Tuileries (French pronunciation: [tɥilʁi], lit. tile factories) is a station on Paris Métro Line 1, situated in the 1st arrondissement of Paris.
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This rating is not so much for the gardens itself but for the fair that is set up here from June until September. I took my kids and they had a blast! It is open until 11:45 pm. Perfect for jetlagged kids. Mom can enjoy a glass of rose and escargot at the cafe while watching her kids jump on the trampoline!
This is good for a quick jog but avoid the smoothie sorbet stand--it made me sick. Interesting tree cultivation in the modern part of the garden. The scale of everything is rather large so this is for those inclined to outdoor picnics in fields. There are seats to create intimate spaces but no actual intimacy.
Sunday June 10 09:45 am, going to visit Louvre. Thousands of people in the park and in the Place de la Concorde equipped with running gear, wearing tags "10k..." Joy all around. At 10:00 start in the 10km cross in the streets of Paris. Nice people, good vibrations of my generation, and younger. 🏃♂️🏃♀️🤳✌
One of the most beautiful gardens in Paris. I literally hang there every time I go in city. Facing the Louvre Museum, it’s one of most chill places in Paris. The only « problem » is that there is almost nothing to eat in the garden probably as it’s a historical place. You also should take a look on the edge of the river just on the left of the gardens cause it’s just LOVELY and peaceful. If you care about your shoes I advise to take some you don’t really care about cause they will be white and dusty in the end. Have a great time !
I visited this gardens several times in the past but this time I had a purpose! I wanted to see the spot where one of my favourite bands recorded a video near the entrance from Place De La Concorde. Generally its a relaxing park with statues, ponds and trees. Very tranquil atmosphere overall.
Beautiful Garden The scenery and the people there add to the atmosphere. It just feels very serene and puts you at ease. One negative would have been the very large and distracting iPhone 7 ad on one of the buildings. Other than that, the garden is a must see.
Very iconic and nice place. Just off the Louvre museum and the best connection to champs Elysees. You can sit by the lake for free on the provided chairs. Try the lovely ice creams and the Paris wheel :-) . Replete with amazing french sculptures. Enjoy it.
Typical parisian park with no grass but lots of low level trees. There is coffees and statues that pair nicely with the vegetation and there even are an area for trampolines. Great for the kids ! It's near the fairy wheel.
A small oasis of tranquility in the middle of a busy city. Ideal for relaxing after a few hours of sightseeing in the Louvre. It's just dusty enough - a strange mixture of gravel and dust leaves a white coating on the boots, clothes, and if its windy in your eyes too. To take power from another city walk its perfect.
I love this place! My parents took me when I was younger and I still haven't forgotten the memory. One of the best places to go whether you have children a significant other, or even by yourself it is truly beautiful spiritual, and will give you some great memories. Very affordable... Except maybe the food and gifts, but that's everywhere.
It's a garden. Not very big, not spectacular. Between the Louvre and Place de la Concorde. Very welcome in sunny, hot days to take a break from visiting monuments and museums and a place to enjoy in the shadow a quick bite, whether brought in your bag or bought at the nearby booths.
Very nice place to have a picnic. One may also bring a little chair, as all the places to sit down are usually taken. If one takes a chair, they may also have a tan, if the day is sunny. Very nice to have a walk around and view a little bit of Paris. There are places to sit on the stairs. There are also fountains, which are nice to see.
Are you tired of walking in Paris or visiting museums? This is the best place for you! Except of really nice playground for your children, you can find here two huge mazes where you can "get lost" and admire beautiful bronze statues, you can find here two big and two smaller fountain ponds that are surrounded by chairs so you can just take a book and sit here to relax a bit, or just enjoy some sunny moment. Don't forget to take some snack with you as it is really expensive here!
Webt here in out trip to Europe in 2012! The garden is magical, it brings you back to another time! It is definitely a must see location. It is very romantic and would make a great place for a proposal. So if you find yourself in France anytime soon make sure to take some time to stop by and visit the garden.
The gardens are very pretty. Even in winter. A perfect place for a stroll. On one end you see the Louvre and the other a giant ferris wheel (Dec 2017). There is a nice cafe on the ground as well which serves tasty hot chocolate to warm you up after a nice cold walk. Well worth the visit/exploration.
It's lovely! Spacious, so even though there are a lot of people walking around it doesn't feel crowded. Nice place to relax and enjoy nature.
Awesome park with nice Paris skyline view. There's a lot of activities but not too crowded. Recommended to visit in the evening as you can see the Eiffel Tower being lit up and the new Paris Flyer.
The walk through the gardens was great. Busy but not crowded. Safe. Plenty to see and do. We walked from the Louvre Al the way to the Champs Elysees. It took a while but we'll worth it. Would do it again but not mind summer. It was too hot where there was no shade.