Triennial Bruges is completely free of charge!
The Triennial is readily accessible by public transport, car and bicycle.
There are many direct trains to Bruges daily, departing from Brussels National Airport, Antwerp, Ghent, Hasselt and Brussels. Information and timetables: www.nmbs.be.
The train station and station square are venues for Triennial artworks. The nearest artworks from there are a 5 to 10 minute walk into town.
There is a bus from the train station to the centre every 5 minutes.
Every 10 minutes, there is a bus to and from the Spaanse Pakhuizen, the northernmost point of the Triennial route: Line 4 (Gistfabriek stop) and Line 14 (Komvest stop).
Tickets and information: www.delijn.be, the Lijnwinkel on the station square and the Information Office
on ’t Zand.
Bruges is located along the E40, an hour’s drive from Brussels.
The speed limit in the city is 30 km/h.
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.
The bicycle is the perfect way to get around Bruges: the distance from north to south is 3 km and from east to west is 2 km. You can rent a bicycle at the station and from various outlets in the centre. More information at https://bezoekers.brugge.be/fietsverhuurpunten.