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Leuven
Things to Do


  • Fun Oase
  • Fun Oase has it all: indoor race circuit, funhouse, slides, air shooters, free gaming zone, kiddie rides, air hockey & separate play area for toddlers. Fun for kids guaranteed!
  • Address:
    • Philipssite 6
    • 3001 Heverlee
    • Leuven
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 16 62 42 88
  • Christmas Market
  • Enjoy the heart-warming pleasures of the season at Leuven's nostalgic Christmas market & fair. Through out the winter, you can also have a city guide to help you explore.
  • Address:
    • City centre
    • 3000
    • Leuven
  •  
  • Cooking-workshop
  • Perfect venue to learn the art of food & Belgian beer pairing. Starts with a beer tasting & then guests receive a medley of foods to work into a custom snack to match to each beer.
  • Address:
    • The Loft
    • Vaarktom 53
    • 3000
    • Leuven
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 474 97 12 54
  • Cinema ZED
  • Cinema ZED brings a mix of new movie titles, repeats of old classics and audiovisual productions including documentaries, television productions and short films.
  • Address:
    • Naamsestraat 96
    • 3000
    • Leuven
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 16 32 03 22
  • Leuven Beer Stories
  • Experience a journey through the history of the old cafés and breweries of the wonderful beer-capital, Leuven. From 1st April to 31st October you can enjoy a special guided tour.
  • Address:
    • Guided Tour
    • 3000
    • Leuven
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 16 20 30 20
  • Provinciaal Domein Kessel-Lo
  • This recreational park has playgrounds, electric & rowing boats, mini-cars, roller-skating & an outdoor heated paddling pool. Sports enthusiasts can play tennis, football, volleyball & basketball.
  • Address:
    • Beemdenstraat
    • Holsbeeksesteenweg
    • 3010
    • Leuven
  •   Telephone+ 32 (0) 16 25 13 92

Tourist attractions and things to do in Leuven, Belgium.

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