Also known as the 'Love Lake'. Surrounded by a park and has a terrace facing the lake for the perfect view.
This promenade is perfect for a nice walk by one of the city's canals and it gives you a chance to gaze at the city from a particularly…
This quay at the left river bank in the heart of Ghent represents one of the main social hubs of the city.
Named after the leather workers whose guild used to be here. Also called “The Fish Market”.
Hidden maze of tiny medieval streets and courtyards is perfect for strolling and discovering hidden passageways and alleys.
The Geeraard de Duivelsteen is a 13th century gothic architecture building in Ghent, Belgium.
The name says it all - this alley is a popular target for young graffiti artists. The street never stays the same for long.
Waterfront promenade leading through the historical parts of the city. Just walk along the canal and enjoy the spectacular scenery.
The Holy Corner is the English name for the Oud begijnhof or Old Saint Elisabeth beguinage in Ghent, Belgium.
This square has been a popular meeting and shopping place since the Middle Ages. Stroll around and enjoy its bustle.
The Dulle Griet is a medieval large-calibre gun founded in Mons. Three cannons were founded: one resides now in Edinburgh and is called …
The main shopping street in Ghent with all the brands you would expect. Perfect for shopping as well as just wandering around.
This main shopping street in Antwerp connects the City Hall and the Central Station. It is an ideal place for every shopaholic.
The Hospital of St. John was a medieval hospital in Bruges. It was founded in the mid-12th century.
The Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst is a relatively new museum located in Ghent, Belgium, and is renowned both for its permanent…
This peaceful square brings together so many diverse building styles! If you are around, definitely stop by here.
Even though considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Belgium, Ghent is not overcrowded with tourists and it still retains an…
The seat of the Vooruit cooperative (now Bond Moyson) is an Art Noveau masterpiece that should not be missed by architecture connoisseurs.
This Red-brick complex was built in 16th century for the purpose of women religious commune. The peculiar courtyard is open to the public.
A complex of several houses that serves seniors to this day. Accompanied by a chapel and a soothing garden.
The City Hall of Leuven, Belgium, is a landmark building on that city's Grote Markt square, across from the monumental St. Peter's Church.