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TOP 5 – STRASBOURG’S PARKS

TOP 5 – STRASBOURG’S PARKS

JARDIN BOTANIQUE

Tramway C, E or F
Stop : Université

Located in the heart of the city the botanical garden exhibits to the public over 6000 varieties of plants. It is for young and old a place of discovery and introduction to nature. The garden is divided into an arboretum, a botanical school and a set of greenhouses. In addition, the Botanical Garden offers all yearround exhibitions, entertainment and other cultural events for children and adults.

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PARC DE L’ORANGERIE

Tramway E
Stop : Droits de l’Homme

The Orangerie Park is the largest green space in the city of Strasbourg. Located in front of the Palais de l’Europe, the park offers several attractions: a small zoo, a stork breeding sanctuary, a bowling green, a small lake, a waterfall and more.

JARDIN DES DEUX RIVES

Tramway D
Stop : Port du Rhin
Bus 2
Stop : Jardin des Deux Rives

This garden symbolises the perfect friendship between France and Germany. Throughout the year, this huge cross-border garden is home to plant exhibitions and cultural events including concerts, dancing and circus performances. A footbridge links both banks of the Rhine.

PARC DE LA CITADELLE

Tramway C & E
Stop : Esplanade

Designed by Vauban following the surrender of Strasbourg (1681), the “citadelle” (fortress) was chiefly intended to defend the Rhine Bridge. The 12-hectare parkway located among the remains of the fortress blends in delightfully with the multi-level architecture, moats and vegetation.

PARC DU HEYRITZ

Tramway A & D
Bus : 14, 24 or L
Stop : Etoile Bourse

The new Heyritz Park is located in an area that has been lacking green space until now. It covers an area of 8,7 hectares and is an open invitation for everyone to visit, stroll and chill.