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Assets of Brussels

Assets of Brussels
Density of the high-speed train and air links for international travel.
 
 
•  Ecolabels to encourage the tourism sector to modernise.
 
 
• Particular attention paid to participatory tourism.
 
 
• A city accessible to people with reduced mobility, Brussels for All.
 
 
• A Green region

• A constant and progressive greening of the Region started in the mid-1990s with the development of "green continuities" that incorporate green areas and organic corridors into public spaces.   
 
• Incentive policies for the greening of walls and roofs
 
Remarkable walking areas, like the Promenade Verte green walk, 63km long, the Forest of Soignes which covers nearly 5000 hectares, an ever-growing network of cycle routes, a network of long-distance footpaths, a large number of parks, etc. 
 
Participation in the pioneering European Green Network (REVER), the Véloroute cycle path network and La Voie Verte. 




 

 

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