Oudenaarde is a city located in the south-east of East-Flanders. It’s easily accessible by public transport, by car or even by boat.
Each Thursday from 6.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m., during the weekly market, the city center (Grote Markt, Hoogstraat, Nederstraat) of Oudenaarde isn’t accessible by car nor bus. During the annual Easter fair and September fair and other events, the city center might also be less accessible.
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Stop: Oudenaarde markt (city square of Oudenaarde)
If you get off on the city square, you’re already in the historical center of Oudenaarde. The Tourist Office is located in the city hall. Autocars can stop in front of the city hall to allow the passengers to get off.
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When you get off the train in Oudenaarde, the easiest way to reach the city center is by following the ‘Stationstraat’ to the Tacambaro Square and then continuing via the ‘Hoogstraat’ or ‘Nederstraat’ until you reach the city square.
Take the E40 and the A10 towards the coast. Take the exit in Zwijnaarde and enter the A14/E17 towards Kortrijk. Take exit 8-De Pinte to enter the N60 towards Oudenaarde/Nazareth. Take a right turn at N60/’Nieuwe Steenweg’. Continue driving on the N60. Take the N453 exit towards Avelgem/Petegem/Kortrijk/Oudenaarde. Turn left at the ‘Minderbroederstraat/N453’ and follow this road up until the roundabout. Go straight on the roundabout.
Take the E17 towards Kortrijk. Take exit 8- De Pinte to enter the N60 towards Oudenaarde/Nazareth. Take a right turn at N60/’Nieuwe Steenweg’. Continue driving on the N60. Take the N453 exit towards Avelgem/Petegem/Kortrijk/Oudenaarde. Turn left at the ‘Minderbroederstraat/N453’ and follow this road up until the roundabout. Go straight on the roundabout.
Take the A14/E17 towards Kortrijk-Oost/Gent/R8. Take exit 6-Kruishoutem towards N459. Go straight on the first roundabout. Turn right to enter the N60. Take exit N453 towards Avelgem/Petegem/Kortrijk/Oudenaarde. Turn left at the ‘Minderbroedersstraat’/N453. Go straight on the roundabout.
In an old branch of the Scheldt river, just outside of the city center of Oudenaarde, between the sluice and the draw bridge, you can find the marina. It’s located in a serene, green and flowery environment. The quay has a length of 350 meters and is also accessible to wheel-chair users.
If you come by boat, you’re also free to use the quay on the river Scheldt located at the archaeological site of Ename.