Leuven is a town that is certainly worth a visit. It has got a very rich patrimonium that is recognized and visited more and more. The main church (Sint-Pieterskerk), the city hall, the Groot Begijnhof, …

It is in general a really charming place in which you should have a nice stay. Of course it is also a university town (about 30.000 students). Many nice places to visit, many bars and restaurants to welcome you …

Check out the wikipedia page on Leuven: website.


There is a bistro inside Sportoase with a varied menu and sandwiches - saturday open until 18h30. Always pre-order!

Some of our favorites (always make a reservation!):

By train: There is a fast train connection to Brussels-Midi from Amsterdam, Paris, Köln & London. Brussels to Leuven there’s a 35 minutes train leaving at regular intervals.

By car: Leuven is a 30 minute drive from Brussels; less than an hour from Liège, Charleroi, Genk, Namur and Antwerp; a little over an hour from Gent and Lille and two hours from Luxembourg.

Parking in the streets is limited (max. 2 hours). There is a big underground parking (Parking Philipssite): weekends and evenings: € 1 per hour with a max of € 5 per 12 hours.

By air: The airports of Zaventem (20 minutes) and Charleroi (1 hour) are quite close to Leuven as well.

Bus in Leuven: There is a good connection between the station (bus stop "Station Leuven") and the venue (bus stop "Sportoase, Leuven"). Plan your route online.
  • Fri: Frequently until 21 h; every half hour until 24 h; every hour until 2 h 30
  • Sa: Frequently until 18 h; every half hour until 24 h; every hour until 2 h 30
  • Su: Every 20 to 30 minutes
Available tickets (click here) are one-way tickets, day or group tickets or cards for 10 trips (can be shared). They can be bought at a kiosk, on the bus (not all of them!) and per SMS/App (click here).

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