Our tour is centered around “Floralies Ghent”, a historic flower festival dating back to 1808 and occurs once every five years. We have a great group of women ready to see all the sight and sounds as well as learn from the masters of European design. Our flower tour officially began Sunday at the Ghent Marriott. We left the hotel and dodged rain drops for a walking tour of the medieval city of ghent.
Our first sign of Gent Florien was right across from the hotel.
We enjoyed a sunny walking tour with Kathy, our guide.
St. Bavo’s Cathedral in full glory for Florien.
St. Dorothy, the patron saint of flowers in the Ghent Altarpiece.
Graffiti Ghent Style leading to a medieval home and garden. One of Ghent’s Beautiful canals.
DAY TWO: A Trip to Brugge
Lunch at St. Joris in one of the oldest buildings dating back to the 13th century