The Guides of Ghent offer a wide range of guided tours. Select your tour and book your guide.
Just outside the centre, behind Saint-Peter Station, you wil find a number of impressive country houses from the interbellum. Discover the Millionaires’ Quarter, once the location of the famous World Exhibition of 1913
Beer, the number one beverage, makes a comeback in the city. Or has the barley beer never completely disappeared? Why not discover with us the past and future of beer and breweries in Ghent?
What does the last resting place of singer Luc De Vos look like? Which other famous people lie buried in Campo Santo? Which tomb was first? Who was buried in it? You can learn all about this on our fascinating guided tour of Campo Santo.
The Ghent folk have enjoyed the beautiful landscape Citadel Park for more than a century. It was laid out on the site of the old citadel. Take a walk with our guide in more than fifteen hectares of lush green landscape.
Of all the channels in Ghent, the Coupure is one of the most sought after residential environments in the city. But that wasn't always the case ... Join us on a tour along the attractive watercourse with its many faces.
A mere few minutes away from St Bavo Cathedral lies a unique spot of Ghent’s rich past in an oasis of natural tranquillity: the ruined abbey of St Bavo.
Jump on your bike and follow our guide on a bike tour showing you many well-known and secret green spots in Ghent and around.
Do you love water? Then Ghent is the place to be… Get on your bike and cycle with us along the most beautiful rivers, canals and other waterways.
The Leie river curves back and forth between Ghent and Deinze. The meadows, polders and picturesque villages in this very scenic valley make up a magnificent nature reserve. Are you ready to enjoy it?
On this 12-kilometre bike tour you will meet the most beautiful religious heritage sites of Ghent.
Once night falls over Ghent, you have the impression to be in a completely different city. Allow yourself to be enchanted by fairy-like views and get lost in the romantically illuminated little streets.
Once upon a time-750 years ago in Ghent-the beguinage Our Lady Ter Hoye! This unique site is on the Unesco World Heritage list and is one of the best preserved and attractive beguinages of the thirteenth century.