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Castle of the Counts

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Ghent all in: experience Ghent to the full!

The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb

The World’s Most Coveted Masterpiece

Ghent yearly

Ghent inside out

Noah Charney tastes Cuberdons

Noah Charney tastes Cuberdons

Ghent Festival of Flanders

Ghent Festival of Flanders 2014: Capilla & Blindman Sax

Welcome to the Visit Gent
website for groups/trade

Are you a professional in the tourism sector? Then let us show you that Ghent is a destination with so much to offer, a place your customers will definitely enjoy. This site tells you everything you need to know for a successful group visit. Do you have any more questions? Then don’t hesitate to contact our trade expert Johan Catteeuw.

Looking for a programme for your visit to Ghent with family, friends or colleagues? Go to ‘Essentials’ on this homepage and create your own programme. For more information on each attraction you can contact our Tourist Information team. If you’d like a custom programme to be developed for you, feel free to contact one of the incoming agencies or event planners in Ghent

Ghent in a nutshell

Lam Gods
First of all its excellent location. And of course The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, the tryptych by the Van Eyck brothers that is displayed at St Bavo’s Cathedral.

Essentials

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Planning a quick visit to the city’s many highlights? What a pity! Ghent should be savoured to the full! And to do that, you need more than one day!

Suggested day programmes

Ghent is such a versatile city. There’s something to see on every corner. That’s why we’ve compiled a few programmes for your half-day, one- or two-day visit to Ghent. If you’re here for half a day you’ll have to stick to the main attractions in the historical city centre, but if you’re staying a little longer, we recommend a museum visit in the Arts Quarter.

The prices mentioned are per person, for group visits.

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Half a day in Ghent

 

 

1 day in Ghent

 

 

2 days in Ghent

 

News

27 Feb 2017

It finally happened last weekend. Foodies had been waiting for a long time, but now the Holy Food Market is all set to become Ghent’s latest hotspot. The setting is the magnificent 16th century Baudelo Chapel.

Facts & figures

35 hotels
1,936 hotel rooms
1,407 groups welcomed per year (2012) (management plan)
891,983 overnight stays per year (2012)
547,678 leisure overnight stays (2012)
180,181 conference overnight stays (2012)
164,125 business overnight stays (2012)
Top 5 countries of origin for the overnight stays: Belgium, the Netherlands, United kingdom, Germany and France
1,690,826 visitors to monuments and museums (2012)
Top months: April, May, June, July and August