You stay in the vicinity of churches, monasteries, museums and mills, a perfect startingpoint to explore Bruges.
There's a living room with kitchenette, dining area and seating area. The bedroom has a King Auping bed (180 x 200). The bedroom opens through a sliding window on a wooden balcony. The bathroom has shower, toilet and sink.
A children chair and cot can be provided.
Despite the fact that it is located off the busy tourist area of Bruges, the Market Place and Town Hall are within easy walking distance.
From 5 May to 16 September 2018, impressive constructions of contemporary artists and architects will appear in the historic heart of the city. These are answers to the effects of the fluid society today.
Bruges Triennial 2018 | Liquid City – Vloeibare Stad will gather artists and architects from around the world in Bruges to leave their mark on the public space. The Polish-born British sociologist and philosopher Zygmunt Bauman (1925-2017) studied the globalizing society and came to the conclusion that change is constant and relentless. Long-established ideas and ways of life are coming under pressure. This globalization causes the “liquid society”, which engenders a number of threats.
A state of constant flux, driven by variation, pluralism and ambivalence can lead to uncertainty and even fear. But Bruges Triennial 2018 adopts the opposite stance as a possible beacon, a fluid city, open and involved, the engine of social, cultural and political change. Bruges as a creative melting pot where diversity leads to encounter. A seedbed for innovation in an urban context. With their artistic and architectural installations, the artists participating in Bruges Triennial 2018 | Liquid City – Vloeibare Stad create hospitable public spaces in the inner city. The temporary modifications they make to lesser-known and iconic places in the historic cityscape open up new opportunities for dialogue for residents and visitors alike.