Triennial Bruges is completely free of charge!



Triennial Bruges tends to be accessible for anyone. Wheelchair accessibility is listed here.

The Bruges triennial strives for maximum and easy access for people with disabilities.
Accessibility for wheelchair users is provided using ramps where possible.
Guide dogs are allowed access to all triennial locations.


Public toilets along the route:
Wheelchair accessible: Halls Belfort (courtyard), Coach park Bargeplein, Congrescentrum Oud Sint-Jan, underground carpark ’t Zand (main entrance, corner Concertgebouw), Historium Markt
Not wheelchair accessible: Minnewater, Brugse Vrije, Station

Temporary toilets:
Wheelchair accessible: site Pakhuizen
Not wheelchair accessible: Canal Swimmer’s Club, Sint-Annarei – Potterierei


Tip: Park free of charge and without a time limit on the edge of the city or in a Park & Ride area. From there, you can easily reach the centre on foot, by bike or by bus.
There are car parks at the station and in the centre. Surface parking is either metered or uses the blue disk system.
More information at www.brugge.be/parkeren-2 or from info points.