We have a partnership with Historic Hotels Gent Group. They have 4 different hotels in the city center, all on walking distance from the congress location. We strongly recommend booking a hotel room at one of the hotels of Historic Hotels Gent:
We have a special discount code that participants can use to get 10% off when booking one of the above hotels: equine-congress2023
The city of Gent is a low emizion zone. If you are coming by car, please make sure to register your foreign number plate on the site of City Ghent. You can register your vehicle with the online tool. Also, always check your vehicle in advance to avoid a fine! Here’s the link to check whether your vehicle complies with the LEZ rules: LEZ Stad Gent rules
Here’s the link to register your foreign number plate: LEZ Stad Gent foreign number plate
11th EEHNC: 23rd & 24th of March 2023, will be held in the congress venue “Het Pand”: Onderbergen 1, 9000 Gent, Belgium.
11th EEHNC: 25th of March 2023, will be held at Ghent University - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine: Salisburylaan 133, 9820 Merelbeke, België.
For the plenary session we recommend to park your car at one of these parking lots:
- Parking St-Michiels: Sint-Michielsplein 8, 9000 Gent
- Parking Ramen: Ramen 23, 9000 Gent
For the workshop location, you can park at Ghent University at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. We will offer a shuttle service from and to the city center and the workshop location.
The best app you can use to get there is: Waze or Google Maps.
It's easy to travel from Brussels national airport to Ghent by train. You can take the Brussels Airport Express ( 4 trains per hour) to Brussels North, Central or South. From those stations, there are several trains to Ghent every hour. Please consult the website of the Belgian Railways (NMBS) for information about schedules and fares.
You can take high-speed trains from Paris (Thalys and TGV), Lille (Eurostar and TGV), London (Eurostar), Amsterdam (Thalys) and Cologne (Thalys and ICE). Every hour, there are several trains that leave Brussels South that stop in Ghent.
The Brussels South station is the Belgian hub for international train traffic, receiving multiple high-speed trains per day from Paris (Thalys and TGV), Lille (Eurostar and TGV), London (Eurostar), Amsterdam (Thalys) and Cologne (Thalys and ICE). Every hour, there are several trains that leave Brussels South that stop in Ghent.