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Glass Alley

Pieter Vanderdoncktdoorgang, Ghent, Belgium
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Girls from the Balkan.

Just passed by... Mainly because the newspapers published new facts. Ladies behind the windows... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2017
Lokeren, Belgium
Interesting Red light district

This is the red light district for Ghent, A series of small windows with a chair for them to... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2017
Austin, Texas
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  • Excellent9%
  • Very good28%
  • Average45%
  • Poor14%
  • Terrible4%
20 Mar 2017
“Red light district”
13 Sep 2017
“Girls from the Balkan.”
Pieter Vanderdoncktdoorgang, Ghent, Belgium
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Reviewed 14 September 2017

Just passed by... Mainly because the newspapers published new facts. Ladies behind the windows regularly change. The reason why, is easy to understand: no more borders in the European Community. People can travel where they want to travel. And they do! New ladies at the...More

Thank 2jerome
Reviewed 18 June 2017

This is the red light district for Ghent, A series of small windows with a chair for them to display themselves to passers by. The women are in various stages of undress and to put it mildly, things can get a little crazy! Certainly not...More

Reviewed 20 March 2017

An atraction for adults i guess, the name comes from the glass roof and all the windows where the ladies try to sell themselves. Famous in Ghent and when you have time just walk trough it. Its safe and noone will bother you.

Thank HugoColle
Reviewed 23 October 2016

If we say this is an attraction point than we must say it's not for everybody.Why?Simple,it's part of a Ghent's Red Light District!It'a a not very long street,covered with glass roof.On the both sides are girl's window cases.No photo allowed.

Thank zuv
Reviewed 12 December 2013

i know this place walked through it many times as a short cut, Not only to look at the women which one cannot help to all are dressed as normal not provocatively

4  Thank gentenaar2013
Reviewed 26 June 2013

Me and my gf had a walk about to fill an hour while we waited for our coach. Knock off of amsterdam by the looks of it(been there also). If that is your thing then might be worth a visit, if not then you might...More

1  Thank Anti-Clockwise
Reviewed 29 November 2012

Problems recently with the "Glazenstraat". Too much noise, fighting at night, too much traffic.... No misunderstanding: this is the prostitution area... Women of all races and nationalities can be found here. Nothing the see and to do here at daytime. The girls only appear when...More

1  Thank 2jerome
Reviewed 27 September 2012

My wife and I took a stroll through the Ghent RLD and Glass Alley-- obviously not a very long excursion as there are maybe two blocks to the whole "neighborhood". The girls were seemingly attractive; however the whole experience was marred by (believe it or...More

4  Thank FeloniusMonkey
Reviewed 17 February 2012

The Ghent Red Light District is rather small but 2 of it's streets are really charming, and worth a detour. They must be one of the oldest covered shopping galleries of the world as the first part dates already from 1846-1852. Some decades later, a...More

7  Thank GayReviews
Reviewed 23 January 2012

What "de Walletjes" are for Amsterdamis this "Glazen Straatje" for Ghent.

2  Thank GhentErwinfromghent
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