Saint-Salvator Cathedral is the cathedral of the city of Bruges, Belgium. The cathedral dates back to the 10th century and was a parish church until the 19th century when it was granted cathedral status. The cathedral has a Neo-Romanesque style and is one of the few buildings in Bruges that has survived the times without being damaged or destroyed. Although it has been improved over the years and renovations have taken place to make it the well-kept cathedral you see today. The cathedral has beautiful stained glass windows and many Flemish artworks inside its walls.
If travelling by car, there is the main parking garage a 10-minute walk away from the cathedral. If travelling by bus, take the 2, 3, 4, 13, 14, 14, 88 or 90 to ‘Brugge Sint-Salvatorskerk’. The cathedral is a short walk away from most city centre sights.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open to visitors every day of the week, it operates a schedule of 10am-1pm with an hours closure before reopening for the afternoon 2-5.30pm. At weekends these times vary a little with Saturday having an earlier closure and Sunday opening later.