The Palace Garden in Paris is a royal garden. It is located on the periphery of the Grand Palace in Paris. It has beautiful flower beds, forests and fountains. The whole environment is very noble and elegant. Taking a walk and taking pictures here is definitely a good choice.
Beautiful open square with quirky sculptures. Go to Le Grand Colbert afterwards for lunch.
Nice place to meeting with friends and share coffee.
The art exhibits at the palace and gardens are unique and free to the public. There's currently an exhibition of striped columns in the courtyard by Daniel Buren. The columns which vary in height (most as low as a step, some as tall as a person), are spread out all about the courtyard making it a cool contemporary art piece you' can't help photograph. I recommend it for families with toddlers and kids as they enjoy running around, hopping in the columns, and riding their scooters through them. Not a lot of tourists know about this place as it's hidden, but there are locals who visit, take a stroll by the adjunct gardens and do some shopping at the Galerie Montpensier. The best time to come is in the morning as there are fewer pedestrians and you can have the whole place to venture through by yourself!
a good place to relax, bring a bottle of wine and just enjoy the scenery