The museum is situated at Minnemeers 9, 9000 Gent and is open 7 days a week. It has a suitable location and can easily be access from all the attractions that the city offers.Why not catching up with history and travel into the 19 century? The Museum of Industrial Archaeology and Textile in Ghent takes to the time when Ghent had a strong saying in textile industry. The internationally known brand Express by Holiday Inn has a strong present in Ghent with it four-star hotel right next to the UZ University.Being the second largest city in Belgium in terms of population -, Ghent has a lot to offer to art lovers and museum goers.
One of the worlds most extensive collections of Flemish artists can be found here in Ghent right in the heart of the city inside the Museum of Yarn Dyed Manufacturers Fine art. Although there is not restaurant at the hotel but that would be no problem since it is actually surrounded by many good local restaurants that offer Belgium and European foods. As expected from any Holiday Inn hotel it also have a restaurant and a bar which allows the guest to unwind a little.It might be handy to know a few names that play big in Ghent accommodation so you will be able to choose you hotel easier.
There are more than ten major museums and art galleries in and around the boundaries of the city that will satisfy the hungry mind of an expert let alone an amateur.Fortunately despite being a relatively small city finding a good hotel wouldnt be difficult at all provided you know where to search for it.The four-star NH Gent hotel actually provides far behind its stars and it is only fair to call in an unofficial five-star hotel. It is located at Citadelpark, 9000 Gent and at the time writing this article the entry fee is only Euro 6. As always the internet proves to be an indispensable tool in the hand of ones who need it. Artists like Peter Paul Rubens with the renowned The Virgin and Child Adored by Angels or Hieronymus Bosch who is widely remembered for.
The Garden of Earthly Delights" along with James Ensor and others.So get on a train for an unforgettable trip to a hidden capital inside the city and tie up your shoes for a travel through the era of Flemish artists..If you are keen on contemporary art you cannot afford to miss the Municipal museum of Contemporary Art.Near the central station and in a very quite area there is another super-value hotel for both comfort and economy centered plans. It can actually keep one busy for hours with activities that get you the feeling of a real scientist and among them all the microscopes are really fascinating.One of the most interesting museums of all, from the writers point of view, of course, is the Museum for the History of Sciences. The museum is located at Citadelpark, Fernand Scribedreef 1 with easy access from every part of the city and the small entry price of 5 Euroyesterw...