How to get there
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Mon - Sat: 10 am - 5 pm
Sun: 1pm - 5 pm
Mon - Sat: 8:30 am - 5 :30 pm
Sun: 1 pm - 5:30 pm
From Gent-Sint-Pieters train station
Take tram 1 to the Gent-Korenmarkt stop and walk five minutes to Saint-Bavo’s Cathedral or take tram 2 to the Gent-Vogelmarkt stop and walk five minutes to Saint Bavo’s Cathedral.
From Gent-Dampoort train station
Take Bus 3 to the Gent-Korenmarkt stop and walk five minutes to Saint Bavo's Cathedral.
Or walk for fifteen minutes to St. Bavo's Cathedral. -Plannetje toevoegen-
Find out how to get there through De Lijn’s routeplanner.
Use the Stad Gent’s bicycle route-planner to find the simplest route.
For those who live in Ghent, Saint-Bavo’s Cathedral is extremely easy to reach by bicycle. Use the Stad Gent’s bicycle route-planner to find the simplest route from your starting point to the venue: fietsrouteplanner.gentfietst.be.
There are several covered bicycle parks close by the cathedral: the Korenmarkt bicycle park under Sint-Michielsbrug has room for 210 bikes. You enter from Pakhuisstraat next to the former post office building. The Braunplein bicycle park below the market hall (Stadshal) has room for 80 bikes.
Will you come by car? Be sure to check the low-emition zone.
To improve air quality, Ghent’s inner city (the area within the ring road) will become a low-emission zone on 1 January 2020. Only vehicles that meet the conditions for admission will be allowed into this zone. Avoid being fined and always check your vehicle before coming to Ghent.
Check whether your vehicle is allowed to enter the low-emission zone. Not allowed? Answer all the online questions and request the appropriate access for your vehicle right away. Check your vehicle.
Foreign number plates must be registered. Permitted vehicles with a foreign number plate must be registered. You can register your vehicle via this online tool.
Always check your vehicle in advance to avoid a fine!
Where to park
Check your closest car parks