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Gastropub
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“Great food, great drinks. Used to be a slaughterhouse and has maintained that specific interior.”
  • Yerel halktan 20 kişi öneriyor
Kahve Dükkanı
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“In my honest opinion (and I know a lot of locals will affirm): THE BEST COFFEE IN GHENT! I owe Labath a big thank you for teaching me to appreciate coffee in all its forms. ”
  • Yerel halktan 27 kişi öneriyor
History Museum
“Great museum on everyday life throughout the years. Maybe not for English speakers but if you understand Dutch this small museum will be a very pleasant surprise. Take a photo in the cool photobooth!”
  • Yerel halktan 14 kişi öneriyor
Bira Barı
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“Belgians are very proud of their beer. Taste and enjoy the best that Belgium has to offer. Choose from more than 300 types.”
  • Yerel halktan 21 kişi öneriyor
Science Museum
“A museum in Belgium’s oldest psychiatric hospital, built in 1857: you’d be crazy not to pay it a visit. In this wonderful oasis you will find a permanent collection that illustrates the history of psychiatry and an international collection of outsider art or art brut. The temporary exhibitions are also always worth visiting.”
  • Yerel halktan 13 kişi öneriyor
Caz Kulübü
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“This nice little bar is quite popular with locals, and with good reason. A very good selection of wines, served by bartenders who know what they’re talking about. ”
  • Yerel halktan 17 kişi öneriyor
Kafe
“Hotsy Totsy has jazz in its veins and it shows. The charming 20s interior of the corner café alone attests to an illustrious past: booths covered in lush fabrics, dimmed lights hanging low and lots of dark wood. It’s no wonder Flemish author Hugo Claus chose to introduce the world to his magnum opus The Sorrow of Belgium in this particularly atmospheric nook of Ghent. Today the artist café is still a go-to for long talks, poetry readings, live jazz, blues, and even swing parties on Sundays. Lazy evenings are well-spent playing pool or scrabble with friends.”
  • Yerel halktan 23 kişi öneriyor
Place of Worship
“If you walk into the garden, it has the most amazing orchard where you can sit and enjoy the sun!”
  • Yerel halktan 17 kişi öneriyor
Belçika Restoranı
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“the best in the high end segment. Must-do if you’re a foodie. Make a reservation.”
  • Yerel halktan 23 kişi öneriyor
Fırın
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“Himschoot is the oldest bakery around. More than just a piece of Ghent's history, the bakery never fails to deliver delicious treats. It is a great stop for all of the classics. ”
  • Yerel halktan 20 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“If you want to eat a bit more fancy go to Volta... :) OR if you like to drink a cocktail, they have a beautiful bar upstairs... Enjoy!”
  • Yerel halktan 22 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“a personal favourite of Asian influenced (Thai mostly) modern cuisine. medium priced, so this is a more affordable option for an intimate dinner. ”
  • Yerel halktan 11 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“For the juiciest burgers you have to go to Uncle Babe's Burger Bar at the Sluizeken. The new American neighbor of Simon Says and Villa Bardon makes everything themselves. Burgers, ketchup, crispy onion rings and fries. Not hungry? Order a delicious cocktail or an American beer at the bar.”
  • Yerel halktan 17 kişi öneriyor
Barbekü Mekanı
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“An excellent and cosy place for all you can eat spare ribs! Also in the most authentic part of Ghent.”
  • Yerel halktan 17 kişi öneriyor
Pub
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“My personal favorite one! This is a real local thing. Families from here go there, older people, artists...A great mixture. You can go and eat something, or drink something or go and read a paper or work on the laptop. Very open for everyone and everything. Not a lot of choice of the menu but really nice honest food. They also have a lovely veggy dish every day. Simple place but with a big heart.”
  • Yerel halktan 15 kişi öneriyor
Entertainment
“The MIAT is the place to go if you want to learn about the history of industry in Ghent. The museum is set in a former mill-building (what better place to learn about industry in Belgium) and covers five floors. Whilst travelling through 250 years worth of industry, you will see and learn about plenty of machinery, which is even still operated on certain days of the week. It is deafeningly loud but luckily earplugs are provided! As an added bonus, there are great views of the city from the building’s top floor.”
  • Yerel halktan 15 kişi öneriyor