Travel by train from Brussels to Bruges, on the rail byways of Belgium to explore a country with a mix of classical and modern landscapes, ancient towns and cities from the unique perspective of the railway carriage. The beauty of Belgium speed by on this spectacular railway journey, starting in the capital city of Brussels, the trains twists its way through the rural spread of such hamlets as Hansbeke, Maria-Aalter, and Oostkamp. After a brief taste of culture, the voyage rambles toward the windswept short of the North Sea region of the country. From here, the complex tramway of the Vicinal takes adventurers to the final port of call in the ancient town of Bruges. Found across the canal from the city of Zeebrugge, today Bruges is one of the best-preserved medieval centres found in Europe. Filmed over twenty years ago and now available on video for the first time, the series of European Railway Journeys films explores the many varied cultures and countries across Europe, travelling by train which gives a different perspective to the cities and towns visited on the way. Stunning scenery, breathtaking architecture and beautiful landscapes combine to give the viewer a unique travel experience.