The Klouschtergaart situated in the Gronn is home to a series of indigenous plants that are cultivated with the purpose of reintroducing them into our ecosystem in places where they no longer exist. Not only plants feel comfortable and thrive at the foot of the Bockfiels, a rock that is neighbour to the Abbey of Neumünster where you can regularly attend concerts and exhibitions, many of them for free. Not to forget our beloved Péitruss running in that same valley, the Grund, and whose river banks offer several cosy places for picnicking and relaxing in summertime. All in all, simply the best alternative for those amongst you who are fed up with a crowdy Kinnekswiss or want to cool down their feet in a refreshing river water.
MORE FREE TIME IDEAS
Cloister garden used by the municipality to preserve biodiversity
Old slaughterhouse converted into a skatepark and graffit gallery
Europes most beautiful balcony
The award-winning trail through the city
Park decorated with sculptures
Large and modern skatepark