Hotel 'T Zand

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

't Zand 21, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium
Hotel 't Zand
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Ghent Altarpiece

by Zvrlj

Can anybody tell me if the Ghent Altarpiece or Adoration of the Mystic Lamb by Hubert & Jan van Eyck (and maybe Lambert van Eyck) is on the public display? (V)

Re: Ghent Altarpiece


Hello, looks like it is in the Ghent cathedral.

Type "Adoration of the Mystic Lamb Gent" in the search box at the top left and select Keywords. You will get some VT tips about it from 2007.

Google provides the same information.
Thanks for bringing it to my attention, I should go and see it soon!

Have you seen the Rubens's and Caravaggio's in St. Paul's in Antwerp? Those I loved :-)

Re: Ghent Altarpiece

by Venelin

According to this website:

it is still open for a charge. Two years ago I visited it and I was really impressed by the mastery of van Eyck and the secrecy behind many of the details in this masterpiece. Actually one listens to a very long, maybe 15-20-minute, but interesting detailed description of all pictures in the polyptich.

Have a nice time in Ghent

Re: Ghent Altarpiece

by hawkhead

Yes, it is. Can't remember how much it costs to view. You can stay for as long as you like. And don't forget to go and look at the back of the altarpiece.

Re: Ghent Altarpiece

by hawkhead

Just noticed you have posted in the Brugges Forum - the altarpiece is on display in Ghent.

Re: Ghent Altarpiece

by Zvrlj

Thank you all. I have not noticed that I have posted it on the Brugge instead of the Ghent forum. And, unfortunately, we are not going to see the altar anytime soon. I have needed the data for the article, and I could not google it (and I've hoped to get some impressions from the regular art lovers :-)) The only of the same "school" I have seen is Memling's "The Last Judgment" altar triptych in museum in Gdansk. It is marvelous. Thank you very much once again. (V)

Travel Tips for Brugge

Brygge (Bruges) and its medieval architecture

by WanderingFinn

The gingerbread/candy-looking houses are unique in the world. The city is like from a fairy tale.

The canals - like a mini-Venice.

Very good athmosphere.

Good beer. The athmosphere, the nice people, the Belgian HUGE variety of different (good) beers, the town that is so beautiful that it made me feel like I was in the middle of a fairy tale. The colouring and shapes of the old houses. The size of the city (not too big).

Wander around in the small...

by filipdebont

Wander around in the small streets without a city map, get lost in this unique scenery and discover pictoresque views that can't be found in any tourist guide. The inner city looks really Medieval.
The narrow crooked streets spread out from the heart of the city.

walking through the city

by irisbe

This city you have to discover by feet.
Behind the Gruuthuuse Museum and the little square with the statues of the knights of the apocalypse, you have the most romantic bridge of Bruges.
This pictures is taken from that bridge.
Be warned: on busy days it is queueing here!

Is it Brugge? Or is it Bruges?

by Dabs

Actually it's both depending on whether you are using the Flemish spelling or French spelling. In Flemish and Dutch, it's spelled Brugge and pronounced Broo-gah. In French and English, it's spelled Bruges and pronounced Broozh.

Belgium is divided into two parts, Flanders which is the northern part of the country and Wallonia which is the southern part of the country. Since Brugge is located in the Flanders I guess the Flemish/Dutch spelling is slightly more correct.


by patrikske

The GROENINGE MUSEUM. A collection of several centuries (from the 14th to the 20th century) and focuses primarily on works by painters who lived and worked in Bruges. There are some works by Jan Van Eyck, the first and most important 'Flemish Primitive'. The masterpiece is 'The Madonna with Canon Joris van der Paele', painted by Van Eyck in 1436.


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