Ghent is a city in Flanders, the northern part of Belgium.Tourists remain surprisingly thin on the ground, yet with its fabulous canal side architecture, wealth of quirky bars and some of Belgium’s most fascinating museums.Ghent has a few Masaajid including the Islamic Cultural Centre, Masjid Al Fath and the Masjid van Ghent.The Ghent Belfort towering over the old cloth hall is a beautiful belfry.The Ghent Cathedral of St. Bavo is the most impressive piece of architecture in the city. Do make a visit to the Ghent Castle of Counts or the Gravensteen. Another fascinating attraction in the city is the Gerard de Duivelsteen or the Castle of Gerard the Devil.The Veldstraat is the main shopping street in the city. Lined with shops that sell almost everything, this pedestrian friendly street is best for getting great deals. Flemish handicrafts, fashion accessories, Belgian chocolates and sweets and handmade linen and lace are the best souvenirs to buy in the city. You can also enjoy shopping along Hoomstraat, Hoogpoort, Kortrijksepoortstraat and the Mageleinstraat. You can also check out the shops around the Brabantdam and the Vrijdagmarkt.There are many hotel in Ghent that attract tourist. Accommodations are available as per your budget in Ghent. Available Hotel in Ghent are Ghent Marriott hotel is situated on the banks of the River Lys in the heart of Ghent the hotel’s unique location, within walking distance of the shopping streets and the university offers a very special view of one of the city’s most important historical sites.Hotel de Flandre is a Boutique hotel in the centre of Ghent with 46 charming rooms and suites this cosy hotel is situated in a beautifully restored listed eighteenth-century town house inside you can find the original Napoleon portal with staircase. Hotel Gravensteen hotel, which is located in Ghent’s city centre near the world-famous Gravensteen, was built in the nineteenth century; the authentic Empire style has been restored in parts of the hotel.Ghent River Hotel, in the centre of the city, is situated on the right bank of the River Lys. From the eleventh century until the fifteenth century this river marked Ghent’s city limits.Sandton Grand Hotel Reylof is situated in Gent, only 750 metres from the Belfort; this grand 18th-century environmentally friendly hotel holds the Green Key eco-label and offers elegant decor and modern facilities.