Neo-gothic architecture in Eeklo

Monument
Eeklo (
Meetjesland
)
  • 19th-century wealth gave Eeklo beautiful neo-gothic buildings like the Sint-Vincentius church.
  • The centre of Eeklo bustles when the sun shines; people enjoy beverages on the many terraces.
  • 19th-century wealth gave Eeklo beautiful neo-gothic buildings like the Sint-Vincentius church.
  • The centre of Eeklo bustles when the sun shines; people enjoy beverages on the many terraces.
Starting place: 
City hall of Eeklo
Markt
9900 Eeklo
Belgium

How to reach:

By car: 

From Ghent: You reach Eeklo via the N9 through Mariakerke, Lovendegem, Zomergem and Waarschoot. The N9 transects the city; it will take you to the city centre.

Accessible for: 
Children
Children
Groups
Groups
Wheel chairs
Wheel chairs
Description: 
  • Eeklo has lots of neo-gothic buildings.
  • A city walk shows the main architectural gems of this beautiful city in Meetjesland.
  • City hall, the Sint-Vincentius church, the Paters church and the Justice of the Peace court are only a few of the gems.
  • A brochure will familiarise you with all the beautiful buildings.
  • There is also a World War I walk and the 'Lieve Zoetjes in Eeklo' walk for children.
Opening hours: 

Always accessible

Address

Address: 
City hall of Eeklo
Markt
9900 Eeklo
Belgium
Telephone: 
09 377 86 00