The Monceau Park a few minutes' walk away, this large green and wooded park is the ideal place for runners. Note: Dogs are not really welcome in the parc.
The construction of Parc Monceau dates back to the 17th century, under the orders of the Duke of Chartres. This beautiful park, which has inspired many famous paintings, was created in the 18th century for Philippe Egalité, the cousin of Louis XVI and the father of King Louis-Philippe I.
Big and majestic park. A good place to run and bycicle. There are lots of acitivities for children.
“Galeries Lafayette is not far away and nice if you want to do some shopping ! ”
“Stunning 19th Century typical Parisian park with lots of ducks, swans, and birds, swings....”
“The Champs Elysees is one of the most famous streets in the world, so be prepared to come up against a fair few tourists, though you can sidestep the hordes pretty easily by exploring the side streets just off the main drag. For most, it's a mandatory stop, if only to catch a glimpse of the monumental Arc de Triomphe which crowns the avenue and which was commissioned by Napoléon to celebrate the armies of empire. The imposing tree-lined avenue is home to a mix of chain stores and luxury brands which, once passed, will take you down to La Concorde, where you’ll find some nice green areas, the French Government buildings, as well as the Grand Palais - a must-see for art and architecture fans alike. Don't miss Rue Saint Honoré - the epitome of chic Parisian shopping which take you all the way to the hip independent bars and shops of Le Marais.”
“Close to Sacré Coeur, Montmartre is one of the most romantic area in Paris. Calm and charming this place is very beautiful”