Parks, woods, gardens and cemeteries


Hikers enjoy the slopes, strollers enjoy lying on the grass : everyone enjoys the romantic ambience in Paris public parks....Montsouris, Buttes-Chaumont or the 21st-century city Parc de la Villette ! 

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Orangerie de Bagatelle

An Anglo-Chinese gem in western Paris – born of a bet between Marie-Antoinette and the Count of Artois, who had bought the property in 1775 – and allegedly won: the park miraculously materialised in 64 days.

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Parc des Buttes Chaumont

Hikers enjoy the slopes, strollers enjoy lying on the grass, and everyone enjoys the romantic ambience in Paris’ largest – and steepest – public garden .

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Pique nique

Our selection of picnic spots in parks or on the banks of the Seine. And a map so you can find all the addresses.

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Parc de Bercy

The wine storerooms that housed the world’s biggest wine and spirit market in the 19th century stood in this park . The wine trade stretched on until the 1950s.

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Parc Floral

This park has not stopped bustling since it opened in 1969. It is a unique spot for observation and – especially – unwinding for anyone who enjoys floral art and strolls in greenery.

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Welcome respite in a 19th-century garden  nestled in greenery, and skirting lavish buildings and townhouses.

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Plaine Montsouris was a quarry, then a 6-million-body cemetery, before it became a park .

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Parc de la Villette

Paris’ largest green (55 hectares) and a prototype 21st-century city park , featuring concert halls, cinemas and theatres – as well as the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, the Cité de la Musique, and more. It is ever multicultural, always festive.

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