Ghent’s flamboyant city hall was started in 1519 but not finished till 1600, by which time it had transformed into a Renaissance-style...
Statue of Jacob van Artevelde
Statue of Jacob van Artevelde, Ghent's 14th-century anti-French leader.
Once the city’s forum for public meetings and executions, this large square is named for the Friday market (still held). Tempting cafés ...
Lively kitsch-overloaded cafe-bar with Barbie lamps, 1970s wallpaper and ample plastic fruit.
Tasty World (central)
Graffiti is positively encouraged as an art form in this tiny central alley, known locally as Graffitistraatje.