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Getting there

Corda campus

Located in the dynamic city of Hasselt, our Tech Campus is strategically positioned within a one-hour driving distance from major cities and airports including Brussels, Antwerp, Liège, Maastricht (NL), and Aachen (D), with convenient access within 1.5 hours from Düsseldorf (DE) and 2 hours from Rotterdam (NL) or Köln (DE).

Displaying a vibrant community of 250 companies and 5000 individuals, Corda Campus is a hub of innovation and technology. With a diverse mix of startups, scale-ups, and both Belgian and international corporations, our campus is a magnet for forward-thinking endeavors. This blend fosters a dynamic and active network that is invaluable to the Corda business community, facilitating interactions and collaborations throughout the day. Whether it’s enjoying a morning croissant at Corda Latte, unwinding with after-work drinks at the Corda Bar, or indulging in a gourmet dinner at the CORdAAT, each moment at Corda Campus is filled with energy and opportunity.

By bus

With a bus stop in front of the door, Corda Campus is very easy to reach.
Buses from Beringen (route 2), Genk (routes 9 and 35), Bree (route 13), Maaseik (route 16), Achel (routes 18a and 182), Kleine Brogel (route 22), Lommel (routes 29 and 180), Neerpelt (route 48) and more stop at our campus.

By train

Alight at Hasselt-Kiewit NMBS station and walk across to Corda Campus. The Genk/Hasselt to Ghent Sint-Pieters IC train runs every hour in each direction. During the rush hour, commuter trains to Genk and Brussels Midi stop here too.

By bicycle

Bikes are more than welcome on Corda Campus! Many of the cycle paths making up the cycle route network pass us. Park your bike in one of our (covered) bike sheds, use the showers and lockers and start work fresh for the day!

Rent an e-bike

Fancy a bike tour starting from our campus? We have electric bikes available for rent here. Find out everything you need to know here:

By car

In addition to public transportation, Corda Campus is also easily reached by car thanks to the good connections to the E313 and E314.
From Brussels – Leuven: take the E314 towards Aachen and exit at junction 29 (Houthalen-Helchteren).
From Genk – Aachen – Maasmechelen: take the E314 towards Brussels and exit at junction 29 (Houthalen-Helchteren).
From Antwerp – Beringen: take the E313 towards Liège and exit at junction 27.
From Tongeren – Liège: take the E313 towards Antwerp and exit at junction 27 (Hasselt-West) or 29 (Hasselt-Oost).

By plane

The city of Hasselt is located in the center of Europe and easily accesible by plane. There or more than 7 airports within the range of 1,5h near Corda Campus!   Brussel-Zaventem (1h), Eindhoven (1h), Liège (45 min), Antwerp (1h), Maastricht (1h)  Brussels-South (1,45 min) and Düsseldorf (1,5h). But also Amsterdam Aiport is only at 2,5h driving distance from Corda Campus.

Food & beverage


At Corda Campus you are never hungry. With Corda Cuisine (lunch & free flow), Corda Bar (lunch & bites) and Cordaat (fine dining) you have several options at hand.

The nearby Hasselt is a city of good taste. And we don’t just mean in style and fashion – your taste buds will be spoiled here, too. From early morning to late at night, from casual street food to a sophisticated six-course dinner, from local produce to exotic discoveries, they’re all just a stone’s throw away from each other. Please feel free to join us!

The City

Hasselt, the capital of the province of Limburg in Belgium, is a hidden gem that attracts tourists with its charming blend of historical richness and modern vitality. The cozy city is renowned for its vibrant cultural scene, including the Jenever Museum, dedicated to the traditional Belgian juniper-flavored gin, which offers visitors a unique taste of local heritage. The city’s streets are lined with an enticing array of boutiques, cafes, and restaurants, set against a backdrop of stunning architecture that ranges from the medieval St. Quentin’s Cathedral to the contemporary Z33 House for Contemporary Art. Hasselt’s commitment to green spaces, exemplified by the Japanese Garden, the largest of its kind in Europe, provides a serene escape within the urban landscape. With its warm, welcoming atmosphere, Hasselt is an ideal destination for those seeking to explore the richness of Belgian culture and history, while enjoying the comforts and excitement of city life.