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B&B Petit Prince is located a stone's throw from the historic centre of Ghent. Just around the corner you can admire the Old Beguinage. But also, the Gravensteen, the Korenmarkt... are within walking distance of the B&B. The fairy-tale city centre with its narrow streets and hidden corners contains more than enough hotspots to stroll around, eat some goodies and enjoy the historical splendour.

There are a lot of cosy markets. From the flea market around St. Jacobs' Church and the Sunday book market on the Ajuinlei to the flower market on the Kouter, there's something for everyone. Those who like to admire the city from the water can book a boat trip when the weather is nice.

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B&B Petit Prince is ideally located for exploring the historic centre of Ghent on foot. Many sights are within walking distance:

  • Great Beguinage Saint Elizabeth (around the corner)

  • Castle Gravensteen and Old Fish Market (450 m)

  • Graslei and Korenlei (600 m)

  • Korenmarkt (650 m)

  • Design museum (500 m)

  • Embarkation point boat trip (490 m)

  • Tourist office (470 m)

  • beer taverns with 100 kinds of beers

  • wine and coffee bars

  • must-be cocktail bars

  • picturesque streets (around the corner)

Shopaholics can indulge themselves in the hippest interior, design and fashion shops (Brabantdam, Kortedagsteeg, Walpoortstraat, Koestraat and Mageleinestraat...). Veldstraat and Langemunt are sure to appeal to fans of the big chains.


Would you like something tasty or rather a full meal? Ghent also has a lot in store for you in terms of culinary delights. The city is known for its many vegetarian restaurants, the typical cuberdons ... The charming Patershol with several nice restaurants offers something for everyone and is only 750m from the B&B.  Hostess Polo is happy to give you the best local tips for quirky places to eat upon arrival. Close to B&B Petit Prince are for example Oak, Mémé Gusta, Bodo, Door 73…).

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