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Leuven, Grauwmeer 1

€ 250 / pp / month

Leuven, Interleuvenlaan 62

€ 40 / pp / month

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About Leuven

Located east of Brussels in Belgium, Leuven is known for its breweries. If you are into your "hops" this is definitely a town to investigate and maybe linger in for a while, as it's the birthplace of beers such as Stella Artois, Keizersberg, Domus and Leuvense Tripel plus there are numerous bars to hangout in. Leuven is the capital city of the province of Flemish Brabant with more than 100,244 souls meandering around its streets. Home to the "Katholieke Universiteit Leuven" that is the largest and oldest university of the Low Countries still in existence, it's also where you will find one of the largest hospitals in Europe, UZ Leuven. If you are looking for the beer, Anheuser-Busch inBev is the world's largest brewer and one of the 5 largest consumer-goods companies in the world, so you will definitely have no trouble finding it when you need to throw back a beer after being in a coworking venue all day.

A beautiful old town that was first mentioned in 891 when a Viking army was defeated in the Battle of Leuven, the city has plenty of sights for the history buff to get excited about. The 15th century town hall has spires aiming for the stars and its walls are decorated with hundreds of statues of saints, biblical characters and local figures. There is a long square where you can hang out in one of the many bars or cafes watching the passing parade or you could get educated at the Higher Institute of Philosophy that is famous worldwide for its archives of the German philosopher, Edmund Husseri.

Leuven has its fair share of creative and tech savvy souls hanging around its streets that are a part of the blossoming Belgium startup scene with its capital Brussels becoming a booming hub for entrepreneurs. Initiatives such as Health Tech, Fintech hackathons and Startupweekend are putting the country onto the global scene. Belgium's government has stepped up by providing various innovation grants, funding for accelerators plus tax incentives and even government investments. With its highly educated population and tech savvy youth, Belgium's tech scene is optimistic about the country's prospects. Coworking venues are providing one more source in its ecosystem where innovative minds can gather in collaborative bliss, especially after being at the bar that claims to offer 300 different beers.