Practical information

Location and accessibility

Location: Flanders Expo Ghent - Hall 1 - ground floor - Maaltekouter 1, 9051 Ghent

Location: Flanders Expo Ghent - Hall 1 - ground floor - Maaltekouter 1, 9051 Ghent

The fair is open to visitors from 12 PM until 8 PMPlease note that the job fairs are open until 6 PM, and the Lifelong Learning fair is open until 8 PM.

We recommend using public transport or commuting to the fair by bike.

By bike

If you come from the direction of Gent-Sint-Pieters station, just follow the directional signs. Bicycle storage racks will be available near the entrance of Hall 1. You can plan your bike route using the city of Ghent's bicycle route planner (in Dutch).

By public transport

Tram line T1 takes you from Gent-Sint-Pieters station to Flanders Expo in 10 minutes. Tram T1 runs every 8 minutes. You can also use the regular bus connections to reach the venue. Check out the route planner of De Lijn here

By car

Visitors can park in the secure car parks B & C within walking distance of the entrance of Hall 1. Navigate to Louis Blériotlaan, 9051 Ghent. A parking ticket costs €12.

 

Persons with reduced mobility can park for free in the designated zones in parking lot PA4

 

Access to the fair

Admission to the fair is free for all visitors. However, registration in advance is necessary. Register here. Not signed up in advance? You can still visit the fair and register on the spot. We, however, strongly recommend advance registration to avoid queues at the entrance.

To get access to the fair you need your personal QR code. Make sure you have your registration form with your QR code ready (printed or on your smartphone) at the entrance of Hall 1.

There are no lockers nor a wardrobe. We therefore recommend leaving large backpacks and handbags at home.

Catering

During the fair drinks and sandwiches can be purchased in the catering area. Standing tables and chairs will be provided.

Visitor badge

A personalized visitor badge will be printed for you on-site!

The purpose of the visitor badge is to facilitate networking with attending organizations. Based on the colour of your badge, organizations can better assess why you are visiting the fair. As a visitor, you can share your data with the higher education institutions by means of a (QR) code on your badge, so that they can provide you with targeted information after the fair.