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  • Address: Avenue de l'Europe, Strasbourg, France
  • Hours: 24 hours
Stretching over 2,600 hectares, the Parc de l’Orangerie is Strasbourg’s largest and oldest public park and the principal attraction of the city’s northeastern Orangerie neighborhood, or European Quarter. The tranquil, flower-lined gardens were created in honor of Napoléon’s wife Joséphine (although the empress never visited the park) and were laid out in 1804 by André Le Nôtre, who was best known for designing the gardens of the Palace of Versailles. 
One of the Orangerie’s principal landmarks is the Europe Parliament building, which fronts the northwest entrance to the park and has served as the seat of the Council of Europe since 1977. It’s an impressive sight, lined with flags from the EU’s 28 member states. Additional highlights of the park include the Joséphine Pavilion, a small zoo and stork sanctuary, a rowing lake and several playgrounds, as well as a network of walking and cycling trails. 

Practical Info

The Orangerie Park is located a mile northeast of Strasbourg’s Grande Ile and can be reached by tramline 6 from the city center. Admission to both the park and zoo is free.

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Sightseeing Tour of Strasbourg by Pedicab, Strasbourg, null

Sightseeing Tour of Strasbourg by Pedicab

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Explore Strasbourg in a relaxed way on a pedicab as you are taken round the main points of interest in the city.

Location: Strasbourg, France
Duration: 60 minutes (approx.)

From USD $71.33

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