The Kouterhoeve is very central towards many interesting places to visit:

YPRES (15 minutes)

Ypres has a lot to offer! The charm of the medieval past and the many memories of the turbulent past make a trip to Ypres unforgettable today. The numerous cozy caf├ęs, tasty restaurants, beautiful shops, fascinating museums and other attractions invite you. Take a look at the visitor center for Ypres and the Westhoek in the Cloth Hall to give your visit a good start.

ROESELARE (5 minutes)

Beer lovers can visit the Rodenbach brewery here, but cycling enthusiasts can also find their way in the Cycling Museum in the city. Roeselare is also widely known for its shopping tourism.

KORTRIJK (20 minutes)

Kortrijk is one of the oldest cities in Belgium. Despite the many devastations caused by the wars, the historic center has been preserved relatively well. You can visit the beguinage and the belfry. You have the Broel Museum, Flax Museum, Bakery Museum and Begijnhof Museum. In addition to hospitality, history, there are many pedestrian shopping streets.

BRUGGE (30 minutes)

We recognize Brugg by the historic city center, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2000. It looks like you are an outdoor enter the museum, because Bruges has so much to offer. Atmospheric houses and squares, old winding streets and beautiful facades of majestical buildings are reflected in the street scene. The city can be explored on foot, but it is also possible to do it with horse-drawn carriages. Because a large part of the center is car-free. What you should not miss: a boat trip through the canals, because Bruges is not without reason the Venice of it called North.

KNOKKE (50 minutes)

Knokke-Heist, undoubtedly the most famous seaside resort in Belgium. It is located just next to Zeeuws-Vlaanderen (the Netherlands) and east of the Zwin Provincial Nature Park (a 150-hectare nature reserve, salt marsh area with breeding ground for rare birds). Knokke is also known for its rich gastronomy, unique shops and art lovers will certainly enjoy themselves.

GHENT (40 minutes)

Ghent can boast a rich history. In the Middle Ages the Gracious City was one of the most important ports in Europe and you can see it reflected during a walk. Because of the many trade that was conducted at that time, many beautiful guild houses, canal houses and warehouses were built. The market is held on the Graslei on Friday and you can enjoy delicious food and drinks around this center. On the Sint-Baafsplein is the grotesque Sint-Baafs cathedral. Well worth a visit. The cathedral houses valuable art objects, such as the famous painting of the van Eyck brothers.





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Casemates in Ypres

Beer Castle in Ingelmunster

St Bernard Brewery

Entre-Deux-Monts Wine Estate



Race Museum in Ypres

Tyne Cot in Passendale