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I compiled this information during my short visit to Ghent on 12th January I cannot guarantee total accuracy but at time of writing I believe it is the most up to date and comprehensive record of the red light district you will find in any language. Ghent has to be one of the most scenic cities in Europe. It's full of medieval architecture including a cluster of the most spectacular churches. A short way South of these churches and still very much in the city centre is the small red light district consisting of nearly red light windows.
A little further South are Pieter Vanderdoncktdoorgang including Glazen Straatje details lower down page and Schepenenvijverstraat. There really aren't enough windows for it to have taken over or influenced the local area and doesn't have a seedy feel to it at all.
Even the most prudish tourists won't be offended and the attractive glass passage way Glazen Straatje is a must if you are in the city for the historic buildings. Trains run regularly from main Brussels stations to Ghent Sint-Pieters and take no more than 40 minutes. This station is in the south and about 20 mins walk to the red light district and city centre. If you are coming down from the North and changing at Antwerp then you should get off at Dampoort visible in first map below which is a little closer and to the North East.
Trains between Antwerp and Ghent Dampoort take around 50 mins. Hotel Ibis Gent St. Hotel Residence Cour St Georges Hotel NH Gent Belfort Hotel Novotel Gent Centrum.
I don't have specific dates yet. It is a protected historic passageway similar to the posh shopping alleys in Paris. If you enter it from Brabantdam you will have the North West side to your right. The first two windows on both sides are part of Brabantdam shops. A little further you will see the red and blue lights indicating you are now in a rather unusual red light district.