Glide through Ghent on a guided boat trip and discover the city's secrets. Learn about medieval Belgium, immerse yourself in the city of Emperor Charles V, and finish up with snacks and a gin & tonic at Valery's Bar.
Archaeological discoveries show that humans set up home in what is now Belgium's second largest city back in the Stone Age. In the 15th century, Ghent's luxurious cloth industry made the city famous and gave it huge political sway in Europe.
Learn about the city's highs and lows as you cruise along its waterways. See the UNESCO-listed 91-meter high Belfry, the Castle of the Counts, the Gothic-style St Nicholas’ Church, and more.
Finish up at Valery's Bar in the cozy, traditional Hotel Harmony. Enjoy a refreshing gin & tonic or something non-alcoholic, plus some traditional ham and cheese snacks.
It's a relaxing and restorative way to see one of Belgium's best cities.
Live guide available in Dutch, English, French.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Show your smartphone ticket at the Gent-Watertoerist box office and get on the next available boat. After the boat trip you can order a gin & tonic or mocktail with fingerfood at Valery's Bar inside the Hotel Harmony.
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