Start the episode with Torrego showing all the different chocolates from the store MARZIPAN & NOUGASHOP by Brown Sugar.
We continue with a mini clip of the Brugge canals, which can be used to visit the city, walk all the main streets and of course make a beautiful view not to miss the opportunity to come and get to know.

Also refers to Don Quixote de la Mancha, because it shows a mill that reminds us of the story written by the Spanish Miguel de Cervantes.
Very briefly, it is Alonso Quijano is a poor knight of La Mancha who from reading novels of cavalry to go crazy and think that he was a knight, naming himself as Don Quixote. His intentions are to help the poor and disadvantaged and to reach the love of the supposed Dulcinea of the Toboso, who in fact is a peasant called Aldonza Lorenzo. The first exit is made by himself, but he returns home in a short time and decides to name Sancho Panza, an employee of him, a squire. Together, they make the second exit, where they live more than one adventure … (

Then we continue with Salvador Dalí “Every morning when I wake up, I feel an exquisite sense of joy- the joy of being Salvador Dalí. And I ask myself, in a sort of rapture what a wonderful thing will he create today, this Salvador Dalí” –Marquis de Pubol.

We continue with the restaurant of Maria Van Bourgondië, where the staff of ESTOTV talks to the chef not only to show them the best of their menu but to take them on a tour of the various facilities of the restaurant that dates from 1997 and the bistro since 2016.
The hotel belongs to his father and his sister works as receptionist, the chef told us that this was actually built in the medieval times. A place without doubt approved by Torrego to go eat and drink and enjoy the incredible and cozy fireplace.

Brugge or Witches is recognized as the Venice of the North by its large number of beautiful canals that run through the city (a mini cruise through these canals lasts about 45 minutes). The city of Brugges was founded in the 11th century, has a population of approximately 120,000 inhabitants and receives about 3 million travelers per year. Their native language is mainly Flemish or Dutch. Its historical center was declared Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO in 2000.
Brugges is a city with a past historical present, but open to modern times, is a combination of neo-gothic colors with bright colors, parks mills are very common in that, not only for the mills themselves but also because their green areas they do a perfect place for an afternoon picnic and rest, hence the constant mention of Don Quixote in the episode, the Kruisvest mills located north of the city are among the most famous, some of them still in operation. It is much easier for tourists to approach and try to understand how they work, you can observe their mechanism closely and enjoy the smell of ground wheat along with the scent of the old wooden boards that support them.
Other emblematic attractions of the city are, in addition to the chocolates, Belgian beers, one of the most recognized in the world. Of its great attractions are also the canals.
Brugges generally looks like a mysterious town that it could be says have been drawn from fairy tales, perfect for lovers of art and beauty and of course for the romantics.

Its most visited attraction is possibly the Church of Our Lady, which also turns out to be the second tallest brick building in the world, measuring about 122 meters.
The Groeninge Museum is the most prestigious art gallery in the city, where the main collections are dedicated to Renaissance and surrealist artists. Of course in museums there is also the Choco-Story, which is dedicated to one of the greatest Belgian specialties… the chocolate!.

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