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Less time in Bruges for more time in Paris?

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Hi all -- I have booked my flight and made room reservations in both Bruges and Paris for September. I'm finding that I may need another night in Paris in order to see and experience everything on my list. For those of you who have been to Bruges in recent years, maybe you can weigh in. Is 3 nights too many or about right? It will be my first stop, and I was hoping to relax, get over jet lag, and perhaps even bicycle along a canal a bit.

Due to plans after Paris, I don't have the option of adding a day at the end. Right now I have 4 nights in Paris.

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