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Jardin des Tuileries: Fairytale of Paris

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Lively Paris is always crowded and full of so many people that you never know what to do to leave the crazy and rocking atmosphere. The afternoons are noisy and the nights are so busy that you can hardly find a minute to avoid the hustle and bustle. Hereby we offer you an original place, a piece of fairytale where you can relax feeling the miraculous Nature.

The romantic and green park of Jardin des Tuileries is beautiful in every season blessed with countless decorative and exclusive flowers and amazing trees, marvelous gardens where you can have a rest reading a book or playing, even organize a picnic with children. The garden of many kisses and embraces warmly welcomes its visitors promising to make their time incredible and unforgettable.

The Jardin des Tuileries extends from fascinating Louvre Museum and the right Bank along Seine River to the Place de la Concorde and the beginning of the avenue de Champs-Elysees. The Palais des Tuileries doesn’t exist anymore, but the alluring playing fountains and flower beds are still here and make the scenery breathtaking and fantastic.

The Jardin des Tuileries was one of the first parks open to the public and it soon became one of the most-visited places, therefore it’s always full of many Parisians and tourists who visit this place to admire the natural wonders and different art values. The designer of the park is famous Versailles park designer Andre Le Notre. Tuileries is an Italian-style park the architecture of which was influenced much by the Medici family. Catherine de Medici who was a true lover of music, literature and art couldn’t remain indifferent to Paris developing as a city and decided to build the Jardin des Tuileries, which later became really popular not only in France, but outside the country. Even in early 18th century people could find here different cafes, kiosks and public toilets. It was renovated in 1990 and was separated from car traffic.

Just enter the park, take a chair for free and sit wherever you wish. You can admire the beauty of two main basins of the park and numerous architectural wonders made by famous sculptors. People have a great opportunity to visit two Museums called Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume and the Musee de l’Orangerie, where you can find many renowned values of talented artists, especially Claude Monet’s large water lily paintings.

The park is very popular with its various celebrations of important dates and social events such as the “Motor.” Jardin des Tuileries is full of orange trees especially of citrus and this is one of the unique features of this place.

Isolated from the entire world, Jardin des Tuileries, the fantastic piece of the fashion city Paris, is waiting for you every day and promises to give you memories to cherish forever.

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