Bruges food & walking holiday, Belgium
Description of Bruges food & walking holiday, Belgium
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
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PlanetOn this trip the selection goes to only boutique Guesthouses minimizing footprints of lands of the area and focus on guesthouses that are environmental friendly in design such as of wooden furniture over plastic and awareness of architectural design with a low negative impact.
- The advice will be given in regards to best ways to travel in consideration of the carbon footprint. There are several ways to travel to Bruges and with the advice that is given this is taken into consideration. To reduce further carbon footprint transportation during the trip is also carefully selected to not overuse transport when not needed. On this trip for example the focus during the trip is more on guided walks inside the city town.
- On all trips clients are informed about their best ways to travel responsibly in regards to access waste carried during travels, such as over-use of plastic bottles which can be minimized with tips info given prior to and during a programme.
PeopleWe offer the selection of a fair services trade by choosing:
- Local small guesthouses of the area
- Local guides
- Local chocolatries and small restaurants
In this way we give importance to the use of both local and small services opting for a tourism that is local, friendly and social sustainable. Mainly those that highlight the gastronomy and old history of the area. Enjoying local gastronomy and history means to truly connect and engage with such smaller local services.
Support of local culture: On the trip you will also visit small shops around to be able to get final souvenirs back home, mainly passing to those workshops that highlight on local gastronomy. Gastronomy is one of the areas wonderful highlight and gives the traveler a great experience to take a small gifted chocolate box back home.
The choice for the programmes goes for quality over quantity providing only small organized programmes given the travellers a more authentic local experience to fully engage during the trip, as does it give local guide or workshops a better way to give a quality local service.
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