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The Palais-Royal (French pronunciation: [pa.lɛ ʁwa.jal]), originally called the Palais-Cardinal, is a former royal palace located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, France. The screened entrance court faces the Place du Palais-Royal, opposite the Louvre. In 1830 the larger inner courtyard of the palace, the Cour d'Honneur, was enclosed to the north by what was probably the most famous of Paris's covered arcades, the Galerie d'Orléans. Demolished in the 1930s, its flanking rows of columns still stand between the Cour d'Honneur and the popular Palais-Royal Gardens.
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Nice quiet park to eat lunch and people watch. The architecture and striped columns are very popular with models and photo shoots.
My childhood garden. I spent so much time there that I just can't dislike this place. There are luxury shops but also old medal shops or toys shop. You can see famous people but also a lot of kids playing on the Burren's columns. Enjoy your walk under the lime trees.
The food was good but pricey. The price did not match the food compared to other Parisian restaurants. The service was standard. The ambiance was good. It is good to try once or business dinner. I wouldn't frequent the restaurant regularly.
The buildings is absolutely stunning. It gets very busy, so I would say try and go early in the morning to really appreciate the beauty of this place.
Grab a snack and find a place to sit. You're going to love hanging out here especially in the Spring and Summer. Flowers everywhere!
Parc is wonderful every time of year!!!!! With cafe Kitsune where the best coffee in the city is prepared, a lot of flowers and Parisian style. Love watching men playing pétanque or respectful ladies having their lunch, children playing with their mommy or very proud dogs walking their master))))
I had a nice short visit here. It can be quite busy and noisy when theres lots of people. But once theres no one around it is a very interesting space. A modern elements among historic architecture. I went there around April and even though the weather is gloomy and rains a little, I still find this place nice.
I mean it need no explanation. It is a fancy place. Cost no money to enter and it just is fun to kill time. Photos from standing on top of the columns will be find here. Good for all ages.
A wonderful small park with a fountain in the middle surrounded by gorgeous buildings. The perfect breathing space in the middle of the city. A must every time I'm in Paris. Enjoy the photo options at your own risk.
Nice interior garden with a fountain and roses. Rows of trees provide some shade, the building is pretty. Rather calm despite the occasional crowd. Definitely a nice place to see if you're in the area or if interested, but unless the above apply, there's no need to make a detour. The Louvre is practically minutes away by foot.
Very nice place with a lively square and nice cafés, also the corner shop with miniature soldiers of historic figures and battles is worth taking a look, just beside café Le Nemours
Cool place to run around the black and white columns. If you go further in, there is a park where you can sit surrounded by shops. Flowers, shrubs and statues in the middle with a couple of rows of trees lining each side.
Very nice garden and place to hang out. Very romantic there is a music boxes shop in the corner and loads of coffes and shops. A place filed with history.
Great place to take pictures. The kids enjoyed. Worth a visit.
Right in the heart of Paris . Next to the national theatre and the LOUVRE . Walking distance from Notre Dame de Paris . And the Paris Opera . A good place to sit on a bench and enjoy Paris . Plenty of restaurants and shops if you need that , and plenty of parks and gardens . The metro line one is right there . Enjoy .
Art installation surrounded by a beautiful building with adjoining balconies. Go early for fewer people and better photos!
Really nice place for expositions. I visited the Gauguin expo which was very well done. It's advisable to buy a ticket beforehand.
Another French landmark and gorgeous place. It has a garden on the back which lends itself to beautiful pics. Sometimes there are artists playing or singing there.