Hidden in the heart of Paris, the sumptuous Garden of the Palais Royal sits next door to La Comédie Française and Le Louvre. Here you might see great dancers exercise their most romantic and graceful moves, dancing around the central fountain and through the arcades, and mischievously jumping over the Colonnes de Buren—try it for yourself! Enjoy the surroundings too: A four-century-old haven of peace with exquisite gardens and flowerbeds, it’s a lovely mix between historic and modern architecture.
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…
“Meilleure pâtisserie. C'est également la plus ancienne pâtisserie de Paris ! Best and oldest bakery in Paris!”
“This is a really small place: only 15 seats! But the food is fresh, the chef bases the menu on the spoils of his daily visit to the market. ”
“The Tuileries Garden takes its name from the tile factories that stood where Queen Catherine de Medici had the Tuileries Palace built in 1564, which has since disappeared. The famous king's gardener, André Le Nôtre, gave it from 1664 its current appearance of a French garden. The garden, which separates the Louvre from the Place de la Concorde, is a place for walking and culture for Parisians and tourists where the statues of Maillol rub shoulders with those of Rodin or Giacometti. The two pools are ideal for relaxation. The Orangery Museum in which visitors admire Monet’s works is located southwest of the Tuileries. From March to December, free tours only in French are organized. And for those who love cotton candy, rides and thrills, come to the Fête des Tuileries, from June to August.”