The G.AN.D.A. promenade leads you through beautiful Ghent and to reach the city center easily, we provide you with the following information.
You can start the walk at each participant’s gallery where you will also find a leaflet with the itinerary.
This routed city map can also be downloaded here. PrintFolder_FINAAL_flipped_-part-2
- From Gent-Sint-Pieters station, take tram 2 to Zwijnaarde – Melle Leeuw or tram 4 to UZ – Ledeberg. At the stop Bernard Spaelaan you can get off and start your walk.
You can also take bus 9 to Mariakerke Post, bus 14 to Deinze or bus 65 to Zomergem-Ursel Kerk and get off at stop Andrieslaan to start your walk.
- From Gent-Dampoort station you can take bus 38 or 39 in the direction of Blaarmeersen to the stop Andrieslaan and start your visit there.
More info via the route planner of the Lijn.
- Park and rides: You can park at the various Park and Ride car parks on the outskirts of Ghent and use public transport or a shuttle service to reach the city center. Almost all Park and Rides are free.
More information about the Park and Rides can be found here.
- Parking in the city: There are several paying parking garages in the center of Ghent and the Parkings Zuid, Reep, Vrijdagmarkt, Sint Michiels, Ramen, Savaanstraat and Kouter are near the route of the promenade.
More information about the parking garages and arrival routes can be found here.
- Parking in the street: Parking in the street is possible, but the price and maximum parking time depends on the neighbourhood.
You can of course follow the promenade by bike. There are sufficient bicycle parking spaces to safely leave your bike behind. The Fietsambassade Gent and Blue Bikes rent bikes for a day and the collection points are located near the P + R or NMBS railway stations.
G.AN.D.A and all participants wish you a pleasant visit