A leopard doesn’t change its spots!

16/09/2017 - 16/09/2017

In Saint-Gilles, hidden parks, ponds, grottos, bridges and waterfalls appear like 18th century follies, sometimes rendered in strange panoramas and romantic refuges. All these small things that have been reshaped by man, mimicking Mother Nature, conceal undeniable know-how and expertise. In an about-turn, nature is making a strong comeback and reinvading the urban landscape: stand in awe before the mini waterfalls in Square Ambiorix/Ambiorixsquare, or the new walkway over the Ravel on Avenue de Tervuren/Tervurenlaan, which once connected the city centre to Tervuren. A bus tour that will highlight the strength of nature combined with the urban landscape.

In cooperation with Itinéraires, sur les Sentiers de l’Histoire.

Practical information

    • in front of the rear entrance to Pierre Paulus Park
    • rue Hôtel des Monnaies
    • 1060 Brussels
    • Saturday only at 9h00, 11h30 and 14h00 (duration: 2 hours)
      Please note that bookings are essential. Call 02/537.68.75 (from Monday to Friday, 10h00 to 13h00). Up to 45 people per tour. In French only.
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      Parvis Saint-Gilles/Sint-Gillisvoorplein
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      Parvis Saint-Gilles/Sint-Gillisvoorplein