• To see hotel rates for your travel dates, do a search in the box above.
• Want to see our favorites? Click to browse through a list of our recommended budget hotels in Bruges. Know that all of our “Editor’s Picks” are central (even in this small town!), clean and inexpensive.
• To find additional ways to save on your trip to Bruges (including deals on sightseeing, cheap eats and more), check out the articles in our city guide and blog.
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