The Jardin du Luxembourg; plunge into a poetic park

The Jardin du Luxembourg; plunge into a poetic park

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A veritable emblem of Paris, the Jardin du Luxembourg is the most popular public park in the capital! With its quiet pathways, romantic statues, various intriguing nooks and famous Medici Fountain, the Jardin du Luxembourg is a haven of peace where you’ll love to take a stroll, and it’s not far from the Bulles de Paris.

 

Beautiful walks in the Jardin du Luxembourg

A charming green lung of the Parisian Left Bank, the Jardin du Luxembourg is situated between the Place Saint-Sulpice, the Sorbonne, and the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève. It attracts Parisians looking for somewhere to enjoy the sunshine, as well as tourists from all over the world. With its distinctive green chairs in which you can relax and read, the Jardin du Luxembourg is the ideal setting for a beautiful summer’s day. You can opt for a picnic on the lawns, a meditative walk in the rose garden, or a jog if you want to take some exercise amidst picturesque surroundings.

 

The Jardin du Luxembourg; a place of culture

Since the end of the 1990s, the perimeter railings of the Jardin du Luxembourg have often been transformed into an open-air museum, with regular photography exhibitions taking place there. To add to the appeal, the park’s bandstand is a venue for music concerts throughout the summer season. The Hotel Les Bulles de Paris is conveniently located just a few streets from the Jardin du Luxembourg, so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to discover this attractive green space in depth. Entirely dedicated to champagne, the Hotel Les Bulles de Paris fascinates by its originality, but also by the quality of its services. Spice up your stay with champagne tastings, and make your Parisian getaway as light, joyful and festive as the famous sparkling drink!