The appearance of St. Peter's train station in Ghent is not very good, and the ticket hall inside is not big, which may be the reason for the small place. But there are also many restaurants in the lobby. In addition to Starbucks, there are several Western-style fast food restaurants, which are very concentrated and convenient for passengers in and out.
Ghent St. Peter's train is one of the busiest railway stations in Belgium. I checked the architectural style and found it to be eclectic. The bell tower and glass roof are quite beautiful. The station is a certain distance from the center of Ghent and it takes about 30 minutes to walk. Although it is a small city, the entrance of the station is still very lively. On the day I went there was a yogurt promotion at the door. Everyone could get a box of formal clothes for free. It was so bold.
The train station is not very big, but there are many trains to Lille, France and Antwerp, Belgium, basically every 15-20 minutes. There is no ticket inspection in the railway station, and there is a manual ticket office, so there is no need to worry about buying tickets.
This is the central railway station of Ghent, a magnificent building.