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List of events in Bruges 2022

List of events in Bruges 2022

Visit:Walk in Bruges – Your private guide in Bruges Belgium is experiencing the omicron wave of the Covid pandemic at the start of 2022. Tourists are welcome but travel rules change regularly. All rules concerning entering Belgium are listed and updated on this website. For many indoor activities the CST or Covid Safe ticket is … Lees verder

Paris, november 2021.

Paris, november 2021.

Checking my blogs I realise 5 years have passed since my last visit to Paris so time really flies. The last two years we did not travel a lot, so when my husband was asked to speak at a conference in Paris, we immediately jumped to the occasion to make a trip out of it. … Lees verder

Sneak preview of the Bruges Triennial 2021 – TraumA

Sneak preview of the Bruges Triennial 2021 – TraumA

This summer Bruges becomes even more attractive hosting the Triennial Bruges 2021, that places contemporary art and architecture in dialogue with the medieval city. The Triennial runs from May 8th to October 24th 2021 and brings local and international artists together in one large outdoor exhibition. So no excuse for modern art lovers for skipping … Lees verder

Picknicken in Brugge.

Picknicken in Brugge.

Bezoek: Walk in Bruges, Je privégids in Brugge Op een zonnige dag is picknicken één van de leukste dingen om te doen. En waarom een bezoek aan Brugge niet combineren met een picknick op een mooie groene plek in de stad. En die mooie plekken zijn er zeker. Dit jaar heeft de stad Brugge zelfs … Lees verder

Van Eyck in Bruges

Van Eyck in Bruges

Visit Walk in Bruges – Your private guide in Bruges The museum reopened again on May 18th, the exhibiton has been extended till September 6th. You need to make reservations before your visit on the website of Musea Brugge. You have probably heard about the great Van Eyck exhibition in the MSK in Gent this … Lees verder

Four days in Alghero, Sardinia

Four days in Alghero, Sardinia

My husband had been invited to a conference in Alghero, Sardinia and I decided to join him. It was for us a trip down memory lane. Thirty years ago we had visited Sardinia together as uni-students. We remembered Sardinia as a quiet island, where tourism had only reached some of the coastal areas. In villages … Lees verder