Bruges has long been pulling in visitors with its cobbled streets, crooked bridges, meandering canals and World Heritage site medieval buildings – it’s so pretty that it’s almost too good to be true. But after the black comedy In Bruges showed a more edgy side of the city (complete with hit men, dwarves, shoot-outs and all), the city started to attract a whole new group of visitors. And quite rightly too, as Bruges’ charming streets, fantastic beers, boutique chocolate-makers and canalside bars are well worth a visit.
My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was.
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