It is a very beautiful garden, a very beautiful park, the air is healthier than in Paris, nice walk, we were able to discuss with one of the gardeners who explained to us all the organization and the ...
These are hard (Covid) times now and it is so nice to see a (mostly) masked citizenry able to enjoy themselves in this beautiful setting. Horse rides for kids, tennis courts, beautiful grassy areas (...
Experience the slow life of real Parisians, come to Luxembourg Park
because of work, Paris I have been to many times.
If you let me recommend the sights of Paris to you, I will not list it. However, if you want to experience the leisurely slow life of a true Parisian, then I will definitely recommend you here - Luxembourg Gardens.
If you boarded the Eiffel Tower or the Montparnasse Tower, you will definitely notice the Luxembourg Gardens.
Overlooking Paris from a height, the Luxembourg Gardens are like the green heart of the city. In a large group of white classical buildings that are well planned, this piece of green is really conspicuous.
There is a palace in the Luxembourg Gardens, once the emperor's palace, which has now become the Senate.
There is a large circle of grass surrounded by flowers in front of the palace, and a single chair scattered outside the circle. Such iron chairs can be found everywhere in the Luxembourg Gardens, and they can be moved at will, not fixed on the ground.
There is a row of huge phoenix avenues not far from the grass. There are children playing and painting students in the shade, and occasionally people riding horses.
In addition to these, there are sculptures, ponds, and well-trimmed gardening flowers in the park...
The garden is very quiet, everyone is concentrating on enjoying their own slow time. The laughter of the child is the only background music here.
When I casually found a chair to sit down, it happened that the sun showed a light from the thick cloud, so just warm and warm on my face.
Really, happiness may be as simple as that.
Luxembourg Gardens, Paris - France: Another beautiful park in the center of Paris. There are some colorful flowers decorated around the park. This is also a great destination for breath taking and relaxation after spending a long day in Paris.
"When the weather is good, I went to the Luxembourg Park to study, excitedly strolling in the sun, I am around the pool, repeating the sentences I like."
Because a book comes to Luxembourg Gardens in one sentence, on the weekend morning, On the iron chair, under the shade of the trees, watch people come and go, see Paris love Paris.
One of our favorite places to stroll in Paris between museums and dining. Love to watch tourists and locals enjoy the sun or get in a brisk walk. Watch the young people with the toy boats! It's free and open more hours than some spots. #wintergetaway