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Luxembourg Gardens, Paris

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In the heart of the Left Bank, Luxembourg Gardens is arguably the loveliest park in Paris, with lush lawns radiating out from a pond centerpiece. Inspired by the Boboli Gardens of Florence, these gardens were created in 1612 by Queen Marie de Medici. Whether you're by yourself or with a whole group, this park is a relaxing reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the city. You can watch locals play the legendary French game of boules or simply stroll past over 100 distinct statues. Luxembourg Gardens is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , custom trip planner Edition.
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  • Lovely parisien garden, it's a must see when traveling to Paris. Pretty and peaceful, I just love those green chairs. 
    Lovely parisien garden, it's a must see when traveling to Paris. Pretty and peaceful, I just love those green chairs.  more »
  • This huge park is such a gem, full of great art and sculpture, flowers and trees, even bee hives! Tennis courts, ponds with kids floating boats, and lots of chairs and benches for sitting in the sun....  more
    This huge park is such a gem, full of great art and sculpture, flowers and trees, even bee hives! Tennis courts, ponds with kids floating boats, and lots of chairs and benches for sitting in the sun....  more »
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  • Huge park in Paris. Just love the place! Very impressive the way the trees are trimmed and lined up. They look like enormous hedges. Public restrooms were usable and actually had toilet seats. This will make sense to anyone who has visited France before!
  • It might be beautiful in some other season of the year, or when it is specifically decorated for people, but I visited in July, I did not find it very worthy to spend an hour here. Only if you want to take some rest while exploring the city, definitely you can find a chair beneath a shade and just rest for some time.

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