At the Expo you can visit country pavilions who show their culture, plants, flowers and local innovations. Have a look and get inspired by all the participating countries.
Have a look at all the beauty that Bangladesh has to offer in terms of nature and its products, with the shapla (national flower) as the inspiration for the pavilion's shape.
Stroll through the Belgian garden full of edible flowers, take a look at the sustainable pavilion or find a moment of relaxation at one of the garden’s seating areas.
Discover this beautiful garden with the theme 'A Growing Chinese Bamboo Garden', which combines traditional Chinese landscape architecture and the latest horticultural developments.
Cyprus shows how a barren urban area can be transformed into a park that gives life to the city with the help of native plants.
Find a quiet place at UNIVERSE, a monumental statue designed by Václav Fiala.
Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. In The Green House, Ethiopia invites you for a cup of coffee. An invitation to drink coffee symbolises friendship, respect and hospitality. In Ethiopia, coffee is an important part of the culture.
Knowledge and modern innovations go hand in hand in the French pavilion. Come and experience the city of tomorrow.
The German pavilion is a good example of how modern horticulture can bring the city and nature together. The garden is symbolic of continuously growing and changing cities.
Sino-Europe Horticulture Association (SEHA)
The SEHA takes you through a beautiful rhododendron garden, filled with color.
Discover typical Indian wood carvings at the India Pavilion and browse around the colourful gift shop.
Thailand exhibits a Thai garden full of water lilies, curcuma, ornamental plants and a vegetable and herb garden in combination with a beautiful playground for children.
Enjoy a contemporary and sustainable Mediterranean garden, full of scent, colour and taste. Flowers alternate with edible plants that can be used in traditional Italian dishes.
Discover Japan and its remarkable floral beauty, culture, art and technologies.
Can you create a fertile climate where water is scarce? Find out how this can be done here, with herbaceous plants such as lavender.
The Luxembourg pavilion is an architectural interpretation of a leaf, inviting you to reflect on the former Luxembourg steel industry and its transition to the development of a green city.
Discover the future of house building, with sustainability and circularity as the key elements. The design of this pavilion makes it possible to build homes quickly and sustainably.
The Desert Nest exhibition is inspired by nature and life in the desert, offering a forward-thinking vision for sustainable ways to live in harmony with the environment.
United Arab Emirates
As the world's population grows, so does urbanisation in areas of high heat and drought. UAE draws inspiration from the plants that still thrive under extreme conditions.
In the World Village, various countries like Chad, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen and Ghana proudly share their culture and their vision of the Floriade theme 'Growing Green Cities'.
The Nature Friendly Pavilion draws attention to the new shape that the cities must take, along with the growing interest of the inhabitants for nature.
At Sudan, be inspired by their culture and their vision on the Floriade theme of 'Growing Green Cities'.
Let yourself be taken along to Suriname's green highlights, sustainable tourism and horticulture.
Switzerland takes you on an innovation journey and shows solutions to accelerate environmental protection.
Yemen is part of the World Village where different countries proudly share their culture and their vision on the Floriade theme 'Growing Green Cities'.
The Green House
The unique greenhouse complex – The Green House – is the place where Dutch greenhouse horticulture presents itself, including a few countries. Discover innovative and sustainable exhibits of circular greenhouse horticulture in this unique greenhouse complex. The hypermodern greenhouse is 1 hectare in size and 170 metres long.
Every country that is present at Floriade with a pavilion organises a National Day during Floriade. On these days, the host countries provide a special cultural programme on the main stage and show the best of their home countries: music, dance or theatre.