The next few days are going to be sunny! Paris is full of beautiful parks and gardens, which invite you to relax far from the hubbub of the city.
Here is a first selection of the most beautiful parks of the capital where to stroll with the arrival of the beautiful days!
The Luxembourg Garden
The Jardin du Luxembourg was created in the 17th century and offers 23 hectares of greenery. Around a large pond, French and English gardens are set alongside a fruit garden and remarkable trees at the foot of the Senate.
pl Edmond Rostand 26 r Vaugirard, 75006 Paris
RER B : Luxembourg
Metro 4 : Saint-Suplice, Odéon
Metro 10 : Odéon
The Jardin des Tuileries is considered the oldest green space in Paris and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Created by the great landscape designers such as André Le Nôtre, Louis XIV's gardener who designed the gardens of the Palace of Versailles. Today, the Tuileries garden is the emblem of Paris with its 23 hectares which shelters 2800 trees and its ancient sculptures.
113 r Rivoli, 75001 Paris
Metro 1: Tuileries, Concordes, Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre
Metro 8,12 : Concordes
Buttes de Chaumont Park
The Buttes de Chaumont park, offers an original space with its steep hillock that offers an incredible view of Paris. With its 25 hectares, it is one of the largest green spaces in the capital.
The Buttes de Chaumont Park
5 r Botzaris, 75019 Paris
Metro 7 bis : Buttes Chaumont, Botzaris
The Parc Montsouris offers a surface of 15 hectares and is inspired by the London parks. Ideal for a pleasant stroll under the 1400 trees, it is also very popular for its lake and the many species of birds to observe.
2 r Gazan, 75014 Paris
RER B : Cité Universitaire