St. Nicholas Church is the most famous building in Ghent. From the outside, it feels more magnificent than the inside of the church. The inside of the church is more simple, and the feeling is quite different from the outside. The top of the church can cost 3 euros to get to the top. It's a good place to have a panoramic view of Gent.
Next to the Gent Bell Tower, Gothic buildings were burned twice by fire.
When we got to the city center, we found that St. Paff's Church, St. Nicholas Church, Post Office, Bell Tower and Cloth Hall were all on the same line. On the north corner of the Bell Tower is the City Hall, and then hundreds of meters away is the Church of St. Jacob.
It's in the old city downtown. The station at the entrance is called Tram. It's good to walk from the railway station for more than twenty minutes. The magnificent Gothic style buildings are often exhibited in the interior and there are many places to eat around them.
Great churches, the four ends of St. Michelle Bridge, these four buildings of different styles, make Gent so unique.
Ghent is one of the most famous landmarks. Unfortunately, the weather was bad that day, which affected the effect of the tour.