The green walk, "Promenade verte" around Brussels 7 different sections

Posted on 01.05.2018

Green Leisure

1) The "Plateau du Heyzel", the Royal Parks (6,3km): Discover the landscapes which once bordered la Senne, as well as different green areas around the Royal Domain.
(Place Saint Lambert-Laeken > Rue de la Marne-Evere)

2) Between Senne and Woluwe (6,5km): Discover more urban paths, take the roads which connect different green spaces with each other. 
(Parc Doolegt-Evere > Hof Ter Musschen-Woluwe-Saint-Lambert)

3) The  Woluwe Valley (9km): Discover la vallée de la Woluwe, its springs in the Forêt de Soignes, the semi-natural sites and the big landscaped parks from the end of the 19th century.

4) The Forêt de Soignes and the south part of Uccle (8,15km): Discover the beauty of la Forêt de Soignes and the many green areas in the south of Uccle.
(Chemin des Silex-Boitsfort > Chaussée Saint Job Kinsendael-Uccle)

5) Between Vogelzangbeek and Geleytsbeek (10,3km): Discover the nature of the  Vogelzangbeek valley, the surroundings of the Brussels-Charleroi canal and the bottom of the Geleystsbeek valley.
(Kinsendael Chaussée St Job-Uccle > Route de Lennik-Anderlecht)

6) Pajottenland (6,8km): Discover the beauty of the rural landscapes west of the Brussels Region.
(Route de Lennik-Anderlecht > rue Kasterlinden-Berchem-Ste-Agathe)

7) Molenbeek Valley (8,7km): Discover the big diversity of the green areas bordering la vallée du Molenbeek in the Brussels Region.
( rue Kasterlinden-Berchem-Ste-Agathe > Place Saint-Lambert-Laeken) 

Green walk of Brussels

 Guide of the green walk in French and Dutch: