Ghent, a mesmerizing blend of Gothic spires, medieval alleyways, and waterway reflections, captures the essence of Belgium's historical grandeur while pulsating with a youthful and contemporary spirit. Read more

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Lying at the confluence of the rivers Scheldt and Leie, Ghent is one of Belgium's oldest cities, exuding a charm that's both timeless and vibrant. The cityscape is dominated by the towering belfry, medieval castles, and the iconic St. Bavo's Cathedral. However, Ghent is not just a relic of the past. Home to a large student population, the city hums with energy, evident in its bustling cafes, eclectic bars, and a lively arts scene. Ghent's cultural calendar is brimming with festivals, from film to music, further solidifying its reputation as a city where history and modernity coalesce seamlessly.
Ghent, with its enchanting blend of past wonders and present vivacity, promises an experience that resonates with history aficionados and modern travelers alike.

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What to do in Ghent

Gravensteen Castle

A medieval fortress in the heart of the city, Gravensteen offers a journey into Ghent's tumultuous past, complete with ramparts, moats, and panoramic views.

St. Bavo's Cathedral

Home to the world-famous Ghent Altarpiece, this cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and houses an impressive collection of religious art.

Belfry of Ghent

A UNESCO World Heritage site, this belfry not only offers sweeping city views but stands as a testament to Ghent's medieval prominence.

Graslei and Korenlei

The picturesque heart of Ghent, these historic riverbanks on the Leie are lined with stunning guild houses, cafes, and offer idyllic boat rides.

Museum of Fine Arts

Explore a rich collection of art spanning from the Middle Ages to the mid-20th century, including works by Flemish masters.

STAM - Ghent City Museum

Dive into the narrative of Ghent, from its formation to its current urban developments, through interactive exhibits and captivating visuals.


A historic district with a labyrinth of cobbled streets, brimming with charming restaurants, cafes, and boutique shops.

St. Nicholas' Church

An architectural gem from the 13th century, it's one of the city's most iconic landmarks and exemplifies Scheldt Gothic architecture.

Vrijdagmarkt (Friday Market)

A bustling square steeped in history, it hosts regular markets, is surrounded by vibrant terraces, and features a statue of Jacob van Artevelde.

Design Museum Gent

Delve into the world of design, from Art Nouveau to contemporary innovations, in this unique museum housed within an 18th-century mansion.

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In and around Ghent

Ghent (0.88 km)

Ghent is a city and a municipality in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is the capital and largest city of the East Flanders province, and the third largest in the country, exceeded in size only by Brussels and Antwerp.

Bruges (39.47 km)

Known as the "Venice of the North", Bruges is a city that tells the story of medieval Europe. Its charming canals, lumpy roofs and cobbled streets will take you back in time.

Kortrijk (41.57 km)

Nestled along the banks of the River Lys, Kortrijk, with its blend of medieval heritage and modern flair, offers a picturesque glimpse into Belgium's rich tapestry of history, culture, and artistry.

Kortrijk (41.57 km)

Nestled along the banks of the River Lys, Kortrijk, with its blend of medieval heritage and modern flair, offers a picturesque glimpse into Belgium's rich tapestry of history, culture, and artistry.

Brussels (49.5 km)

Brussels, the heart of Europe, is a city of contrasts, where history meets modernity, art meets politics and fine dining meets multicultural life.

Mechelen (50.66 km)

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