The Geographical Arboretum of Tervuren is a gorgeous open-air museum built over a century ago at the behest of King Leopold II. The nature reserve is part of the Sonian Forest, home to over 700 different tree species from Europe, Asia and America. The majestic sequoias from North America's West Coast and the monkey-puzzle trees from the Andes will leave you awestruck. Sign up for this tour scheduled for 8 May!
- When? You can register for a tour on 8 May. Tour starts at 2 p.m.
- Duration? 2 hours
- Price? 2 euro p.p.
- Meeting Point? Parking Arboretum (Vlaktedreef, Tervuren). Vlaktedreef is a continuation of the Jezus-Eiklaan (parking area near the entrance)
- Accessibility? Sadly, the car remains the best way to reach the Arboretum. You can find more information about the location and accessibility on this webpage.
This walk is part of the ‘Guided tours for internationals’ of Tourism Flemish Brabant.