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Top park recommendations from locals

Garden
“My favourite garden is Tuileries! Its so nice to take the famous parisien green chair and enjoy the atmosphere in front of the fontaine!”
  • 481 locals recommend
Garden
“Surrounded by no fewer than 180 elegant arches, its tranquil garden of almost two hectares, redesigned by Le Nôtre in 1674, is a peaceful haven that's ideal for a relaxing stroll. Adorned with lime trees, chestnut trees, sculptures and a large central pond, it's the perfect place for a rest, a romantic walk, an impromptu picnic or a spot of reading. Near the garden, in the inner courtyard (Cour d'Honneur) of the Palais-Royal, you can also see Buren's famous black and white striped columns, a contemporary installation that looks like a giant chessboard... The garden of the Palais-Royal is the only garden in Paris classified as “Remarkable Garden” by the French Ministry of Culture. ”
  • 57 locals recommend
Park
“Lovely spot for a picnic, a good book, a romantic date, or just contemplation of your life choices :)”
  • 21 locals recommend
Park
“A former urban highway, now turned into a park all along the Seine. Absolutely delightful, with lots of activities along the way.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Park
  • 2 locals recommend
Park
“Closest small public playground nearby. A nice place to sit and let your kids play.”
  • 1 local recommends
Park
“Dans le 2ème arrondissement de Paris, au cœur du quartier du Sentier, une œuvre sculpturale, signée Patrick Blanc, a de quoi impressionner et attirer l'attention. Il s'agit d'un mur végétal de 250 m2 et de 25 mètres de haut, comprenant 7.600 plantes et pas moins de 250 espèces différentes! ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Park
“If the weather is nice, you can’t visit Paris and feel the atmosphere of Parisian life without having a picnic here. Look at the touristic boats passing by while sipping some wine”
  • 1 local recommends
Park
  • 1 local recommends
Park
“The Tuileries Gardens take their name from the tile factories which previously stood on the site where Queen Catherine de Medici built the Palais des Tuileries in 1564. The gardens, which separate the Louvre from the Place de la Concorde, are a pleasant place for walking and for culture for Parisians and tourists.”
  • 1 local recommends