Leuven in 24 hours
9 am: EXPLORING
Don't make the city wait; take a walking route along the most beautiful sites in the historical city centre. The themed walks provided in the walking package will get you off to a good start.
11 am: OFF TO THE MUSEUM
The diversity of Leuven is shown in contemporary and older art on exhibit at M-Museum Leuven. The M collection is primarily made up of art created in Leuven and Brabant from the Middle Ages until the 19th century.
1 pm: TIME FOR SOUVENIRS
Shop, shop, shop. Enough great addresses and speciality shops for you to be sure to find an original souvenir. Take a stroll along the antique and bric-à-brac market on Saturday.
3 pm: BREWERY VISIT
On Saturdays and Sundays, you can visit Brewery Stella Artois. Following the tour, you can enjoy a delicious sample... Cheers!
19u: DINNER TIME
At the waterside? On a pleasant square? Under an old tree? Leuven has a wide range of unique places to dine.
21u: LEUVEN BY NIGHT
Going out on the Oude Markt or enjoying the evening sun in a lovely garden... Those are only a few of the options that are always open to you. But there is a good chance something is going on in the city: a carillon concert, a live performance on a square or in a café,...
Leuven in 48 hours
Are you finding it hard to see Leuven properly in just one day? Hardly surprising! Which is why you should book a room in one of the charming accommodations; use this programme as a handy guide and make it a great two-day stay.
9 am: ON THE BIKE
Out of bed early for a cycling tour along romantic locations with the ILUVLeuven route in and around the city? All of the sites are rich in character and history.
12 pm: LUNCH
You can stop for a picnic en route. You will find plenty of inspiration from the variety of local produce from Leuven and surroundings. You are sure to find a lovely lawn covered with daisies.
3 pm: VISIT THE TOWN HALL
Meet up in the town hall for a guided tour. This fine example of Gothic architecture is an absolute must-see!