8 places where you can discover blooming trees
What a sunbeam and a boost of energy it is to admire these beautiful blooming trees ...
I spotted several places everywhere in Ile de France ... There should be one near your home ...
Feel free to share other places and gardens in the comments
Have a nice walk!
The Jardin de St Simonéen, Paris 20th arrondissement
Little hidden paradise in the 20th arrondissement
Martin Luther King Park (17th Arrondissement)
With its lakes, its blooming trees ... and its playgrounds, and pitches for ball games .. or petanque!
And perfect timing, you can continue your exploration with the Street Art tour Batignolles: -)
Jardin des Plantes
A safe bet!
11 different gardens in 1: botanical, ecological, iris and perennial plants ...
It was created in 1635 on the decision of Louis XIII for the formation of future doctors and apothecals .. Since then, it has always kept a part for botany and medicinal plants
The Pac des Sceaux: Beautiful!
A very nice park to (re)discover: heading to the northern bosque for the pink sakura and the southern bosque for the white sakura.
This area was made in the 17th century under the order of Colbert. André Le Nôtre designed the architecture of this beautiful garden.
The Bois de Boulogne and the jardins de Bagatelle
There are not only rosiers in Bagatelle .. but also lots of blooming trees right now in the Bois de Boulogne also
And if you want to discover funny customs from other countries, around Easter, try the Special Easter Bois de Boulogne tour
The gardens of the Albert Kahn Museum that make us travel through different exotic countries ... including Japan
14, Rue du Port - 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
Warning: Entrance on weekends on reservation only (without reservation on weekdays)
The Arboretum de Chevreloup with more than 200 hectares of greenery
Beautiful and bucolic a few minutes away from Paris, 10,000 trees of more than 2,500 different varieties
Make sure you go in the morning because there are many people in the afternoon and the car park is quickly completely filled ;-(
102, rue de Chateaubriand - Châtenay-Malabry
The Parc Montsouris
The Parc Montsouris was arranged at the end of the 19th century by Jean-Charles-Adolphe Alphand who worked with the Baron Haussmann.
The construction of this park was a real challenge because it was above 4 old quarries and 2 train lines. It is therefore sloping, full of winding alleys and relief.
The park is also home of 2 pavilions built by the architect Gabriel Daviout, who also built the theater of the city (Chatelet) and the Fontaine St Michel
Beautiful park to (re)discover with its 2 playgrounds ... and we can continue our walk with the Street Art tour Montsouris!
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