Paris counts near 500 parks, gardens and neighbourhood squares. Almost all parks and gardens in Paris are free.. A few exceptions of parks or gardens for which entrance fees are charged (a few euros) such as the Jardin d'Acclimatation, the Albert Khan Garden or the Floral Park in spring and summer.
The first rays of sunshine will make you want to go outside and turn green. In the summer, you pack your picnic basket and enjoy the big lawns or the shade of the trees. The days of heat wavebathing suits and water jets. for children (in the acclimatization garden or in the André Citroen park). And to have fun, we take them to the gardens with playgrounds, pony rideminiature golf, merry-go-round or spider's web......to keep your children busy and entertained for a good part of the day.
- The most mineral : the André Citroën park (15th) - Free
- The most poetic: Monceau Park (8th and 17th) - Free of charge
- The oldest: the Tuileries Garden
- The most pedagogical: the botanical garden (5th) - Free
- The smartest: the Luxembourg Gardens (6th) - Free
- The most Nippon-like: the Albert Khan Garden
- The most studious : Montsouris Park
- The sportiest: the Buttes-Chaumont (19th)
- The biggest: the Floral Park (12th) - Free in winter
- The greenest: Good Planet Foundation (16th) - Free
- The most fun: the Acclimatization Garden (16th) - Paid entrance
- The most urban: le jardin de la Villette (19th century) - Free of charge
- The quietest the Bercy park (12th) - Free of charge
- One of the largest : La Courneuve Park (93 and 95) - Free