Connecting studying students
The Finnish telecoms giant with the slogan ‘We create technology that helps the world act together’ is bringing students together during the difficult revision period. In their boardroom you can tackle the problems your course is causing you just, like a real businessman/woman. From the 11th floor Nokia offers you a unique panoramic view of, amongst others, the Zoo and the trains coming into Central Station. We hope that your concentration is as durable as their Nokia 3310. You can enter Nokia upon presentation of your student card.
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Open on working days from 07:30 till 18:30.
Note: you will download the current opening hours. Please check the website for possible changes in opening hours.
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There’s a lift bringing you to the 11th floor. You’ll find a wheelchair accessible toilet at the ground floor. Ask for it at the reception desk.
Time for a break
You can have access to Nokia's recreational room The Switch for a game of table football, for ping pong or for a board game. For access, you can ask for a badge at the reception. During lunch time, you can make use of Nokia's own restaurant with a varied food offer at the ground floor. For a (healthy) lunch and a coffee, you can also find at the Kievitplein a Pain Quotidien. Do you have some more time to spend? Just go and get a salad or a soup in Salade Sociale, a little cosy restaurant nearby. Have you just finished an exam and do you want to go nuts? In the Simonsstraat you can find the party place Ampère, where you can awake energy yourself by moving on the dancefloor. But our ultimate tip, that’s a visitation to the Zoo. Come on, no place better to relax…
Want even more inspiration? At this study location you will find the Antwerp Student Guide with all the must-know addresses in the neighbourhood.
With the train? Central Station is literally next door, take the Kievitplein exit and you’re already there!
There are plenty of bike racks under Central Station. There is also a Velo station on the Mediaplein, just next to the square.
Would you rather take the bus? Buses 17, 21 and 32 stop at the Lange Kievitstraat stop. Bus 20 stops at the Van Den Nestlei stop. From those bus stops, it’s a five minute walk to the Nokia building. Trams 2, 6, 9 and 15 stop in the pre-metro station Diamant. From here it’s just a ten minute walk. You can plan your ideal trip with the De Lijn route planner.