The St. Michael’s Bridge is located next to Korenmarkt. It is just a stone bridge across the Vanilla River, which can be used by both pedestrians and vehicles. It does not take too long to walk across the bridge, but you can feel the scenery on both sides of the river bank.
This is the most famous bridge in Ghent, probably because of how old and majestic it is, but it is small. It connects the two streets of Grassley and North Korea. These two streets represent the most beautiful street landscape in Ghent and deserve respect. The best part of this bridge is how it combines the shooting scenes, if you take your photos on the Glassbrook Bridge 100 yards north. Photographer's dream. On the west side of the bridge (Korea Rae), is an old church of the same name, which has a beautiful (cheap) underground parking lot. So, park your car in this garage and walk from there. When you finish exploring, this bridge will bring you back.
Feel this bridge, that’s it, it’s the kind of stone bridge that is very common in Europe, connecting the two banks of the river, but the scenery on both sides of the bridge is beautiful, I feel like you can look at it, but don’t hold it too big. The expectations are worth it.