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Gent

...for gourmands only...

Tips for To Dos and recommended activities
  • do the boat tour through all the channels of Gent!
  • walk through the old village of Gent and taste fresh cheese, chocolate etc. in the cosy little shops
  • you'll feel like in a fairytale!

(the easiest way is to fly into Bruxelles, take a rent a car and start our Gourmand tour!)

 


Tips for where to eat and recommended restaurants

Restaurant Belga Queen

Antoine Pinto's desire to create getaway spaces which offer a gastronomic trip throughout Belgium is the foundation of the Belga Queen brasserie adventure.

In a landmark building dating from the 18th century Antoine Pinto created an establishment breaking away from the traditional brasserie, elbow-to-elbow style. Contemporary architecture and gastronomy meet each other in an amazing way.

At Belga Queen the Belgian cuisine is adapted to today's taste, lightened and given a very national touch through the addition of beer to numerous dishes.

Tips for where to sleep and recommended hotels

De Waterzooi - Gent

Kay & Christian welcome you in B&B De Waterzooi for a journey in their beautifully renovated 18th century accommodation in the heart of medieval Ghent, with a magnificent view overlooking the Gravensteen Castle ant the historical towers skyline of the city…

Your hostess serves a delicious breakfast and informs you on Ghent and her remarkable sights and places. During your stay you can hire a boat with skipper to discover Ghent and suburban on the water.

And the suites are beautifully decorated and spacious!


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