Walk or jog along the romantic ponds, mysterious grotto, the botanical garden, the 1OO-year-old-trees, ...
Ghent,s biggest park contains some museums, the botanical garden and a children's playground
“- depending on the current exposition you can experience all kind of comtemporary arts, Belgian or international - this museum is next to your stay at my apt and you can combine your visit with a walk in the parc”
“The café of Arts Centre Vooruit Large cultural chit-chat café and eatery with an Art Deco interior; originally the heart of Ghent’s socialist movement. Cultural temple for theatre, concerts, dance and parties. Many organic and/or fair-trade products and a veggie daily special. To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Vooruit is bringing Triomf, one of its old beers, back to life. You can taste this 100% organic, highly fermented 6% vol. beer at Vooruit Café or the Vooruit shop. Cheers! ”
“This is the shopping high street of Ghent. It connects the Court of Justice to the Korenmarkt.”
“The park was constructed in art deco style with a rigid geometry. At the northern end was an art deco post office built, and the park had a bandstand.”
“The Blaarmeersen is a recreational area (100 hectares) in the Belgian city of Ghent. It is located along the Ringvaart, the Leie and the Watersportbaan. It is a green area with groves, lawns and hiking trails around a central pond with a beach and sports infrastructure. ”