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Best things to do in Arrondissement of Ghent

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Castle
“Not so many cities of these days have a castle from the Middle Ages in their center..... we have :)”
67local recommendations
Bar
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“The café of Arts Centre Vooruit Large cultural chit-chat café and eatery with an Art Deco interior; originally the heart of Ghent’s socialist movement. Cultural temple for theatre, concerts, dance and parties. Many organic and/or fair-trade products and a veggie daily special. To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Vooruit is bringing Triomf, one of its old beers, back to life. You can taste this 100% organic, highly fermented 6% vol. beer at Vooruit Café or the Vooruit shop. Cheers! ”
85local recommendations
Nightclub
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“The epicentre of the Ghent nightlife scene; the place to dance the night away during the weekend; often free performances.”
53local recommendations
Plaza
“the atmosphere is great, it is full of good restaurants and you have a nice view over the water”
63local recommendations
Art Museum
“My favorite museum in town! The extensive collection shows design from the Middle Ages until now and its impact on daily life. Also the temporary expositions are often worth a visit. ”
40local recommendations
Cocktail Bar
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“A menu full of dishes from around the world, an astonishing interior and amazing atmosphere: Mosquito Coast has it all! Their terrace on the backside is a really nice place in the very center of the city, but away from the crowd. ! Their mojito's and sangria are dangerously delicious !”
41local recommendations
Historic Site
“The Belfry is one of the 3 towers that defines the skyline of Gent. During a visit, you'll discover its history and ends all the way up for an amazing view over the city.”
27local recommendations
Shopping Plaza
“This is the shopping high street of Ghent. It connects the Court of Justice to the Korenmarkt.”
33local recommendations
Sublocality Level 1
“Seeing Ghent as it used to be, near het Gravensteen, about 500-1000 years ago”
45local recommendations
Breakfast Spot
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“Sip a coffee in a multicultural neighbourhood. Trendy coffee bar in a beautiful building dating from 1904. The eye catchers are Panamarenko’s golden murals while the coffee is roasted by the eccentric artist’s wife.”
39local recommendations
Jazz Club
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“Hidden bar only accessible through a long, narrow alley - great place for Belgian beers and live jazz music!”
37local recommendations
Cocktail Bar
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“Speakeasy with a quirky touch. Timeless cocktailbar. A weekly changing drinksmenu. Ask for your favourite classic or allow yourself to be pleasantly surprised with a mix of homemade products.”
45local recommendations
Bistro
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“Beautiful venue of a renovated old packing house. Great selection of Belgian kitchen perfectly prepared.”
24local recommendations
Cafe
“Small movietheatre with movies of the more alternative moviescene. Nice bar also with good bites. ”
26local recommendations
Pie Shop
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“One for the sweet tooths! A place dedicated to pies. Try the white chocolate cheesecake, our favourite! ”
34local recommendations
Premise
“Because the Ghent Altar piece is there... pretty much the reason why a lot of people even come to Belgium in the first place, aside of chocolate and beer :) ”
24local recommendations