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Brugge or Ghent?

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I would appreciate any advice on which to stay in. We are travelling there on March 10, only three nights, leaving on the 13th, and wish to just walk around and take in the sights. We will be flying into Brussels and then leaving from Frankfurt on the 14th, so overnighting in Frankfurt before coming home.
I had heard that Ghent was better, and being closer to both airports by train thought it might be the better option and just do a day trip to Brugge from Ghent by train.

But now others are saying they did not like Ghent at all, and to stay in Brugge the entire time.
Any direction would be great.

This is just a very small part of our 6 week holiday, we are two women in our 60s and will just be looking at the sights and wandering the towns, maybe some museums.
Thank you.

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