Located in the heart of Ghent, this romantic hotel is steps from St. Michael's Church and School of Yesteryear. Design Museum Ghent and St. Michael's Bridge are also within 5 minutes.
Located in the heart of Ghent, this spa hotel is within a 5-minute walk of School of Yesteryear, St. Michael's Church, and Monastery of the Carmelite Fathers. Design Museum Ghent and St. Michael's Bridge are also within 5 minutes.
Located in the heart of Ghent, this hotel is steps from Design Museum Ghent, Grasbrug, and School of Yesteryear. Great Butchers' Hall and Old Fish Market are also within 5 minutes.
Located in the heart of Ghent, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Ghent Town Hall, Court of Ryhove, and Graffiti Street. Achtersikkel and Ghent Christmas Market are also within 5 minutes.
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This destination is situated about 30 miles northwest of the national capital of Brussels. It's also 6 miles south of Evergem.
Laugh, play and be amazed at Van Eyck Swimming Pool and Pretland Gent, two great attractions for the whole family.
Gardeners and conservationists can discover local and exotic flora at the Ghent University Botanical Garden and World of Kina: The Garden.
Pack a picnic hamper and take it easy for a while in the leafy, green surroundings of Citadel Park and Muink Park. You'll also find plenty of room to laze about at Bijgaarde Park and Baudelo Park.
There's nothing quite like a day spent out among nature to recharge a travel-weary soul. When you feel the urge to escape the hustle and bustle, head over to Bourgoyen-Ossemeersen Nature Reserve.
See the world in a new light with a trip to one of the area's educational cultural spaces. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the displays at House of Alijn and the City Museum for Contemporary Art. The STAM Ghent City Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts are also well worth a visit.
Study intriguing gadgets and learn about scientific discoveries at the Museum for the History of Sciences.
If you're looking for art and design, step inside some of the local gallery spaces. Fascinating objects and collections await at Frank Steyaert Gallery and Museum, the Caermersklooster Provincial Centre of Art and Culture and Beukenhof.
Even if you were never a history nerd, you'll still enjoy taking a trip back in time at the St. Peter's Abbey or the Arnold Vander Haeghen Museum.
To learn about the area's rich and colorful past, pay a visit to at least one of its many remaining historical sites. Begin your local history tour at the Ghent University or Gravensteen Castle. When it comes to bygone times, the stories are countless. Ghent Town Hall and Belfry of Ghent are also great places to check out.
St. Michael's Bridge and Grasbrug are impressive examples of engineering ingenuity that will stand strong for generations to come.
Take a peek into the lives of some of the area's elite families when you visit the marvelous grounds of Episcopal Palace.
There's a rich history stored within the walls of the area's castles and fortresses. You don't have to be a knight in shining armor to be taken by Castle of Gerald the Devil.
Whether you think of yourself as spiritual or not, you're sure to enjoy a trip to St. Nicholas' Church and Saint Bavo Cathedral. If you'd like to see more religious sites, keep an eye out for tours at St. James' Church and the Old Abbey of Drongen.
At the center of most city squares you'll find some sort of monument or fountain, but it is the history of each space and the characters that inhabit them that make them really special. While exploring by foot, make sure you take a stroll through Friday Market Square and Korenmarkt Square. Achtersikkel and St. Peter's Square are also held dearly in the heart and soul of the locals.
As you wander about, you will find there are various interesting monuments and memorials in Ghent. If you are interested in in learning about the area's history, stop in at Law Courts and Big Cannon. If you'd like to continue your journey down memory lane, you could also have a look at Graffiti Street and the Statue of Jacob van Artevelde.
Make the most out of this area's reputation as a great place to shop. Add to your wardrobe, stock up on groceries or just enjoy the atmosphere at Langemunt Shopping Center and the Old Fish Market. The Great Butchers' Hall and Ghent South Shopping Center are also lots of fun to stop by.
Flanders Expo and the Bijloke Music Center regularly attract travelers that enjoy the arts. The University Auditorium and the Flemish Opera Ghent are also popular spots for local and touring performers.
After visiting all the premier tourist attractions in the Ghent area, visit Glass Alley, the CAMPO Theatre or the Kopergietery Theatre.
Ghent offers hotel rooms, suites and apartments to suit people from all walks of life. Via Expedia's booking guide, visitors can take their pick from 49 Ghent hotel listings.
Hotel Verhaegen at Oude Houtlei 110, and the Hotel Harmony, at Kraanlei 37 are a couple of examples of the more upscale hotels in Ghent. Alternatively, The Boutique Hotel Onderbergen, at Onderbergen 65, and the Chateaubriand, at Doornzeledries 9, are two accommodations worth looking into if you're traveling on a budget.