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Parking rules and prices - Piscine Neptunium

Nearby parking

On-street parking: paid - orange zone

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Alternatives around

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Cheapest parking on street

Blue zone - disc

no cheaper parking available

This page will help you park easily around your destination - Piscine Neptunium . It will inform you about free, disc or paid parking spots and the prices and schedules of these. The interactive map beneath will help you find free, cheap and more advantageous parking in 1030 Schaarbeek.

Parking - Piscine Neptunium
Parking nearby

Piscine Neptunium is situated in a paid parking zone. This parking zone is colored in orange on the map above. Here are the details of the parking rules for this zone:

Alternatives to park around

You can often find free or cheaper parking zones near your destination, however these are usually not easy to find. We have listed these parking zones hereunder. Feel free to check the interactive map of Seety to find all the best parking spots.

1. Alternatives for 5min walking

If you are ready to walk 5 min, you will find 1 alternative(s) that's more advantageous. These zones are often cheaper or give you the opportunity to park for longer. You will find the details for these zones below:

Blue zone
  • From Monday to Saturday from 09:00 to 21:00
  • Parking time: 2h
  • Parking disc mandatory.
  • Free parking without time limit for disabled people.
  • Fine: 25€/4h30, 100€ in front of schools (Monday to Friday - 7.30am to 9am).
2. Alternatieven voor 15 min lopen

There are no cheaper zones available for 5 min walking

Piscine Neptunium

She has seen the first swim and crawl for several generations of children - and adults - Schaerbeek ... In 2017, the pool Neptunium celebrated 60 years! It was time to give her a makeover. The renovations are underway. The pool is currently closed. Info works >>> History In the 30s, Schaerbeek boasted of possessing three swimming pools: communal pool which one can still see the sign Kessels Street; the school Basin Josaphat Street; the outdoor pool Josaphat Park. After the Second World War, the decision was made to build a new pool, bigger and better adapted. The neptunium was opened in 1953 near the Crossing and the old Sports Palace Site. It was enlarged in 1957. At the time, the neptunium meet the Olympic standards with its pool of 33 meters (the requirement of 50 meters came later). In 1995, the neptunium was closed for renovation: new roof, double glazing, installation of a slide, a recreational area (Jacuzzi, sauna and Turkish bath) and a solarium next to the pool. The new ongoing work aim: the re-development of the locker room; insulation of facades and roofs for comfort and make the building more energy efficient; replacing some frame; the renovation of the canopy and the glazed facade; the installation of a surveillance system with cameras to prevent drowning; replacing the old heating system with condensing boilers; Renewal of the ventilation system; installing a heat pump; renovating interior finishes (tiles).

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