Brussels is full of parks, gardens and forests, offering inhabitants and
visitors 27 m2 of green space each. It is Europe's greenest capital city.
Accompanied by its 'greeters', discover Brussels on foot, and you'll
encountering almost nothing but trees! Sustainable features are everywhere
in Brussels: on its roofs - from the royal library's urban allotment to the
EU institutions' beehives - and in its Slow Food restaurants, eco-certified
accommodation and Europe's biggest pedestrian area. Objects are given a new
lease of life at the composting workshops, repair cafés and the vintage
boutiques of Marolles.