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A great holiday in Bruges


The good news for tourists 28 Jun 2014 plan a visit to the West Flanders province of Belgium famous Belgian town of Bruges is a big family festival Feest in T'Park!

Feest in T'Park – one of the main events of the summer for the inhabitants of Bruges and tourists. On this day the city's Central Park becomes the festival grounds for a big family event.

Guests of the Park family festival will be able to enjoy the colorful performances, visit the real Belgian fair, to take part in different master classes and tastings. Also during the festival there will be concerts of different music groups, theatrical performances and performances of street actors.

Everyone during a holiday in Bruges will be able to try themselves in traditional crafts, learning folk dances from Belgium, India, to learn the sensual movements of the dances of the Arab countries and fiery rhythms of popular dances of the African continent.

Beer aficionados will appreciate the extensive wine tasting this intoxicating drink, during which all participants will be able not only to taste different Belgian Beers, but also to buy as many of any drink.

Gastronomic area of the Park festival Bruges will please food lovers and demanding gourmets: you will be able to try traditional Belgian dishes, learn recipes and buy unusual products, which can then prepare Belgian Goodies.

For younger visitors during Feest in T'Park will be allocated a separate entertainment area with activities and sweet treats.

Venue of the festival Feest in T'Park: Bruges Central city Park.

Event Time Park festival: 28.06.2014, 14:00-23:00.

Category: Excursions
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Date of publication: 17.06.2014

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