The stadhuis’s western end morphs into the strangely invisible Heilig-Bloedbasiliek. The basilica takes its name from a phial supposedly...
The gothic hall's polychromatic ceiling almost drips with medieval carvings, and murals depicting the town's history add to the room's...
Smaller but arguably more impressive than the Markt is the adjoining Burg. For more than five centuries the former palace on this...
Modernist café with weather-worn terrace tables right at the waterside – where a canal dead-ends beside a Buddha-head fountain. Access...
Managed by Arthies, an interior designer who looks like a dashingly Gothic Billy Connolly. He uses a projected clock, giant black flower...
Garre 1 · interesting places nearby
De Garre information
Try their very own and fabulous Garre draught beer, which comes with a thick floral head in a glass that’s almost a brandy balloon; they'll only serve you three of these due to the head-spinning 11% alcohol percentage. The hidden two-floor estaminet (tavern) also stocks dozens of other fine Belgian brews, including remarkable Struise Pannepot (€3.50).