A city with centuries-old cultural heritage and a lively, creative atmosphere
Relax and soak up the unique Leuven atmosphere outside the conference room.
Discover Leuven's major sights and its unique history behind the beautiful facades.
Our splendid Town Hall
The town hall is Leuven's pride and joy.
Moreover, it's one of the world's best-known Gothic town halls. It took three architects and thirty years to build it.
Leuven's 'Hall of Fame' features 236 statues, which were only added to the façade after 1850.
The Great Beguinage
The beguinage dates from the 13th century.
It consists of a series of romantic alleys, courtyards, gardens and parks with dozens of houses and convents built from traditional sandstone.
The Great Beguinage was listed as UNESCO world heritage in 1998.
‘The Last Supper’ in Saint Peter's Church
'The Last Supper', painted by Dirk Bouts between 1464 and 1468, is an absolute masterpiece.
Dirk Bouts was one of the Flemish Primitives and was also known as ‘the painter of silence’.
University Library and Tower
Climb the tower to get a splendid panoramic view of the city.
Don't miss the wonderful reading room.
Park Abbey is an exceptionally well preserved 12th-century heritage site on the outskirts of Leuven, surrounded by green space.
The site of Abbey is the home to various partner organizations. For example Parcum, the museum and centre of expertise for religious art and culture and the internationally renowned Alamire Foundation.