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Jardin des Tuileries, Paris

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Separating the Louvre from Place de la Concorde, Jardin des Tuileries are semi-formal French gardens that have survived centuries. Catherine de Medici created them in 1564, and they were revamped 100 years later. The gardens serve as a cultural walking space, where Maillol statues complement those by Rodin and Giacometti. To relax, go towards one of the benches at either of the two ponds, where people drive model boats on the water. For a quick snack, stop at one of the cafes, ice cream shops, or crépe stalls surrounding the space. The low cut of the impeccably manicured hedges around the statues allow you to photograph each one in full sunlight. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Jardin des Tuileries and many more Paris attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Paris trip itinerary planner.
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  • exceptional garden, sculptures scattered in space, games for children (trampoline) a little chers.la big wheel, still a superb panorama. A break in traffic hell.
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  • Boredom with the gardens "to the French" is little sink little into nothing and they are sad to cry, it is far time or Louis XIV was showing its gardens and wrote a pamphlet "How to show the gardens of Versailles", it would have taken to restore this forgotten heritage, it is impossible! It became a shambles. The garden of the Tuileries is an example of living dead, irrelevant, to see the Museum of the Orangerie 1852 (paintings Impressionist and postimpressionnistes), the Concorde square.
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  • I'm downtown, a nice green lung where persons walking, jogging, sport or delight in reading, with the Louvre on one side and background magnico Champ Elysee with the Arc de Triomphe on the other. A place to linger a bit or get across simply. Pleasant.
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  • Beautiful gardens that seem to go on forever. You need at least 2 hours to walk through but I recommend at least 3 to enjoy it. There are many fountains and it's almost a maze to conquer. I also recommend you grab a map of the gardens that have the best route to take for a morning or afternoon walk through them. Amazing!
  • Relaxing garden. People go there to busk in the sunlight, read, eat or have a chat. Wish I could live in Paris and come here often to enjoy the atmosphere. There are chairs around the pond which you can grab to sit and get on with whatever you came here to do. The best thing would be to enjoy a refreshing drink and read a book.
  • This is such a beautiful garden nestled in such a busy part of the city. I went during the summer and the weather was nice and temperate. Sit near the fountain on one of the free reclining chairs and take in the views. There are some nice street artists which can be more pricey than buying the artwork at a local street market. Non-the-less it's a nice spot to just sit back and take in the Parisian vibes.
  • Such a wonder park. Have a walk along the avenue, sit down next to the fountains, look at birds flying by. What a nice afternoon.
  • One of my favorite places in all of Paris. I saw leisure in a new perspective after hanging out over there. You can spend a whole day there without ever leaving, there are plenty restaurants and food trucks to feed your appetite as you are enjoying the endless beauty of the garden.