What are the 5 best new Flemish restaurants? Where would you find the 5 best antiques shops? Who are the 5 most innovative designers working in the city? Where are the 5 most unique and individual houses located? And if you wanted to find the most mysterious places in the Citadelpark, where are they? The 500 Hidden Secrets of Ghent is a wonderfully eclectic guide to this multifaceted city. An insider's view of Ghent featuring little known facts and snippets of useful information, presenting the quirky and the off-beat, and sharing the whereabouts of some of the city's wonderful hidden gems like the Hotel Arnold Vanderhaeghen and the Gruut City Brewery. Aided by a team of bloggers, passionate about their native city, Derek Blyth has really captured the feel and flavour of Ghent. Packed with accessible, easy-to-read information, maps, itinaries, sections on food & drink, accommodation, green-spaces, museums, galleries and shops; an essential resource for the inquisitive traveller.
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Derek Blyth is a writer and a journalist, originally from the UK, who has lived in Belgium for more than 20 years. He is a former editor of The Bulletin and has written numerous travel articles and guides, including a regular column on Brussels life in Eurostar's Metropolitan Magazine.Co-founder of the discussion forum Cafe Europa; he created the website www.mysecretbrussels.com. Additionally, he is the author of The 500 Hidden of Brussels and The 500 Hidden Secrets of Antwerp.
500 Hidden Secrets of Ghent by Derek Blyth
500 Hidden Secrets
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