My favorite places to visit while in Ghent! I enjoyed most while some are on my wish list for the next visits. Ghent is quite similar to Bruges but bigger and seems more dynamic and less touristic. Definitely a must do if you're visiting Belgium!
The Gravensteen is a medieval castle at Ghent, East Flanders in Belgium. The current castle dates to 1180 and was the residence of the Counts of Flanders until 1353. It's a nice visit for history love...
A nice restaurants that offers all you can eat pork ribs.
A nice restaurants that offers all you can eat pork ribs. Similar to Amadeus 1 but in another location.
The Saint Bavo Cathedral (also known as Sint-Baafs Cathedral) an 89 meter tall Gothic cathedral in Ghent, Belgium. It contains the well-known Ghent Altarpiece.
A nice place to enoy a waffle in the afternoon.
It is one of the few breweries to use a mix of herbs and spices, known as gruut, instead of the traditional hops. Using local herbs like mugwort, ground ivy, sweet gale, yarrow, and heather, and exoti...
De Dulle Griet is a beer drinker’s heaven. Named after the ill-fated mega cannon (Mad Margaret) that failed to protect the city in 1452, this legendary bar serves so many beers (500 in total) that it...
A unique bar decorated with an assortment of random objects. The atmosphere s unique and the beer selection is good!
Popular with locals and tourists alike, Waterhuis aan de Bierkan sits alongside the Leie and is the perfect place to while away a few hours on the terrace watching the boats and kayaks floating by (in...
A classic place if you just want to enjoy a coffee. This small, popular coffee bar and roastery was founded in 1937.
Nice pizzas with handmade bread. Perfect for a romantic dinner.
The cocktail bar in the new 1898 Post hotel. The soaring ceiling, majestic fireplace, Oriental rugs and book-lined shelves evoke a nobleman’s salon, as do drinks with ther fancy names.
A deconsecrated church that now houses a bar and more than a dozen food counters. From Japanese, Indian, Italian, Portuguese and other cuisines provide one-stop global roaming, while French and Belgia...
In a tiny alleyway in the heart of the city, a visit to this snug basement jazz bar is a must for any music lover. The beer is good and you can listen some very cool local jazz bands.
Ghent is home to possibly one of Belgium’s finest chocolatier’s: Yuzu. The brainchild of Nicolas Vanaise, the chocolates here are inspired by his love for Japanese and Middle Eastern culinary culture....
The Butchers’ Hall is the best place for finding authentic East Flemish food in Ghent. This is no small feat considering that there are more than 175 traditional regional culinary products, and the Bu...
A restaurant with one Michelin Star : High quality cooking, worth a stop!
Good store to buy coffee beans and teas.
Another nice chocolate shop.
Best place to buy honey 🍯
Nice selection of coffee beans to buy for home
Lovely big warehouse style brewery hang out. Lots of beers to try out here. Loads of seating and friendly staff to help you on your way.
Fantastic cosy authentic town bar with friendly barman. Nice old area of the town.
Good japanese ramen to try in Ghent. I really recommend to add some more toppings to the basic menu ;)