When we are in Paris, we hardly resist the desire to walk in the Tuileries Garden. And for good reason, it connects two other jewels of the French capital, the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde. On one hand, the Seine follows the stream of its riverbed, while, on the other hand, the rue de Rivoli delights passersby with its beautiful façade and superb addresses. In the middle of all these splendors, the Tuileries Garden is viewed as the core of the Paris of your dreams!
And for good reason, it’s the oldest formal French garden in Paris. So, when we hang there, it’s a true step back in time. In the early days, we found the Palais des Tuileries, demolished in 1883. From now on, it’s a lively place that is the scene of many Parisian events such as the FIAC outside the walls, the Tuileries funfair, as well as Jardins, Jardin.
The Tuileries Garden is filled with beautiful statues and several ponds filled with ducks and fishes on which you can sail wooden sailboats. Many chairs are also available to soak sunbeams in or take a bucolic nap! It also houses two cultural venues, the Jeu de Paume as well as the Musée de l’Orangerie, set near the Place de la Concorde. The occasion to put a lovely final touch to your walk or start your walk in this legendary garden right off.
Jardin des Tuileries
Place du Carrousel
75001 Paris 1