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The countdown to the 2018 Bruges Triennial has begun! From May 5th to September 16th, the three-yearly contemporary arts trail will transform the city into a ‘walkable gallery’ based on the theme ‘Liquid City’. It provides a rare opportunity to witness surprising art installations and impressive architectural creations by international artists throughout the public spaces in the historic heart of this medieval city (visit triennalebrugge.be).
Getting lost in Bruges is almost impossible, but the only map you might need is the city’s new Local Love map (visitbruges.be/en/locallove). Showing a fine selection of hidden gems, you can visit off-the-beaten-track spots popular with locals. Shops with a ‘Local Love’ label are unique and authentic with delightful original gifts and goods.
You simply can’t have the full Bruges experience, however, without a visit to one of the many tea shops and coffee bars. Or why not visit the city’s traditional beer cafes?