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This park is apparently quite popular with Parisians and I can see why. Lovely flowers, many fountains and statues. The French Senate meets in the Luxembourg Palace which is in the Gardens. There are also tennis courts and children's play areas.
This park is so special, everything in it. The gardens, the palace, the benches...its like you are inside a painting. Spots for photography!
We visited in September (best weather) and we were staying in Luxembourg area which made it more enjoyable.
Highly recommended for lunch...More
If in the area you should take a walk through the gardens. There's lots of places to sit as they provide outdoor chairs throughout the park. There's a cafe in the middle and recreation sopts as well as the gardens, lawn and trees. It's obvioulsy...More
We got turned around while walking in the area and just so happened to see a sign pointing to Luxembourg Gardens/Palace. Upon entering the grounds, I was speechless. This is the most beautifully done garden I’ve ever seen. It’s huge and there’s plenty of seating...More
Smaller than it looks and paths are wider than one might expect if you are from Australia. Lovely though.
The boats in the pond are lovely.
Go to the fountain and sit and relax, grad a beer from the takeaway window, not in the cafe...More
It had been a while since we had been to the park.
We came in from a different entrance and we were amazed to see all of the activities that were there and being used.
A really nice place to sit on the many chairs...More
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In late September you would find more autumnal colours and grasses. Depending on the trees, the first leaves might be falling down. Since June and July were very hot in France, plants would have suffered and most likely few... More
In late September you would find more autumnal colours and grasses. Depending on the trees, the first leaves might be falling down. Since June and July were very hot in France, plants would have suffered and most likely few would still bloom. Still beautiful, just a different atmosphere