Walking tour

The colourful displays of nature

The many small parks in northern Brussels are a real treat for nature lovers. From Square du Vingt-et-un Juillet/Square van de 21e Juli and its memorial to Queen Astrid, the Florist’s Gardens with their ornamental flowerbeds, the former royal orchard that is now Parc Sobieski/Sobieskipark, the Jardin Colonial/Koloniale Tuin to the Pocket Parks – compact green spaces occupying otherwise unused plots of land like the Halte Royale/Koninklijke Halte – they all have so much to offer. On your visit, can you spot the first colourful signs of autumn?

In French only.

In cooperation with Brussels Chatterguides.

Practical information

Sat. & Sun. at 10:00, 13:00 and 16:00 (duration: 2 hours).

Starting point: at the entrance to Stuyvenbergh metro station, at the corner of Avenue Houba de Strooper/Houba de Strooperlaan and Boulevard de Smet de Naeyer/de Smet de Naeyerlaan, Brussels-Laeken/Laken
Advance booking strongly recommended: call 0485 70 71 06 or e-mail Up to 25 people per tour.
6 Stuyvenbergh
19 Stuyvenbergh