Wetteren (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋɛtərə(n)]) is a municipality located in the Belgian province of East Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Massemen, Westrem and Wetteren proper. On January 1, 2006, Wetteren had a total population of 23,209. The total area is 36.68 km² which gives a population density of 633 inhabitants per km².
Restaurants in Wetteren
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Massage for people living with cancer,serving as an enriching and enhancing value for your body and mind.This is a pillar of support rather than a treatment. intense touch fills the deepest of the emotional wellbeing. Do you feel a need for:hitting your “pause button”,relieving pain,stress and anxiety, inner peace and quiet, warm touch with attention and care, an open freeing conversation.
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een namiddag waarbij je eerst wordt ondergedompeld in de wereld van de roofvogels waarna je zeker met de dieren zelf onder begeleiding aan de slag gaan
5 based on 17 reviews
Kizzy's Massagehuis is a small capacity location near Gent City. You can folow private yoga sessions, or workshops together with friends in the weekends. You want to learn more about massage techniques? We teach you Swedish and techniques using massage oil and easy Yogamassage on a fouton with comfy wear. Holistic Treatments and Massages are possible during the week and weekends, from 60' back-shoulders-neck massages to 120' full body and mind with 7 different chakra essential oils. All in Treatments: Free aromatherapy with Indian incenses or essential oil, tea, fresh water. Make an appointment in the online agenda, see you soon!
Hemelse massage. Supervriendelijke ontvangst. Rustgevende aangename ruimte. Een echte aanrader, ik kom zeker terug.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Beervelde Park is situated near the City of Ghent, in the very heart of an area famous for its horticulture. Spread over an area of 25 hectares, its stunning architectural features, copses, woodland, meadows, walled Gardens and lake, create a splendit unified landscape full of superb vieuws. The estate was designed in 1873 in what is called (at least in France and Belgium) the English Landscape style. It was intended to serve as a display for what was at the time, a young Belgian horticulture. Ever since, Beervelde Park has been the property of the Counts de Kerchove de Denterghem. Today, 135 years later, it is remarkable to note that the de Kerchove de Denterghem name is still linked to the promotion of horticulture. Count Andre is the former chairman of the Royal Society for Agriculture and Botany, the non-profit organisation which organizes the world famous 'Floralies of Ghent' every five years. His brother, Count Renaud, is today's curator of the estate and organiser of the Beervelde's Garden Days, a fair which takes place every second weekend of May and October.
Attended David & Vicky's wedding on 28th February 2015. What a magical venue for a fairytale wedding reception, especially the courtyard with the fires lit - very atmospheric. The food and the service was amazing - the staff were extremely efficient and professional but very friendly at all times.
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The Cafe Posthotel is the former dining room of the former Post Hotel. The original late 19th century neo-renaissance decoration including interesting old murals is intact. This old survival's worth a visit to otherwise pretty dreary Wetteren. Good coffee which came with a Fairtrade Belgian chocolate. The only negative is a couple of hideous ceiling lights.
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A big outdoor scene beside the water in Ghent. Boat trips are happening all day long & even in February there were hoards of people sitting outside & having a good time people watching. This is the heart of Ghent’s bar & restaurant scene & great fun with plenty of photo opportunities - enjoy!
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This Chapel is on the inside of the “Saint Joseph Institute” and are from 1935/1936.
The chapel is one of the most remarkable religious buildings.
The influences of the “Art Deco”, “Romantic Cubism” and the local “Brick Culture” are in harmony with the “Early Christian” and the “Byzantine” art.
You find this Chapel in the, Wegvoeringstraat 63, in Wetteren.
Unfortunately the “Saint Joseph Chapel” can only be visited by accompanied groups, and this after there has being made an appointment into the office of Tourism and Events.
So sorry again, no pictures of the inside.
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