The city of Ghent is truly the hidden treasure of Flanders and our guide will help you discover all its secrets. The heart of Ghent boasts numerous impressive medieval buildings such as the Town Hall, the Belfry Tower, the Cloth Hall, Saint-Nicolas’ church … The old harbour will be your favorite picture spot and the Castle of the Counts of Flanders will simply leave you speechless. The medieval Cathedral of Saint Bavo’s is a must-see for every visitor. Here you will find the jewel in the crown of Flemishprimitive painting, The Adoration of the Lamb (optional). At the end, you will have ample free time to discover Ghent. Guests who have some more time to spend in Belgium are advised to take, the separate discovery tours of Ghent and Bruges. In this way they can enjoy some extra leisure time in the two sister cities.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Belfry and Cloth Hall (Belfort en Lakenhalle), Ghent, East Flanders ProvinceThe 91-metre-tall belfry of Ghent is one of three medieval towers that overlook the old city centre of Ghent, Belgium, the other two belonging to Saint Bavo Cathedral and Saint Nicholas' Church.Pass By: Graslei and Korenlei, Ghent, East Flanders ProvinceAdmission is freePass By: St. Bavo's Cathedral (Sint-Baafskathedraal), Ghent, East Flanders ProvinceThe Saint Bavo Cathedral an 89-meter-tall Gothic cathedral in Ghent, Belgium. It is the seat of the diocese of Ghent, is named for Saint Bavo of Ghent, and contains the well-known Ghent AltarpiecePass By: Saint Nicholas Church, Ghent, East Flanders ProvinceSt. Nicholas' Church is one of the oldest and most prominent landmarks in Ghent, Belgium. Begun in the early 13th century as a replacement for an earlier Romanesque churchPass By: Gravensteen, Ghent, East Flanders ProvinceThe current castle dates to 1180 and was the residence of the Counts of Flanders until 1353. It was subsequently re-purposed as a court, prison, mint, and even as a cotton factory.