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Streets & squares

+5 min
Albert I statue

Albert I statue

The third king of Belgium has a park named after him in Ghent, the Koning Albertpark. However, this name is not well-known, ...

Museums & Art

+1 h
Alijn House

Alijn House

When you enter the splendid indoor garden of this former place of worship, it seems as if you have left the city. Inside ...

Nature

+30 min
Apple Brigde Park

Apple Brigde Park

This tiny park dates back to the end of the 19th century, when the Houtlei watercourse was filled in. Once a canal that ...

Churches & Religious Heritage

+30 min
Augustine Monastery

Augustine Monastery

The home of the Augustines was founded in 1296 when the Bishop of Tournai gave these preachers permission to build a monastery. ...

Monuments & Landmarks

+10 min
Aula

Aula

Eight Corinthian pillars crowned with a triangular pediment. The auditorium hosts proclamations, during which degrees and ...

Streets & squares

+30 min
Bandstand (Kouter)

Bandstand (Kouter)

Bandstand, built in 1878, is a 19th kiosk/arbor that reminds a music scene. In the 19th there were 6 kiosk, while today ...

Churches & Religious Heritage

+15 min
Baudelo abbey

Baudelo abbey

In the 13th century, the Cistercian sisters from Sinaai (in the Waasland region) had a refuge here. In the 16th century, ...

Nature

+30 min
Baudelopark

Baudelopark

 The town council would like even more greenery in the city. Near St James’ Church, an entire street has been ...

Monuments & Landmarks

+1 h 30 min
Belfry of Ghent

Belfry of Ghent

The belfry of Ghent is one of three medieval towers that overlook the old city centre of Ghent, and at 91 m it is the tallest ...

Shopping

+1 h 30 min
Bicycle Market (Reep)  ...

Bicycle Market (Reep) ...

Bicycle or Cycling market takes place on Sunday mornings. Bicycle market is a second hand bicycles market.