Sint-Pieters-Leeuw (Belgium) is partly situated in the valley of the Senne and partly in the Pajottenland. It has a population of over 30000, spread over 4063 hectare.
In the shadow of the Coloma Castle you find one of the major rose gardens (rosary) in Europe.
From June to Octobre You can enjoy over 3000 varieties on 65000 buches.
The roses of Flemisch growers as well as international prize winners are assembled here.
And the park has a bonus in store: an orchad with old fruit trees with ramblers round the trunk.
Open: May 15th – October 31st, 10-20h. Closed on Mondays. Free admission
Info: Tourism office Sint-Pieters-Leeuw (0032)-2 371 22 62
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