Unmissable tourist sites
Bergues Travel guide
Bergues : Michelin's recommendations
Known as the “little Bruges of the north” thanks to its canal, Bergues is a typically Flemish town, with its winding streets, huge squares and silent quays. Once a rival of Dunkirk, the town was badly damaged in 1940. However, it has been superbly rebuilt with yellow-ochre brick buildings, chapels and red tiles, which give it a simple, harmonious appearance. Since the success of the film Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis, Bergues has seen its number of visitors rise dramatically.
4, rue du Mont de Piété. F - 59380 BERGUES
A large 17th century residence, fully-renovated, at the heart of a fortified, listed village. Delightful all-year round with its tranquil paved, flowery courtyard. Local and regional culinary specialities along with a range of bourgeois-style dishes ..
4 r. Mont-de-Piété F - 59380 Bergues
26 r. Espagnole F - 59380 Bergues
Restaurant with an appealing Flemish façade and an elegant bourgeois dining room. Good simple produce takes pride of place in the generous menu of traditional fare.