A lot of things to do, especially if you are with kids, a lot of playgrounds and even a restaurant in the middle of park
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We took a walking tour of the city which included walking around the L'Orangerie. It was lovely. And they have interesting birds and monkeys to see too! It is close to the EU Parliament buildings, so easy to walk around that too.
We visited on a Friday in early October. The flowers were still in bloom and the grounds were well kept. The cafe didn't look to be open and the bathroom doors were locked. Thankfully the bathrooms at the opposite side of the park closest to...More
Our first tine here and it was very pretty. Gardens well kept and beautiful flowers. Great walking around and enjoying the first days of fall. Visit the free zoo area and then take the kids to the large playground. You can spend hours here. Bathrooms...More
Worth visiting after viewing the European parliamentary buildings especially on a warm dry afternoon. A small zoo in the park, unattended but completely free, adds interest and the cafe/restaurant is in a nice position overlooking lake, fountain and waterfall. Walk back towards Strasbourg centre along...More
Students, families with children, and couples were all found strolling around this beautiful park. Take your time and perhaps pack a picnic.
This park is stunning. Has a relaxed vibe with very mature gardens that are maintained to an excellent standard. There is a large pond, grass areas, playgrounds and a restaurant and cafe. A good and cheap place to explore on a nice day.
A manicured parc opposite the Council of Europe international organisation. Many beautiful flowerbeds, a fountain and statute, many resident storks both in an enclosure and on rooftops, no cars allowed.