The Most Beautiful Parks in Paris

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Paris has various attractions that range from historical landmarks to shopping stops and modern cafes. But amidst it, all are lovely green spaces and gardens where travelers can relax like Parisians. Parks in Paris are magnificent and elegantly designed, and you could spend hours and never get exhausted. Check out our best picks of the parks in Paris to visit.

Jardin du Luxembourg

The city’s most famous park, the Jardin du Luxembourg, provides a view of Parisian life. The park is perfect for Couples who love strolling with their partner. In comparison, one can also notice the older adults enjoying rapid-fire chess with cherished pieces at weathered boards. It was encouraged by Florence Boboli Gardens and highlights a French and an English garden. It has a forest, an orchard, fountains, a pond, and an apiary where you can study beekeeping.Jardin du LuxembourgParc des Buttes-Chaumont

Parc des Buttes Chaumont is one of the city’s most extensive green areas, with decorated slopes hiding caves, a lake, waterfalls, and even an island covered with a temple of Sibylle. Buttes Chaumont is a favorite place for Parisians, who come here to practice tai chi, catch a sunset, take the kids to a puppet show and pizza at popular Le Pavillon Puebla, or relax with a glass of wine and a sunset picnic.Parc des Buttes-Chaumont Parc Monceau

Parc Monceau is undoubtedly one of the best Paris luxury tours: its areas contain an Egyptian pyramid, a Venetian bridge, a Chinese pagoda, and Corinthian pillars, to name just a few Instagram-worthy highlights. Today, Parc Monceau continues its majestic reputation with iron gates donning gold adornments, ponds, trees, statues, and a Renaissance archway from the former Paris City Hall.Parc MonceauJardin des Tuileries

Placed within the Museum of Natural History in the 5th arrondissement, Jardin des Plantes is the leading floral garden in Paris. The park is popular for its glasshouses representing the garden’s main galleries. It’s also home to the Musée de l’Orangerie, where artworks by Monet are displayed.Jardin des TuileriesJardin du Palais Royal

Just a short stroll from the Louvre, Jardin du Palais Royal is a relaxing spot for tourists looking to rest in the city’s middle. Developed in 1633, Palais Royal and its enclosing palaces are rich in history. It’s popular for the Colonnes de Buren, 260 white and black lined octagonal columns that stand at differing heights in the park’s inner courtyard. The Palace of Versailles is just a short drive away from the park, or you can book private tours of Versailles to explore the magical estate.Jardin du Palais Royal Parc de la Villette

From open-air movie screenings in the summer to amazing breakdance shows, this is probably one of the most vibrant and culture-centered parks in all of Paris. The Parc de la Villette also possesses a special children’s area called the ‘Jardin des Vents et des Dunes’ with play areas for kids from 0-13 years. There’s also an amazing slide near the water that’s sure to entertain your little ones.Parc de la Villette

Conclusion

These parks in France will surely make you fall in love with French. Be it enjoying a hot cuppa, contemplating thoughts, or cozying up in the charming atmosphere, these parks allow you to do it all. Whenever you are on your holiday to Paris, do not forget to hit these draws!

 

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