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Our apartments are located right in city centre and right across the Opera House.

A two minute walk and you are standing between two of the iconic church towers of Ghent.



By train

Ghent has two railway stations; Gent Sint-Pieters and Gent Dampoort. 

From all Belgian cities there are train connections to the main station Gent Sint-Pieters. From Sint-Pieters there is also a direct line to Zaventem Airport.

From Gent Sint-Pieters it is about a 15 minute walk or a 6 minute tram drive! (line 1 direction 'Wondelgem', tram stop 'Savaanstraat')

By car

Ghent is easy to reach by car. It is only 45 minutes away from Bruges and Brussels and just under an hour drive from Antwerp. 
Two European motorways (E17 and E40) intersect in Ghent. On the E17, take the exit “Gent Centrum”.

There are 3 big car parks less than one minute on foot away:

- Kouter (Kouter, 9000 Gent)

- Centerparking (Korte Meer 22/B, 9000 Gent)

- Savaanstraat (Savaanstraat 13, 9000 Gent)


You also can park your car free of charge at the edge of the city. The city centre is also designated as a low emission zone (LEZ) 

By tram/bus

The city provides an extensive network of tram and bus lines. From early in the morning to late at night, buses and trams take you to every possible destination in and around Ghent. 

Tram line 1 departs from the main station Gent-Sint-Pieters to the city centre every 10 minutes. 
The city centre can also easily be reached from the station Gent-Dampoort. The following buses frequently drive into the city: 3, 17, 18, 38, 39 (stop “Korenmarkt”). 


This beautiful historical city offers numerous of opportunities for young and old. It is a nice place to hang out without having the feeling that it is packed. The green and stubborn nature of the city is characterised by an interesting range of museums, shops, bars and restaurants.​

As a host, I'm happy to help you figure out the "to do's" and "not-to-do's" in our city. So don't hesitate to contact me or address me in the bar downstairs. 

Some recommendations:

  • A tour with the boats offers a nice overview of the historic part of the city. It is in my opinion, the perfect start to explore the city. For a 40-minute tour, you pay 8.5 EUR p.p. (including guide). Departure takes place at the cosy café "Waterhuis aan de bierkant", where you can enjoy a drink afterwards. Walking distance: 3 min

  • ​The Belfort is the ideal combination for a powerful workout with a panoramic view. Walking distance: 3 min

  • Het Patershol is definitely worth a visit; a historic district from the Middle Ages where you can walk, eat out or have a good beer. A perfect place for a romantic night out. Walking distance: 6 min 

  • If you are a beer lover, you should definitely visit café "De dulle griet". You can choose from over 500 beers. It is always pleasantly busy and you will meet locals and students alongside other tourists. It is also located at a beautiful square named "de Vrijdagsmarkt". Walking distance: 5 min

  • The tourist office is located at the beautiful "Castle of Counts", (het Gravenkasteel). There you will find all up-to-date information regarding events, activities, sights, brochures, guides, etc. ... Walking distance: 4 min

  • Do you feel like 'to start ride a horse' experience in the green outskirts of Ghent? As an experienced rider, I like to share my passion for horses and let you experience how nice horseback riding is.


Where to eat out

Please tell me about your taste and the budget you want to spend 

and I will help you have an unforgettable evening/dinner!

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