Because it's real old!
Leuven, a small city in surface but great in it's history.
One of the eye-catchers is this precious gothic townhall from the 15th century, the grand beguinage, not to mention all the old buildings from the university founded in 1425.
The treasury of the St. Peterschurch contains 2 original paintings, The Last Supper from the Flemish Primitive painter Dirk Bouts.
Being a martyr city in the first world-war, a lot of traces from this period can be found, as well as from the helpful support of the USA.
What about the beer-capital, where the biggest brewery in the world once started as a local brewery in 1366.
History, architecture, students, beer and atmosphere: discover it all within walking distance!
The medieval center of the city including the townhall, The St Peterschurch, the medieval universtity buildings, the Old Market Place with the Kotmadam, the grand beguinage, the University library and much more.
St. Peterschurch treasury is only possible during opening hours of the museum beging from Monday till Saturday from 10am till 15 pm, on Sunday from 12am till 15 pm. The entrance of 2. 5 euro is not included in the price.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 2 hours
Everything is within walking distance.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 euro - You don't need any extra cash unless you want to taste the Leuven beer Stella Artois or one of our other Belgian delicious products like chocolates, waffles, french fries, etc...
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We had the BEST time with Elsy! She brought the city to life and was very interesting and fun. Our university group learned so much and had a blast. Thank you!