Day Trip To Ghent, Belgium | Travel Vlog
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Day Trip To Ghent, Belgium | Travel Vlog

By on July 31, 2018

Welcome to our Ghent, Belgium vlog. This video is not as much a Ghent travel guide, but more of a Ghent, Belgium travel experience with food, attractions, and tourism that can be explored in 1 day in Ghent.

In this episode of #TheDayTripShow, we take a day trip from Brussels to Ghent, a port city in northwest Belgium. We take a tram to the Ghent Tourist Board office and get off the tram before the Koren Market to walk up the remaining distance.

After collecting a Gent City Cards, we head to the Gravensteen to explore this medieval monument. After a detailed tour, we continue our Ghent Day Trip looking for food. Ghent is shut on Mondays, so we settled for Mc Donald’s. After lunch, we went for a free water tram guided tour to get the gorgeous view of the Graslei in Ghent also known as mini-London.

We also visited St. Bavo’s Cathedral on our Ghent Day Trip. By the end of the day, the Market Square was magically lit up as we rushed for local Belgian Waffles, Belgian Hot Chocolate, and some traditional sugar sweets. We hadn’t explored it all, but our Ghent day trip from Brussels was truly eventful.

We highly recommend day trips from Brussels to both Ghent and Bruges in Belgium. Here are 7 things to do in Ghent, Belgium:

Credits:

Created by:
Parampara Patil Hashmi
Parichay Mehta

Additional Photography:
Nirali Naik

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