Jardin Des Tuileries, Paris
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Jardin Des Tuileries, Paris - Address, Phone Number
Address: Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Outdoors, Garden, Park, Walking Area, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
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Like any well regarded park in Paris, the Tuileries Garden is an excellent picnic spot, peaceful, sunny and shady. It’s a really good idea to chill out here after a long day of the Louvre, or walking the Champs Elysees. Made by Catherine de Medicis as the arrangement of the Tuileries Palace in 1564, it was finally opened to people in general in 1667, and turned into an open stop after the French Revolution.
In the nineteenth and twentieth century, it was the spot where Parisians celebrated, met, promenaded, and gathered for ceremonies. If you’re interested in Monet and Renoir, visit the nearby l’Orangerie museum. Check out the photograph art exhibit in the park too.
Jardin Des Tuileries Information
- Enjoy stunning views of the Seine from the Terrasse du Bord de L'Eau at the south end of the gardens.
- The park may become very muddy after rains.
- Beware of pickpockets.
How To reach Jardin Des Tuileries by Public Transport
- La Gaulosle
- Bistro Volna
- Restaurant Le Medicis Lecointre
- Le Quai
Restaurants Near Jardin Des Tuileries
- La Gaulosle
- Bistro Volna
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This garden is immense. probably 12-14 large city blocks. It is divided into quite a number of smaller and larger areas...some have restaurants, some have statues and benches, some have lawns surrounded by flower beds. There is a carousel. There is a playground. There is a large promenade from one end to the other. There is an immense fountain with a built in seating on it's edges and dozens of benches and chairs around it. The fountain area has an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower.
It was a lovely little place to walk around or relax for the day. However, I was not a fan of the street vendors trying to forcefully sell you things in the park. But that is near the entrances, I don't believe they are allowed to sell inside the actual park. So once inside it is lovely. The Louvre is right in walking distance and there are shops surrounding the entire garden.
A very beautiful huge garden in the heart of Paris. You can enter the Louvre from here. Great for a walk. Or to sit and watch the world go by. Or watch silly tourists posing to be able to put their finger in the glass pyramid of the Louvre. Nice outdoor junk food. If you are lucky you might get to hear some superb busking. A place to relax and unwind and be French! Right now there are some public works going on so a lot of its beauty is not apparent... It is still a fabulous place to go to.
Top attraction in Paris. Come here to stroll around the gardens, taking in the beautiful scenery in the middle of the city. This park transports you our of the hustle and bustle of Paris and into the past with its gorgeous flowers and statues. You can play pétanque, lounge in the available chairs as you read, or enjoy an ice cream as you walk around the gardens and fountains. Not to be missed.
As far as a garden goes, there are much better places. This one is nice because it is in the middle of a bunch of popular destinations. Grab some food for take away and picnic here for a nice cheap lunch.
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