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Leuven celebrates the outdoors by offering residents and visitors a feast of open-air concerts, street theatre and movies and most of these are free. Getting the public involved in the festivities extends to calling on volunteers to grace a fashion catwalk wearing designs that have transformed everyday objects into wearable art. Being a university town means that enthusiastic responses and fun creations from students are guaranteed.

There is no better place for enjoying Leuven’s rich architectural history, as well as the zest for the outdoors displayed by its residents than the old market square. Pubs fill the streets and a large variety of beer is available. During the summer months the constant party atmosphere leaves few outdoor tables free. The city’s main market square holds the monumental St Peter’s Church built in the Gothic style popular in the 15th century. It also presents the city’s architecturally renowned town hall, whose building was influenced by several famous architects. It is not surprising that architecture is one of the main claims of the city’s university.

Sending a flower delivery to Leuven as a gift will suppose an even greater appreciation of nature, so consider letting your family and friends living in this city know how much they are loved.

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