Cruises to Ghent

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WW1 Battlefields of France & Belgium

  • 18 Mar 2020
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: MS AmaVenita
  • Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Kinderdijk - Willemstad, Netherlands, Ghent, Belgium, Antwerp, Belgium, Maastricht, Netherlands, Nijmegen, Netherlands, Arnhem, Neth…

Includes: Expert services of a cruise director , friendly, english-speaking local guides on all excursions , all delicious on board meals, freshly prepared by an expert chef to reflect regio…

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WW1 Battlefields of France & Belgium

  • 17 Apr 2020
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: MS AmaBella
  • Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Kinderdijk - Willemstad, Netherlands, Ghent, Belgium, Antwerp, Belgium, Maastricht, Netherlands, Nijmegen, Netherlands, Arnhem, Neth…

Includes: Expert services of a cruise director , friendly, english-speaking local guides on all excursions , all delicious on board meals, freshly prepared by an expert chef to reflect regio…

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Waterways & Cities of Holland & Belgium

  • 18 May 2020
  • 7 nights
  • Ship: Boudicca
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Dover, Honfleur, France, Antwerp, Belgium, Ghent, Belgium, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Dover

Includes: Free gratuities for ocean view & above*, free all-inclusive drinks package*, ocean members save 5%*, small ship cruising*


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An ancient marvel that’s worth exploring


Ghent

Ghent

Ghent

Ghent

Belfry, Ghent

Belfry, Ghent

Traditional Belgian waffles

Traditional Belgian waffles

St Bavon, Ghent

St Bavon, Ghent

St. Nicholas, Ghent

St. Nicholas, Ghent

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The city of Three Towers

One of the reasons Ghent is a must-visit is because of its Three Towers; St. Bavon’s, the Belfry and St. Nicholas. Making up an iconic part of this city’s skyline, the Three Towers are a popular attraction thanks to their powerful presence and intricate design. As well as the Three Towers, architecture lovers can explore Gravenseteen castle dating back to 1180 and the remains of the Cistercian Abbey of Byloke back from 1228.


Traditional Belgian cuisine done well

Belgian cuisine is notorious for its decadence. Whether it’s frites or waffles smothered in warmed chocolate there are great snacks to pick up as you explore this city. And, when in Ghent, one of the best places to sample these delights is the Holy Food Market. Teeming with stalls and Instagram-worthy portions, you’ll be sure to want to order more than you can manage!


Quiet streets ready to be explored

Although a popular destination for travellers, many people are shocked by how quiet Ghent can feel. Unlike other city destinations, you really feel a sense of being able to breathe and stretch when in Ghent. This means no pushing to the front of crowds to get the best view and no long queues.


The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb

Art lovers can rejoice when in Ghent. Its medieval history and religious affections mean there are plenty of beautiful churches to adore. If you visit the Sint-Baafskathedraal however, you are in for a real treat. Here you can see The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, one of the earliest-known oil paintings and one of the most famous works of Flemish artists the Van Eyck brothers.