The Herculean Alliance offices are located in the beautiful historic city of Mechelen, Belgium. We are blessed to work in a unique citylife/business concept, called De Vleeshalle. Companies that want to improve employee engagement need to work best on culture, tools and also their location. So do we.

A long time ago, the entire hall was a market hall for butchers only. Now the monumental hall is a culinary hotspot in the heart of Mechelen. Twelve food stands give it their best shot every day. They make fresh dishes to eat on the spot. On the second floor, you will find a few companies, including the Herculean Alliance.

  • An inspiring location in a historic city
  • Plenty of meeting rooms
  • Easy to reach
  • Ideal for Herculean After-work on Friday
Herculean Alliance De Vleeshalle

How to reach us

De Vleeshalle is located in the heart of Mechelen (Google Maps). Perfectly accessible by train, bus, bicycle or on foot. By car is also possible, but we prefer to keep the city centre as car-free as possible!


By car; You can park in one of the public car parks nearby:

  • Parking Inno Mechelen
  • Parking Gote Markt
  • Parking Cathedral
  • Center parking
  • Parking cattle market
  • Parking Zandpoortvest
  • Parking Douaneplein (free, use shopping shuttle)

Public transport

From Mechelen railway station, it’s a fifteen-minute walk to De Vleeshalle. If you come from Mechelen Nekkerspoel rail station, it takes 10 minutes. The bus De Lijn also takes you to De Veemarkt, only 3 minutes by foot.


The Herculean Alliance offices are located in Mechelen at De Vleeshalle. You will find us in offices 12 and 13, Huidevettersstraat 7, 2800 Mechelen, Belgium. Don’t hesitate to pop in and say hello. Let’s have a cappuccino together!

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