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Ghent is a place where history breathes but where you also get your money's worth for modern entertainment. It is a friendly city where you sometimes imagine yourself in the Middle Ages, with its impressive historic buildings, authentic cobblestone roads and centuries-old churches.  And it is less touristy than Bruges. 


A city trip to Ghent is equivalent to visiting museums, extensive shopping and delicious food.

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In the summer you can go wild at the famous Gentse Feesten.  On board a boat you will explore the city center along the waterways and admire the three towers of the city: the St. Bavo's Cathedral with the world-famous Ghent Altarpiece, the Belfry with the golden dragon and the St. Nicholas Church. 


Stroll around the car-free center where you will find a mix of beautiful squares, beautiful facades, cool shopping streets, modern architecture, typical cafes, beautiful museums and numerous restaurants for eating out. 


The ghent native is known as extremely social. That makes Ghent the perfect city for a first introduction to the blissful Belgian 'way of life'.

Ghent in brief

If you like to stay in a bustling neighborhood, you're in the right place. Het Patershol and the Prinsenhof are typical small and cozy places. You can get lost here in the numerous charming alleys. 

Do you like markets? In St Jacobs you can visit a large flea market every weekend. You can have a nice drink or go out in the very cozy Vlasmarkt.

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Some ideas for your team building in Ghent:

  • Rafting

  • Puzzle Escape Games

  • Fun Quiz tours through the center

  • Bierolade tours

  • City biken

  • The Brewery Walk

  • Cruise along the most beautiful waterways

  • Vespa tour

  • Street Art tour

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