World War I remembrancesThe period 2014 - 2018 commemorates 100 years since World War I. Brugge-man Bed & Breakfast can be your ideal base to visit Bruges and the Ypres region.
If you have any questions or need help planning your trip, do not hesitate to contact us. Once you arrived we can help you with the practical sides of your trip.
Bruges was during WWI a garisson city, a front city, an occupied city and the centre of the German marine. Bruges was occupied on October 15th, 1914 and was liberated on October 17th, 1918.
You can use the following website to help to plan your trip :
- Flanders Fields : events
- Menin gate and the 'Last Post'
- Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917 : Passendaele
- Tyne Cot Cemetery (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)
- Museum on the Yser (IJzertoren)
- Dixmude Trenches of Death
- German war cemetery (Vladslo)
Pictures of Bruges during World War One: