What would be Paris without its gorgeous parks and gardens? If you feel like going green without even leaving the French capital, we suggest you go and (re)discover the most beautiful green places in the heart of the city. From famous places to the most secret gardens, we invite you to enjoy the most beautiful parks and gardens in Paris, as well as the fascinating story hidding in their landscapes.
The Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris reopens
Paris Jardin du Luxembourg is a park valued by Parisians – nicknaming it “Le Luco” – as much as tourists. A bucolic and very lively garden that makes whoever comes to have a walk happy and even more when the sun is out! The parks reopens from May 30, 2020.
The Tuileries Garden reopens
The Tuileries Garden is a must-see place in Paris! This garden goes along rue de Rivoli, linking two very famous places in Paris, the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde. And when we visit it, we quickly understand why the Tuileries Garden is a listed monument since 1991. We find manies statues along with works of art. Discover it from Sunday May 31, 2020.
The Arènes de Lutèce, an amphitheater in the heart of Paris reopens
Have you heard of the Arènes de Lutèce? This very-well preserved Gallo-Roman amphitheater can be found in the heart of the Square des Arènes de Lutèce and presents a true symbol of the Parisian way of life!
Jardins du Palais-Royal, one of Paris’ beloved parks
The Jardins du Palais-Royal is one of the most coveted places in Paris when the sun shines. Let us tell you why.
The Parc des Buttes Chaumont in Paris reopens
The Parc des Buttes Chaumont set in Paris 19th arrondissement is one of the biggest green areas in Paris. For a run, a picnic or a bucolic walk, this large green setting is a must.
Paris Parc André Citroën reopens
Parc André Citroën is set in Paris 15th arrondissement. This garden offers its visitors a green stroll in the middle of varied landscapes. We tell you everything.
The Coulée Verte, a verdant walk in Paris
The Coulée Verte René-Dumont is a very beautiful but little-known walk in Paris unveiling a verdant path covering Bastille to the Bois de Vincennes, going above the Viaduc des Arts. This is an original spot to discover another face of Paris!
Jardin des Grands Explorateurs, a little-known stroll in Paris
Have you heard about the Jardin des Grands Explorateurs? This little-known park in Paris, set a stone’s throw from the Jardin du Luxembourg, is yet worth the trip. Here, you will discover a secrete stroll in the middle of statues, as well as the magnificent Fontaine des Quatre-Parties-du-Monde.
Parc Floral, a magnificent green setting in Paris
Did you know? By the Bois de Vincennes, the Parc Floral is a super great place for children and grown-ups. On the menu, strolls surrounded by peacocks and beautiful plants, open-air games for children, miniature gold, four-wheeled bicycle rides, botanical wonders and more!
Parc de Bagatelle, an idyllic place in Paris
The Parc de Bagatelle expects you by the Bois de Boulogne to make you enjoy its enchanting setting. From the Château de Bagatelle, to the beautiful rose garden, including the vegetable garden, here is a magical place.
Palais Galliera square, a wonderful green park in Paris
A sun-filled garden awaits you behind Palais Galliera. This lovely green setting, also named Square Brignole-Galliera, is the ideal place to treat you to a break in a great place.
Jardin Naturel Pierre-Emmanuel in Paris where nature is the strongest
In Paris, by the Père Lachaise cemetery lays an uncommon place where nature returned. Here is the Jardin Naturel Pierre-Emmanuel, a wild plant conservatory unveiling rich biodiversity.
Musée de Cluny’s medieval garden, a place untouched by time in Paris
How about travelling back in time? We offer you to go and discover a lovely park in Paris Latin Quarter. Here is the Musée de Cluny’s Medieval Garden.
Square Georges Cain, a little-known open air-like museum garden in Paris
In Paris, the Square Georges Cain is a very outstanding location. Set a stone’s throw from the Musée Carnavalet, this little-known park provides us with a nice green setting where you can discover remnants of monuments. Let us tell you more about this square looking like an open-air museum.
Albert-Kahn museum’s garden, an exceptional lush garden at the gates of Paris
Missing greenery and nature? Run to the Albert-Kahn museum and discover its exceptional garden to enjoy a wonderful change of scenery. On weekends, you can enjoy this wonderful invitation to travel to the heart of nature.
Parc du Domaine de Sceaux, a historic place with a verdant landscape
In Hauts-de-Seine, the Parc du domaine de Sceaux is a landmark. This gigantic green setting attracts nature lovers and celebrates Hanami, the yearly blossoming cherry tree festival.
Domaine de Saint-Cloud: a festive place at the gates of Paris
Domaine de Saint-Cloud is the magnificent park of the Château de Saint-Cloud, now gone. But today still, this magical estate is a festive place for local inhabitants and Paris lovers.