Orangerie Park (Parc de l'Orangerie) Tours and Activities
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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.
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.
Address: Avenue de l'Europe, Strasbourg, France
Hours: 24 hours
1 Tours and Activities to Experience Orangerie Park (Parc de l'Orangerie)
No more visits in the cold, in the rain, with strangers without a guide! Come and discover, through a comfortable, covered, ecological and environmentally friendly means of transport, privatized tours with audio commentaries in several languages French, German, English, Italian in groups of 1 to 4 people maximum. In order to discover some emblematic places of the city of Strasbourg and their stories. Such as the Notre Dame Cathedral, the European Parliament, the Palais du Rhin, the Parc de l'Orangerie, the Vauban dam, the covered bridges, the Palais de l'Europe, the European court of human rights, the square Gutenberg, Saint Nicolas Church, Saint Thomas Church, Synagogue de la Paix, Place de la République, Strasbourg National Theater, Place du Marché Gayot, Old Customs House, Historical Museum of the City of Strasbourg, Place du Cochon de milk, raven court, the mirror hotel, raven bridge, university square, Arte headquarters, Agora council of Europe
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What are Orangerie Park (Parc de l'Orangerie) hours of operation?
Orangerie Park (Parc de l'Orangerie) hours of operation: 24 hours. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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