Sobieski park & Florists’ Gardens
The Florists’ Gardens are certainly among the most beautiful green areas of the Brussels region. Hosting old greenhouses from the time of Leopold II who has initiated this park, the Florist’s Gardens also offer a magnificent view on the city and are a harbor of piece close to one of the most visited attractions of Brussels, the Atomium.
The Florists’ Gardens can be reached via the Sobieski park (close to metro Stuyvenbergh)
© S. Malaisse
Coordinates: 50.8856684, 4.3453130999999985
Coordinates: 50.8957303, 4.346484000000032
Albert Street – pedagogical garden
This is piece of land of 30 ares, owned by the city of Brussels and Infrabel. It is a green pedagogical space accessible for all (schools, résidents, associations and businnesses). It is a naturel garden which aime at enriching the biodiversity by favouring local faune and flore. It is also a cousu garden where résidents meet and sure their ideas.
It is open to the public each 3rd Sunday of the month (10-13h). Guided walks are organised by Laeken Découverte. Access can also be organised on demand. Contact person : Georgette Van Hees & Jean Louis Smeyers, 26 rue Jan Bollen à 1020 Bruxelles, firstname.lastname@example.org – Tel 02/428.75.27
At the corner of Albert Street and Palais Outre-Ponts Street, 1020 Laeken
Coordinates: 50.8753375, 4.360382500000014
Park of Laeken
Coordinates: 50.89250000000001, 4.348611099999971