SASC 2006 - Stream Ciphers Revisited

Special Workshop hosted by the ECRYPT Network of Excellence
Leuven, Belgium, February 2-3, 2006

Gettting around in Leuven

The best way to get around the centre of Leuven is by foot, as the centre is very small and driving is a nightmare. If you come by train, you arrive at Leuven train station, which is on the Martelarenplein. If you need a map, we recommend to use map24. Below is a map of a part of the city centre. The blue flag is the train station, the orange flag is the conference venue.

Gettting to Leuven

Important remark : Leuven is about 25 km east from Brussels. Do not confuse Leuven with Louvain-La-Neuve, where the francophone university UCL is situated. Louvain-la-Neuve is about 30 km away from Leuven!

Brussels international airport (Zaventem)

You can fly to Brussels airport from all over the world, see their site. There are two options to get to Leuven:

Speed train

Thalys (from Paris) and Eurostar (from London) arrive in Brussels South (aka Brussel Zuid - Bruxelles Midi) train station. From there, you can take a direct train to Leuven. A one-way ticket costs about €5, and the journey takes about 30 minutes. You can buy and print tickets online here, or just buy them in the ticketing office at the train station.