God bless you everywhere and every time ... I went there and there was some services going on .. I didn't spent much time but the interior was aowsome!
About Basilica of the Holy Blood
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First you have to enter the lower chapel of Saint Basil, more sombre, then go upstairs, to the upper chapel, the Basilica of the Holy Blood.The relic of the Holy Blood is displayed each Friday, before and after the mass, to be venerated by the...More
They say that a drop of Jesus holy blood is housed inside this Basilica. Most of this church is accessible and free. From the square this is the oldest building dating back to the medieval time and it almost looks out of place in comparison....More
This is one of the places a visitor of Bruges should visit. Certainly a wonderful experience is the friday mass. In here they keep some bloodsamples of Jesus Christ. Mavellous wall paintings!
Up the winding wooden staircase and through the heavy doors, the colours and grandeur of this church invites visitors in. A significant pilgrimage site, it is believed that the precious blood of Jesus is contained here and at the times advertised downstairs, visitors can approach...More
Inside and outside is really beautiful and free to go into the majority of it. The town are especially proud of it and it's a really colourful church. As other reviews have mentioned there is a bit of pressure to give a donation when seeing...More
Ok this is a free event though there is a small 1 room museum costing €2.50. Im not catholic and it didn't matter. To view the holy blood required a donation but tgat didn't matter. The devotion of some of the patrons elevated this to...More
The church is a treat, nice stained glass windows and awesome roof. If you don't mind a few of the insensitive tourists, this is such a nice place to sit in a calm environment even for a non religious person