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Luxembourg Palais is now owned by the French Senat, and they use it for meetings now. The grounds are beautiful. The gardens are massive. There are bathrooms and showers open 24/7 for those who need them. People picnic all over the grounds and it is...More
It does not disappoint in any possible way. They even have very generous misting systems running. It is a popular destination and busy but well worth your time. Needless to say lots of beautiful scenes to capture on your camera. There is a subway stop....More
I have been to Paris several times but this was my first time visiting Luxembourg Gardens. It was nice place to sit and relax for a while, with plenty of places to sit. We brought some fruits and other snacks and just enjoyed the time...More
Rain, sunshine, overcast - it doesn't matter - the Luxembourg Gardens are always delightful and a "must stop" while in Paris. There is plenty of seating, cafe in the center, restrooms, and a nice jogging trail around the perimeter if that's your desire. Beautiful, tranquil,...More
We spent an afternoon here and just walked around. The grounds were immaculate and it was a pleasant afternoon. We found lots of space to have to ourselves. I would recommend this place if you are a jogger and want to go for a run.
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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