Here we suggest five parks to wander through in the city of Strasbourg. You can get there by foot, public transport or by car.

The Botanical Garden

The current Botanical Garden of the University is from 1884. It has more than 5,000 species of plants in ​​3.5 hectares.

Address 28, rue Goethe

How to get there

  • Bus: 7, stop Université
  • Tram: C, E, F, stop Université


Opens every day of the week from March 1st to December 23rd:

  • March 1 to April 30 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • May 2 to August 31 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • September 1 to October 31 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • November 2 to December 23 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Annual closing: December 24 to February 28, both included, May 1 and November 1 and 11.

There are guided tours on the first Sunday of the month from March to December at 3 p.m.




The Park of the Heyritz

The park is located in an area where there are no relevant green spaces. It has several paths for pedestrians and cyclists, a footbridge that crosses the canal, a floating pontoon, a playground and an esplanade to practice sports.

Address Chemin du Heyritz

How to get there

  • Bus: L1, stop Lycée Pasteur

The Orangerie Park

It is the oldest park in the city. Its ​​26 hectares include a mini farm, the zoo (free admission), a circuit of vintage cars, a lake where you can ride a canoe, a dog park, the Joséphine Pavilion that houses temporary exhibitions, a bowling alley and Le Buerehiesel, a half-timbered house that houses a restaurant.

Address Avenue de l’Europe

How to get there

  • Bus: 30, 72, L6, stop Conseil de l’Europe

The Park of the Citadel

The park, which has 12 hectares, is located in the neighbourhood of l’Esplanade. Built in 1964 around the remains of the citadel built by Vauban in 1681.

Address rue de Boston

How to get there

  • Bus: 30, stop Ankara

Jardin des Deux Rives

The Rhine crosses this garden, leaving a part in Germany and another in France. To pass from one shore to another, pedestrians and cyclists can use the footbridge of Deux Rives. In this garden concerts, cultural activities and temporary exhibitions of vegetables are held.

Address 3, rue des Cavaliers

How to get there

  • Tram: D, stop Port du Rhin

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