How to get there
By Plane 

Brussels airport is a major European airport and has plenty of connections. It has direct highway and train access.


What to do upon arrival at Brussels Airport (Zaventem)?

The airport is connected to the 3 railway stations in Brussels (South or Midi, Central and North Stations) by 3 direct trains per hour. From these railway stations there are 2 direct trains to Ghent every hour. Train tickets can be purchased at the airport (level -1).

There is also at least one direct train per hour from the airport to Ghent. For further details and timetables, visit (Belgian Railways) and (Brussels airport).

By train
There are 2 direct trains per hour from Brussels Central Railway Station (35 minutes). From London and Paris, Ghent can easily be reached by Thalys & Eurostar.

For details and timetables, go to:

Upon arrival in Ghent, take tram 1 at railway station (every 6 minutes), get off at the "Korenmarkt" and cross the river via the bridge "Sint-Michielsbrug". Turn around the Sint-Michiels church. Het Pand is situated next to the church.

By Car
Ghent is located near the E40 highway and has excellent road access to all over Europe (3 hours from Paris, 2 hours from Amsterdam, 1 hour from the Chunnel).

Where to park your car?

Follow signs to P7-Parking St. Michiels, which is located virtually opposite Het Pand.