Enough of wandering in the center of the city? You want to venture into other areas of town? So follow the road of the Green Belt (Promenade verte, in French): a marked-out route of sixty kilometers through green and semi-naturals areas of town.
Online, you can find a map and suggested itineraries of 5 to 10 kilometers each, so you can pick which area you want to visit and then take some action: walk or bike!
It’s a perfect way to discover the city. Each part of the Green Belt shows a different face of Brussels and the walker can have an idea of the former numerous villages that today constitute the Capital of Europe.
From the Soignes Forest to the Pajottenland (which inspires Brueghel the Elder), from the Canal’s banks to the (now underground) Senne river… A multitude of houses, farms, fields, footpath, natural parks will be on your road.
A green and alternative way to discover the city!