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The cruise port in Zebrugge is a massive commercial pier. Guests must take the shuttle bus provided, from the ship to the gate at the pier entrance. Unlike so many other locations, there is no visitor information booth at the pier or even nearby, so you must make your plans in advance. The building at the piers entrance does not have information, but it does have rest rooms if you need them. Most importantly, do not expect to find taxi’s here waiting to pick up passengers. When we arrived, all the taxis had been pre-booked, and there were no other transportation options.
First exit through the gates and turn right, along the sidewalk. Follow the main road, total walking time will be around 10- 15 minutes. You will see this church ahead on your left, so you know you are headed in the right direction. Remember you will be looking for this church when you exit the tram on your return trip to be sure you are at the correct stop.
You will be boarding the tram at the “KIRK” stop (Dutch for Church), and alighting at “BLANKENBERGE.” When you board the train, look for the ticket validation machine adjacent to the door. Insert one ticket in to the machine and press #2 to validate it. Now find a seat, and enjoy the ride. Be sure to keep your validated ticket, in the event a conductor comes by to check them.
Hopefully you will have enjoyed the charming city of Brugge.