May 27th - Ghent
- https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=1BczpJhqAhyfya9Y1TVR83ox2YUY&ll=51.05593304347101%2C3.723835699999995&z=16 walking tour map
- Castle of Gerald the Devil
- City Pavillion
- St. Michael’s Bridge and the view of the three towers
- Castle of the Counts is Gravensteen. The 10th century castle is worth a short visit.
- Leie river. Take a walk along Graslei and Korenlei and past St Michael’s Bridge. A great way to explore Ghent is by taking a short boat trip.
- Saint-Bavo’s Cathedral. Inside you can opt to visit the famous Ghent Altarpiece, aka the Mystic Lamb painting.
- Belfry and Cloth Hall and St. Nicholas Church are also worth a short visit.
Probably possible to do Ghent and Bruges same day maybe? Ghent in morning Bruges in evening? (35min train ride between them)