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Bruges or Brussels on a Monday?

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I've been reading up on these two cities, and I'm trying to decide which to visit on a Monday, when most of the museums are closed. I'm staying in Antwerp and planning to make a daytrip to each city but the only two days I have available is a Monday and a Tuesday. Since they're daytrips, I'll be taking the train in and leaving later that day (maybe dinner time or after dinner).

Which city has more "outdoor" attractions that could pretty much fill a day? I'm more into history and architecture than art.

I know it would depend a lot on personal preference but just looking for some advice. Thanks!

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