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Escorted Rail Tours to Ghent

Enjoy this atmospheric medieval city

Ghent is the fourth largest city in Belgium. Home to quaint cobbled streets and winding canals, the city is lesser known than the other cities in Belgium and probably doesn't get the recognition and appreciation that it deserves. Considering the region's turbulent history, particularly during the first half of the 20th century, a surprising amount of Ghent's remarkable medieval architecture survives today. There are over 900 listed buildings, a testament to the city's wealth in medieval times, thanks largely to it being Europe's largest cloth producer. At one time Ghent was the Continent's largest city outside Paris.

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Springtime Tulips and Keukenhof Gardens

Spectacular floral displays, poignant battlefield tours and fairytale cities await on this scenic cruise along the waterways of Belgium and the Netherlands.

From the decks of a luxurious river cruise ship, get to the heart of what makes these two charming countries so special as you are joined for on board talks from gardening television celebrity Charlie Dimmock, and World War I specialist Col. Piers Storie-Pugh

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2020Apr

8 days from $2,035 pp

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St Bavo's Cathedral

St Bavo's Cathedral in Ghent is famous for its impressive altarpiece, by the Flemish Great Master, Jan Van Eyck, which is considered to be one of the most important examples of medieval painting in Western Europe.

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