Travel directions

Travel directions

By Car

Leuven is at the junction of two major motorways: the E40 and the E314.

  • From East Flanders, Antwerp, Breda
    Take the E19 towards Brussels; take the Ring around Brussels (R0) towards Namen/Luik/Luchthaven Zaventem/Brussel; take the E40 direction Liège/Luik; exit onto the E314 (Leuven-Hasselt-Genk) but immediately take the first exit on the E314 (Leuven); turn left at the first traffic lights. The building of the ETF will be on your right after about 600 meters.
  • From Maastricht, Genk, Aken
    Take the E314 towards Leuven; take exit 15; turn left at the first traffic lights. The building of the ETF will be on your right after about 600 meters.

Parking facilities
There is ample parking available.

By Bus

From the railway station in Leuven, bus lines 7-8-9 to Egenhoven – Bertem or line 395 to Overijse – Groenendaal, bus stop ‘Groeneweg’ (not Groeneveld). The bus stop is right in front of the ETF. Ask the bus driver to stop across from the ‘old Jesuit Seminary’ if you feel you need to.

To use the bus while you are in Leuven, you can purchase a 10-trip card (10 one way trips) for €15.

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By Taxi

A taxi ride from Brussels Airport to ETF will cost about €40, from Brussels South Charleroi Airport tot ETF about €90, and from the train station in Leuven to ETF about €15.

By Train

Within Belgium
Leuven is a 20-minute train ride from Brussels, 30 minutes from Liège and 55 minutes from Antwerp. From Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent and Liège there are direct connections to Leuven every hour, seven days a week.

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Within Europe
A train journey from Leuven to the station Brussel-Zuid (Bruxelles-Midi) takes just half an hour. The high-speed trains Eurostar or Thalys can take you from there to Paris (1½ hours) and London, Amsterdam or Cologne (2½ hours).

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By plane

Brussels Airport (28 km)
Brussels Airport has its own train station with direct trains to Leuven. The station (Brussels National Airport) is underneath the airport and is accessible via elevators and escalators in the arrivals hall.

Bus 616 has a direct route from Brussels National Airport to a bus stop close to ETF (bus stop Heverlee Veldstraat – 302926). There is a bus every 60 minutes in both directions and the trip is about 45 minutes. The bus terminal is underneath the airport, platform A (bus stop ‘Zaventem Luchthaven Perron A’ – 305558).

Brussels South Charleroi Airport (90 km)
Brussels Charleroi South airport is a one hour drive from Leuven. You can take the bus to the railway station Charleroi-Sud (Charleroi-Zuid) and take a train from there to Leuven. Via the website you can buy a ticket for train and bus.

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