Cheap hotels in St. Anna, Bruges
St. Anne's Church sits in the middle of a cobblestoned residential neighborhood, a few blocks northeast of the super-central Burg Square. The present church dates to 1624 and replaced the gothic original, built in 1581. Just a few minutes away is the Jerusalem Church, which has pretty glass windows and sits right next door to the "Kantcentrum," Bruges' popular Lace Centre and museum.
Stroll up Sint-Annarei, the lane following the canal, and get lost in the charming streets of row houses. If you head eastward toward the old town’s ring, you’ll see the 18th-century Sint-Janshuysmolen windmill hard at work.