33 Easy ways to make Ghent, Belgium more memorable
Do you love Ghent?
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You can’t really complain waking up to a sunrise like this.
You might want to consider renting a bike or even walking by foot.
Finding gorgeous squares, where nothing happens for most of the days. Just chilling.
Making your day awesome is easy with a coffee on the terrace, a leaning chair and blissful sunrise (conditions apply).
Or you could go all hippie with your coffee.
You could grab some food from literally anywhere and sit at a park and join these cool people.
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Or grab some street food.
Or become a true local and enjoy the Julientje (The queues get longer with the night).
Or sit by the canals and soak in the vibes.
You should grab an Ice cream after that meal and explore a bit more.
Enjoying the city from the top.
Running into newly wed couples.
Looking at the city with a new perspective from the canals.
Realizing how old Ghent actually is.
Checking the secret Graffiti street out.
then, running into this super cool building.
Don’t forget to remove your shoes and take a nap on the grass 😀
If you are a couple, you could be this.
Canals can be beautiful to walk by after the sunset as well.
Maybe time to find a cozy bar like this.
Most of them have important life lessons.
Try few Jenevers at Pol’s Dreupelkot.
Well, It’s hard to leave the toilets of few pubs with views like these.
You could always chill by Graslei and have some really cozy moments.
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Oh! If you thought it’s all quiet
This is Graslei during Gentse Feesten.
Don’t get too drunk, and don’t get run over by trams.
Yeah, the Belfort looks amazing in the night too.
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Ride and park your bikes safe, before you go all out for the night.
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You can end your fairy tale of a day with Overpoort (the party student street) and some Junk food 😀
Have a nice stay in Ghent.
What makes Ghent memorable to you?