What is more lovely about traveling throughout Europe than seeing the amazing Catholic cathedrals and churches. The Holy Savior Cathedral in Bruges is the oldest church in the Venice of the North. The earliest traces of the cathedral of Saint Saviour bring us back to the 10th century. One of the first sights you’ll see while coming to Brugge, if you approach from the train station. Dominant and overlooking.
Bruges’ church has amongst its treasures a rood loft with an organ, medieval tombs, Brussels tapestries and the treasure-chamber displays a rich collection of paintings by many Flemish primitives. Go through the chapel of the Holy Sacrament. This has become a place of prayer even during the week. The serenity that emanates from this chapel invites believers or non-believers to a moment of prayer, of contemplation or of silence.
This is one of the few tourtist attractions in Bruges that is free. Vast is the only word to describe this place of worship with stupendous stained glass windows behind the pulpit area. Its visit is a must while being in Bruges. This is one of most impressive spiritual places in Brugges which you should visit.