Bone Curriculum Symposium 2021
 

 

    Address

      Het Pand
      Onderbergen 1
      9000 Ghent

    How to get there

       

    By train

     Ghent is easy to reach by train from all Belgian and European cities and is only half an hour from Brussels South Station
     (by 'IC' Inter City or 'IR' InterRegio train).
Here the Eurostar and Thalys high-speed trains can rush you from Paris or           London in 1,5 hours and from Amsterdam or Cologne in 2,5 hours.

     At Gent-Sint-Pieters railway station you can browse information at a digital 3D information point.

     Note: In Belgium there is a reduction on train tickets for the elderly (65+). These reductions are valid for travelling after       09.00 am on Monday through Friday, there are no time restrictions for travelling during the weekend.

     For more information on the train timetables: www.b-rail.be for trains within Belgium or www.b-europe.com for 
     international connections.
  

       
 
    By car
    Ghent is located on the intersection of two major European motorways: the E17 connects Northern Europe to the
     South, 
and the E40 runs from the North Sea right across to Eastern Europe.
 
     From the E17 you take the 'Gent Centrum' exit. On the E40, from the motorway intersection in Zwijnaarde, you first             follow 'Antwerpen' (E17) and then take the 'Gent Centrum' exit.
 
     Parking: closest public parking to 'Het Pand' is parking St-Michiels (P7), you can follow the P-route when entering the           city.