Jan van Eyckplein, also known as Jan van Eyck Square, is a square located at the intersection of Academiestraat, Spiegelrei and Spanjaardstraat in Bruges, the capital and largest city of the West Flanders province in the Flemish Region of Belgium. The square is named for noted Northern Renaissance painter Jan van Eyck.
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Alessandro Pacilio | Mar 4, 2018
Touristy spot yet somehow off the beaten track. Cool opportunity for some nice pictures. Shame for the cars parked there!
David Fox | Mar 1, 2018
Quaint Square, lots of lovely buildings around it and the statue of himself. Nice breakfast cafe just on that square too.
Ross Humphries | Feb 22, 2018
It was an ok place to visit whilst walking around Brugge and seeing the sights. We walked to the boat trip and then ended up back in the square. I think one visit was enough.
Michelle Huang | Nov 17, 2017
It's one of my favorite spot fir sun set in town. I took several fantastic photos here that i csne back the following evening trying to take in more facinating images.
Caspar Bielok | Nov 2, 2017
A bigggg square with a statue in the middle. When the market isn't there, it's a bigggg empty square. The market is OK and there are some nice bars and interesting buildings.
mayank sharma | Apr 2, 2018
The square is located a few minutes walk away from the town centre and has some nice cafes around . The canal behind the square also lents a great spot to take pictures !
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