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Ghent

by Global Guide Services
per traveller Price is £181
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Duration: 2h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English, German Offered in: English, German

Highlights

  • The three towers of Ghent: St. Nicholas Church, Belfry, St.

  • the City hall

  • St. Jakob's Church

  • Graslei and Korenlei, old harbours

  • Dulle Griet

Highlights

  • The three towers of Ghent: St. Nicholas Church, Belfry, St.

  • the City hall

  • St. Jakob's Church

  • Graslei and Korenlei, old harbours

  • Dulle Griet

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02:00 PM, Ghent Group Price in English

Duration 2h

Live commentary in English. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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02:00 PM, Ghent Group Price in German

Duration 2h

Live commentary in German. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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03:00 PM, Ghent Group Price in English

Duration 2h

Live commentary in English. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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03:00 PM, Ghent Group Price in German

Duration 2h

Live commentary in German. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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04:00 PM, Ghent Group Price in English

Duration 2h

Live commentary in English. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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04:00 PM, Ghent Group Price in German

Duration 2h

Live commentary in German. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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06:00 PM, Ghent Group Price in English

Duration 2h

Live commentary in English. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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06:00 PM, Ghent Group Price in German

Duration 2h

Live commentary in German. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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Total price is £180.83, taxes included

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08:00 AM, Ghent Group Price in English

Duration 2h

Live commentary in English. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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* Select 8 travellers to get the lowest price of £22.60

Total price is £180.83, taxes included

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08:00 AM, Ghent Group Price in German

Duration 2h

Live commentary in German. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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* Select 8 travellers to get the lowest price of £22.60

Total price is £180.83, taxes included

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09:00 AM, Ghent Group Price in English

Duration 2h

Live commentary in English. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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* Select 8 travellers to get the lowest price of £22.60

Total price is £180.83, taxes included

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09:00 AM, Ghent Group Price in German

Duration 2h

Live commentary in German. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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* Select 8 travellers to get the lowest price of £22.60

Total price is £180.83, taxes included

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10:00 AM, Ghent Group Price in English

Duration 2h

Live commentary in English. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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10:00 AM, Ghent Group Price in German

Duration 2h

Live commentary in German. Meet your guide and prepare not only to discover the main highlights of the city, but also to hear about its legends and urban myths, or the jokes its citizens make about their own town.

We will start the tour with a walk along the picturesque Graslei and Korenlei, the old harbours with medieval guild houses. Here every house has its own history and every facade is hiding some legends behind.

From the bridge you can admire the postcard panorama of the three towers: the belfry and the steeples of St. Nicolas church and St Bavo’s cathedral. The impressive Belfry and cloth hall of St Nicolas church are both on the World Heritage list, The sacred structure of St Bavo’s Cathedral is home to late-medieval treasures like the “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” (1432) by the van Eyck brothers, a milestone in art history.

Our next stop is the City hall, with its mixture from flamboyant Gothic to Renaissance styles. Don’t miss the Dulle Griet (Evil woman), a 15th century cast iron cannon, weighing more than twelve tonnes.

It’s time to admire another wonder - castle Gravensteen, an imposing fortress that used to be the residence of the count of Flanders. At the end of our walking tour, your guide will return to the Korenlei passing the Old Fish Market.

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Total price is £180.83, taxes included

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Ghent

Activity Location

Ghent

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Graslei and Korenlei

    Ghent


Description

Ghent is a postcard perfect stop on any tour of Europe. The good news is that Ghent is small enough to be discovered by foot but big enough to stay vibrant. The perfect mix between cosmopolitanism and the quiet atmosphere of a provincial town. In this 2 hours tour you will discover the history of one of the most beautiful towns in Belgium, admire the outstanding charm of its quays, churches and squares. Once a beacon of richness in Northern Europe, due to its textile trade industry with deepest roots into the Middle Ages. Not only will you learn the history of the city and its ups and downs, but also its legends, about cultural and architectural style and about today’s everyday life.

Meeting point: in Graslei and Korenlei, (another meeting point possible upon request, supplement may apply)

Duration: 2h

End location: Any central point in the city

Voucher: Printed Voucher and Mobile e-Voucher accepted

Maximum 25 participants per Guide

Inclusions

  • Local Guide who will be with your group only

  • Private guided Tour

  • Possible customising on tour with your local guide on the spot

Exclusions

  • Service charge

  • Entrance fees

Additional info

  • This walk tour suitable for any age

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • For this walk tour no transport needed

  • Activity Level: Easy

You will see

  • The three towers of Ghent: St. Nicholas Church, Belfry, St. Bavo’s Cathedral

  • the City hall

  • St. Jakob's Church

  • Graslei and Korenlei, old harbours

  • Dulle Griet

  • The castle Gravensteen, Castle of the Counts of Flanders in Ghent


Inclusions

    • Local Guide who will be with your group only
    • Private guided Tour
  • Possible customising on tour with your local guide on the spot


Exclusions

    • Service charge
  • Entrance fees


Know Before You Book

  • Central Meeting Point