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Patershol

Patershol

Patershol

Patershol

Patershol

Patershol

Patershol

A cosy, picturesque neighbourhood in the shadow of the Castle of the Counts, with a pattern of streets that has been the same since mediaeval times. The neighbourhood is the home of the Caermersklooster, the House of Alijn, specialist shops and art galleries.

For good dining, you can choose from one of the many restaurants which have sprung up in the medieval alleys. From French to Thai, to delicious traditional Flemish cooking, you’ll find everything here.

Castrum & Patershol

Contact

Patershol

Koninklijke Dekenij Patershol v.z.w.
p/a: Haringsteeg 3
9000 Gent
URL - link: Patershol Gent
Stadsplan: C1
  • Gastronomie

Public transport

Langesteenstraat

Gravensteen

Events

Festivals

Patersholfeesten
The oldest quarter of Ghent organises its own mini festivities, displaying maximal atmosphere and ambiance.
Patershol

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