As autumn comes to Paris, the city’s parks and gardens invite you to celebrate the beauty of nature during the Fête des Jardins (Garden Festival). For almost 20 years, this annual event has been bringing together thousands of nature-loving visitors. Explore and rediscover the green spaces of the French capital over one weekend. In total, over 150 places will be open to the public including very secret gardens which are normally not. Please check the program
Paris neighborhood harbor small squares where it
feels good to relax in the shade
but some are so difficult to find that if someone
does not give you the address it is impossible to find and the Square St
Gilles-Saint-Veneur is one of them
To access it, you should
take the rue
de Hesse, or Harquebusiers, then cross the
small porch in front
of you and you will discover the smallest square
of the 3rd districts beautifully decorated with climbing
roses; So romantic!
My recommendation: on your way buy a sandwich made with french
baguette and enjoy a peaceful lunch on the grass
Square St Gilles-Saint-Veneur
Rue des Arquebusiers
Left end of the street
Metro: Chemin Vert ou St Sébastien Froissart
Small garden, pretty wild, open exceptionally on the occasion of the garden festival!
During these two days a lot of hidden gardens open their doors
If you want to receive the schedule for all garden visits, please, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 39 rue Gay-Lussac 75005 Paris
On 26 and 27 September, the annual Festival of Paris Gardens opens up the green spaces of Paris for two spectacular days. It features hundreds of free events in gardens throughout the French capital – from guided tours and walks to concerts and exhibitions.
Thousands of tourists are visiting Montmartre each year without having the chance to have a peaceful rest in this garden very difficult to find.
Rue Saint-Vincent – 18e (next to the vineyards) M° Lamarck-Caulaincourt
Only opened from April to October on Saturday from 10 AM to 12.30 AM
and 1.30 PM to 6.30 PM
Don’t miss it if you happen to go to Montmartre a Saturday