Getting there

From Airport Icoon

Brussels International Airport is less than 50 minutes away from the Bijlokesite. Every half hour, there is a direct connection between Brussels Airport and the Gent St. Pieters railway station. From the station, it’s just a fifteen-minute walk to the Bijlokesite. There are also numerous trams that will transport you right to the door of the Bijlokesite.

Further information


Public Transport Icoon

The Bijlokesite is about a quarter of an hour’s walk from the Gent St. Pieters station. From the station, you can also take the tram to the Bijlokesite. Click here for the walking route or go to for details of the tram routes. Here you can find more information about the travel times by train to Gent St. Pieters.

There are also several tram and bus stops near De Bijloke. The easiest way to plan your route is to use the De Lijn route planner.

By Car Icoon

The Bijlokesite is located near the small city ring road of Ghent and is easily accessible by car. There is no car parking on the historic the Bijlokesite itself, but there is ample parking in the surrounding streets. There are also several car parks within walking distance. For a detailed route description, it is best to plot your own route using Google Maps.


Hotels & Restaurant

If you haven’t spent the night in Ghent, you haven’t truly experienced the city. After sunset, Ghent gets a makeover and reveals a display of enchanting light effects. In the city of Ghent, you will find characterful B&Bs, design and boutique hotels, no-nonsense hostels and trendy apartments, … Find your perfect place to stay here.

After your event, your appetite will need to be satisfied too and you can choose from a range of restaurants, bars and cafés in Ghent. The foodies amongst us have come to the right place. Ghent is the veggie capital of Europe and its young rock ’n’ roll chefs are making waves on the international food scene. Taste and enjoy what one of Ghent’s many restaurants has to offer!

Grand Hotel Reylof

Hotel 1898 The Post | Graslei 16
Lof Restaurant | Hoogstraat 36, 9000 Gent


The Bijlokesite and most of the rooms are accessible to wheelchair users or the disabled. Guide dogs for the blind are also allowed in our hall.

Discover Ghent

Quirky Ghent offers you a fascinating cocktail of culture filled to the brim with a rich history, culture and trendy city life. Ghent is really chill, nothing is a must, everything is possible – it’s a city that is truly on a human scale. Browse the many sights of lively Ghent. Here, you certainly won’t run out of ‘must sees’ to visit!