NT Gent Schouwburg
Ghent’s soaring Unesco-listed 14th-century belfry is topped by a large dragon. That’s a weathervane not a fire breather and it’s become...
St-Baafs cathedral's towering interior has some fine stained glass and an unusual combination of brick vaulting with stone tracery. A...
Ghent’s flamboyant city hall was started in 1519 but not finished till 1600 by which time it had transformed into a Renaissance-style...
Clockwork Orange style 1970s-retro lounge with beanbag seats around low luminous tables.
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St-Baafsplein 17 · interesting places nearby
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Home to Ghent’s premier theatre company. It also offers interesting ‘open rehearsals’ and workshops but naturally almost everything’s in Dutch. Its cafe-restaurant, de Foyer, has a great terrace overlooking the square.