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Serviced Office Space Hasselt

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Hendrik van Veldekesingel, Hasselt, 3500

Our ref: # 17466

Situated on Hendrik van Veldekesingel, this business centre has all the amenities expected from a large city, without the price-tag. There are countless amenities in the area, including rest...

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Area Information

Hasselt is a Belgian city and municipality, and capital of the Flemish province of Limburg. The Hasselt municipality includes the original city of Hasselt, and the old communes of Sint-Lambrechts-Herk, Wimmertingen, Kermt, Spalbeek, Kuringen, Stokrooie, Stevoort, and Runkst, as well as the hamlets and parishes of Kiewit, Godsheide and Rapertingen. The area of Hasselt prides itself on being a cycling paradise. There is a comfortable network of cycling trails, with additional facilities like biking cafés, and bike-friendly accommodations. The trails range from nice and flat along the rivers and canals, to sporty and challenging with steep climbs and fast descents.

Business Information

Genever or jenever is the name for the traditional Dutch Gin that Holland is known for. Its production is still an important local business. Traditional jenever is still very popular in the Netherlands and Belgium and European Union regulations specify that only liquor made in these two countries, two French provinces, and two German federal states can use the name jenever. Many sections of Hasselt, Belgium are filled with great options for offices to rent. Deloitte, the second largest professional services network in the world, has offices in Hasselt.

Entertainment And Dining Out

The town centre of Hasselt is small and very sociable. This predominantly car-free zone has a number of celebrated buildings and it is pleasant to spend the day walking around, having something to eat or drink, and enjoying the historical atmosphere. Among the oldest buildings in the town centre are the St. Quentin’s Cathedral and Herkenrode Abbey refuge house. The Grote Markt, which is the large central market square, and the nearby streets are lined with pubs, restaurants and taverns. Demerstraat and Koning Albertstraat are the most important shopping streets in the town. On Kapelstraat and Hoogstraat you will find expensive shops offering several famous brands. Boon - The Chocolate Experience - offers a fabulous respite from shopping and sightseeing. They have fancy chocolate, great coffee, and even a wide selection of chocolate cocktails.

Transport Information

Hasselt is within an hour’s drive from the airports of Brussels, Liège, Maastricht-Aachen, Antwerp, Cologne-Bonn, Düsseldorf, and Charleroi. It has an IC train station offering regular service to points within and beyond Belgium. Hasselt is easily accessible by car on motorways E313 (exits 27 - 28 - 29) and E314 (exit 29). Public transport by bus is free in Hasselt. CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)