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See Parks in Paris

Jardin des Tuileries

The Jardin des Tuileries is located between the Louvre and place de la Concorde. It is the oldest and largest public garden of Paris. The designer of the park is the same architect as of the gardens at Versailles. People who visited the Versailles gardens will imagine how stunning this park is. Jardin des Tuileries is declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. It is a formal garden with beautiful paths, perfect lawns and exquisite sculptures – copies of ancient works.

Jardin du Luxembourg

The 25-hectare park is located in the 6th arrondissement and is a wonderful family attraction. The park was created in 1612 and since has become one of the greatest parks in Europe. There are six tennis courts, playground for children, and unique sculptures. Locals bring their children for pony rides, ice-cream stands, puppet shows, sailing in the central fountain. Also, on the wooded side of the garden you will see people of different ages playing chess. So, Jardin du Luxembourg is an absolutely perfect place for family weekends and a must-visit tourist attraction.

Jardin des Plantes

This park is the main botanical garden in France and home for four museums. It contains more than 10.000 species and tropical greenhouses. Also, there is a small zoo. Ideal place to bring kids both for fun and for educational purposes. Jardin des Plantes was initially a royal medicinal garden in 1626. But in 1640 it became available for public. This enchanting spot is like something from fairytale and appearing there you will feel yourself in a wonderland.