Auderghem is an elongated commune that stretches out between the late 19th century boulevards and the Sonian Forest. It has a lot of green spaces, which will certainly become clear during this walk. But Auderghem is also a commune with great contrasts. In addition to being a place of forests and many parks, Auderghem also includes busy traffic routes such as the E411, the Chaussée de Wavre and the Boulevard du Souverain. In between there are charming residential areas with a sometimes intense community life, and a diverse population including many Eurocrats. During the walk we also cross the border with Watermael-Boitsfort. The Logis and Floréal horticultural districts are architectural and urban highlights of the interwar period.
This walk is available at the tourist reception offices of visit.brussels.
(Rue Royale 2-4 or Grand-Place – Town Hall).