The new Provinciehuis is the ideal place to motivate your brain in style! The building has a beautiful curvature and has multiple triangular windows, which makes the modern look come into its own. Moreover, the Provinciehuis is not only beautiful, but it is also dominated by sustainability, comfort, safety and accessibility. The compact building is 58 metres high and has 14 floors, so there is plenty of room to put all those books in your head!
Koningin Elisabethlei 22
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WIFI - Free coffee - Free tea - Free water
Register at the reception. Here you will receive a badge and directions to one of the following levels where you can study:
• Floor 3 (6 study places)
• Floor 11 (6 study places)
• Congress center, floor +1 (12 study places)
You can park your bike in our undergrond bicycle storage (visitor part). Take the stairs next to the parking driveway to the bicycle storage (side of the Koningin Elisabethlei). Take that same stairway back and walk from the outside to the entrance hall. Don't forget to lock your bike!
The Provinciehuis is wheelchair accessible .
Are you tired of studying and do you need a well-deserved break? For a coffee break you can go to Fosbury & Sons Coffeelabs, if you’re (really) hungry, you can go to the Italian restaurant A Tavola and if you want to get a reward after studying you can go to De Koninck. These three great places are all within walking distance of the Provinciehuis, so you don’t lose too much time.
The Provinciehuis is very easy to reach. The stops Provinciehuis (lines 2, 6, 17, 30 and 191), Lokkaardstraat (line 22) and Harmonie (lines 2, 6, 7, 15, 17, 30 and 191) are just a stone’s throw away from this high-end studio location! Plan your own route via the routeplanner of De Lijn. The nearest Velo-stations are 042-Harmonie, 046-De Merode and 099-Generaal Leman.
You can park your own bicycle in our underground bicycle shed (visitor’s area).
Take the stairs with the low steps next to the parking entrance (Koningin Elisabethlei), it will lead you to the bicycle shed. Via the same staircase you walk up again to go to the entrance hall.
Remember to lock your bike.