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St Michael's Bridge

Damaststraat 87 9030 Gent, Ghent 9030, Belgium
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I didn't notice the bridge, but I did notice the amazing views!

Ghent is absolutely picture perfect! Its canals, giant ancient churches, cathedrals and towers... read more

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As a long time resident of the fair city of Ghent it still takes my breath away to stand on the... read more

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Damaststraat 87 9030 Gent, Ghent 9030, Belgium

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Reviewed yesterday

Ghent is absolutely picture perfect! Its canals, giant ancient churches, cathedrals and towers, cobble streets and high rise old homes had me captivated. The Celtic Tower area definitely made me feel like I was stepping into some medieval era and I was very happy to...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

As a long time resident of the fair city of Ghent it still takes my breath away to stand on the Saint Michael's bridge and gaze upon the city's most praised landmarks all around. Best vantage point in town from which to enjoy the wonders...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

It's an attractive enough bridge; I suspect early 20th century so not particularly old. But of course the real reason to stand on and cross it are the views both up and down the canal and into the historic centre. You're going to check it...More

Thank AllanJGJ
Reviewed 1 week ago

St Michaels Bridge offers lovely views of Churches, Medieval facades and, of course, the Canal. Easily walkable from the historic Centre and not too much traffic to make it difficult crossing the bridge.

Thank debdancing
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If pictures of the Ghent city center, the river and the Bravo's church façade is a great spot. no danger , no way to miss it.

Thank apocalipse
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

From here you can look around and soak up the surrounding architecture - there's almost too much! It can be very busy with young people sitting around which makes it feel crowded but it's a great place to soak up the atmosphere and also the...More

1  Thank nnmercman
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

You likely need to cross the multiple bridges during any visit to historic Ghent. This is a nice bridge with a great view of the historical church towers. Well located near a lively area for restaurants, cafes and bars. But it's just a small bridge...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Ghent and Belgium has many beautiful vantage points. This wasn't a special one for me but might be good for a selfie...

Thank CloStar
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In my opinion this bridge is the best point to see the beatiful Ghent. it is a romantic place upon the river in the heart of old town. Enjoy this skyline and take nice pics to share with your friends.

Thank gtorchetti
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

In the centre of Ghent where you have a beautifull view on the 3 Towers of Ghent and the rich houses of ancient Ghent

Thank Marina D
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C Kevin C
26 May 2017|
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Response from Fitz b | Reviewed this property |
I just came back from Amsterdam yesterday! The quickest way is to take the Express train to Brussels and change to Ghent,I suppose. Better have a look on the railways's site good luck,