How to find us

Leuven University Press - Minderbroedersstraat 4, box 5602 - 3000 Leuven - Belgium
T 016 32 53 45
F 016 32 53 52
info@lup.be 


Private transport

From highway E314:
From highway E40, exit on to highway E314:

  • Take exit 15 (Leuven) from the highway..
  • Follow this road to Leuven (expressway).
  • Continue under the overpass.
  • Continue in the direction Leuven Centrum.
  • Follow the Kapucijnenvoer.
  • Turn right on the fourth street (Minderbroedersstraat).
  • Leuven University Press is on the left in the Minderbroedersstraat on the opposite of the Sint Pieters College.

Coming from the ring road around Leuven:

  • Follow the road beside the overpass.
  • At the traffic lights, follow the direction Leuven Centrum.
  • Follow the Kapucijnenvoer.
  • Turn right on the fourth street (Minderbroedersstraat).
  • Leuven University Press is on the left in the Minderbroedersstraat on the opposite of the Sint Pieters College.

Public Transport
All buses, direction Leuven:

  • Get off at the Margarethaplein.
  • Cross the Mathieu de Layensplein in the direction of the Pensstraat.
  • Follow the Pensstraat and continue to the Parijsstraat.
  • Walk ahead until you find the Minderbroedersstraat on the right.
  • Leuven University Press is on the right in the Minderbroedersstraat on the opposite of the Sint Pieters College.
  • Walk through the gate and cross the courtyard to our offices.

By foot from the trainstation (+ / - 20 min)

  • Take the Bondgenotenlaan until the end.
  • Cross the Rector De Somerplein in the direction of the City Hall.
  • Walk ahead until you find the Parijsstraat at your left.
  • Follow the Parijsstraat until you find the Minderbroedersstraat on the right.
  • Leuven University Press is on the right in the Minderbroedersstraat on the opposite of the Sint Pieters College.
  • Walk through the gate and cross the courtyard to our offices.

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