- Jardin du Luxembourg
Jardin du Luxembourg
Rue de Médicis Rue de Vaugirard
+33 (0)1 42 64 33 99
Language spoken - English French
Language spoken - English French
Jardin du Luxembourg is the best place to relax on ironic heavy chairs which tows in the path of the park to watch the walkers, between dredgers and strollers, chess players and tai-chi séances, in conclusion the spectacle is interesting. In addition, there are also children’s activities, paid game field propose poney tower, glace, puppet spectacles, swing and so on. Besides, centenary activity of the park is available to care the youngest as well as sailing a boat on the large central fountain. Le jardin du Luxembourg is also such a pleasure for adult’s eyes. On the one side, it is also inspired of formal French garden style, with its terraces and gravel ways and on the other side, by English garden with large lawns and old trees. By the way, there are also many sculptures; savage animals so on and so forth. Brief, this is ideal spot tan, play tennis and observe chess players...
Alphonse Mucha at Musée du Luxembourg...
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