Paris

Paris is a well-organised and pleasant city for ex-pats. Accommodation is reasonably priced and relatively easy to find, public transport is cheap, plentiful and efficient, parking is well organized, the French are polite and helpful, and food shopping, thanks to the variety on offer, is a pleasure....

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UNESCO Japanese Gardens

7ème ARRONDISSEMENT. These gardens are located at UNESCO, the United Nations' educational, cultural, and scientific headquarters. They follow Asian landscape design beautifully, featuring caref...
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Parc Georges Brassens

Established in 1984, Parc Georges Brassens is alive with color and the whispers of running water. Formerly the site of slaughterhouses, the park has been reinvented with lush gardens, playgrounds, and...
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Palais-Royal Gardens

The gardens at the Palais Royal offer a quiet, peaceful escape from the city's bustle. Intriguing sculptures pepper the grounds, adding a measure of manmade beauty to the natural vistas. Surrounding t...
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Jardin des Tuileries

This garden originally dates to 1564, when Catherine de Medici had it constructed as a reminder of her home in Italy. Historically, it marked one of the first times that Paris displayed beauty and ele...
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Jardin des serres d'Auteuil

This garden, originally established in the 19th century, continues to boast the same appeal that it had years ago. Surround yourself with beautiful palm trees, azaleas, orchids and begonias. Enjoy the...
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Jardin des Plantes

The Jardin des Plantes was established in the 17th century under the reign of Louis XIII. What began as an herb garden now includes different species from all over the world. Travelers even visited co...
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Bois de Vincennes

The Bois de Vincennes, Paris's largest park, was originally fenced off as royal hunting grounds. Today, scattered among its trees are peaceful lakes and even a château completed in 1370 under th...
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Bois de Boulogne

The Bois de Boulogne offers more than 2100 acres of beautiful terrain, including woods, lakes, waterfalls and gardens. Originally fenced in as royal hunting grounds, the park was opened to the public...
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The Regional Natural Park of French Vexin

Area of outstanding beauty north of Paris which attracted impressionist painters 100 years ago. Contains the chateau de Themericourt and other places of interest. Musee du Vexin francais, Maison du Pa...
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Parc Floral

Verdant park, one of the city's best play areas for all ages. Nature resource centre, butterfly garden and a large adventure playground. Picnic areas. Mini-golf. Concerts throughout the year. Location...
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Jardins du Luxembourg

The gardens offer a number of activities including pony rides, adventure playground and model sailing boats.
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Forest of Fontainebleau

The forest of Fontainebleau offers a large number of activities from bike riding, hiking, picnicking and most importantly rock climbing. The natural rock formations are all labelled and marked from ea...