A few examples, you ask? A traditional city tour, a fascinating thematic walk, a relaxing boat ride, an interesting museum visit, etc. You can book a private tour or join a group.
Organised walking tours
Why not join an organised walking tour? The ‘Ghent History Tour’ takes you on a fascinating tour of the historical city centre. On weekends it includes a visit to St Bavo’s Cathedral and on weekdays a visit to the Town Hall.
Info for groups
Discover the city centre in general or specific buildings in particular. For groups also, no single corner in Ghent remains undisclosed in over fifty theme walks of ‘Gentse Gidsen/iTours’. Discover the Prinsenhof quarter with the Emperor Charles V walk. Or would you rather make a boat trip in the harbour or search for ‘The Woman in Ghent’? The choice is all yours. The ‘Gentse Gidsen/iTours’ matches historic knowledge with anecdotic narrative art. A captivating and surprising story, told in Dutch, French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Portuguese. Catering solely for the Dutch-speakers (although…) is the unique tour in unrivalled juicy Ghent dialect. Without subtitles!
A 1971 tram! An old PCC tram has been completely renovated so as to transport groups of 20 to 60 people in a very original way. Combined with a boat trip, a walk and a museum visit, this makes for a unique full-day programme with two possible variations. Can only be booked at Gent Watertoerist.
Inquiry desk Visit Gent (Ghent History Tour)
Contact and practical information
Online bookings: enjoy discounted rates on http://ghentguides.itours.be/ up to 24 hours before departure! 2-hour tour: € 80 3-hour tour: € 110 Every additional hour: € 30 At Ghent Guides/iTours a group must consist of maximum 25 persons