Place Des VosgesCurrently Open
- Address: Place des Vosges, 75004 Paris, France
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Square, Architecture
One of the finest squares in Paris, Places des Vosges is a gorgeous place surrounded by 17th century townhouses and beautifully manicured gardens. It is also the oldest planned squares in Paris. A great place for people watching or just a lazy stroll, there is also a children’s park where your kids can run around. The area is home to some great restaurants, art galleries and boutiques.
- Nearest subway- Chemin Vert, Bastille.
- Ma Bourgogne
- Cafe Hugo
- Clasico Argentino
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3.33% of people who visit Paris include Place Des Vosges in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
36.5% of people start their Place Des Vosges visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Place Des Vosges
92.25% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Place Des Vosges
A lovely park to sit and people watch. We like taking a break here. It's quiet due to the surrounding buildings and in warm weather, the grass is full of impromptu picnics. There's a large sandbox in the center for kids to enjoy. The oldest public square in Paris is worth a visit!
A great park for people watching. The park itself is normal but the surrounding building (or the area itself is historic). Maybe a little bit hard to find as you need to go through other building to get to the park (Hotel Sully which has become the headquarter for French Monument establishment)
For light relief from museums and traffic I'd recommend you treat yourself to a nice wander around here, maybe a drink at the cafes outside, and take stock of your day before continuing on.
The first planned public square in Paris. Very relaxing park. Worth a stroll through the park and perhaps relax on a bench or eat a light lunch on the lawn.
Oldest public park in Paris, as beautiful as ever. Definitely check it out when you visit.