This is a really beautifully designed botanical garden. The section with alpine plants was on of the most stunning things I have ever seen. I could have spent all day there! I strongly recommend this to any fellow plant nerds.
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If you've been to NYC's High Line, then you've seen the Plantes' little brother. This($free) garden walkway above the city streets is surprisingly pleasant and quiet and just magnificently beautiful! When in Paris and in need of some down time away from the madding crowds,...More
The vast area of well-maintained beds is a delight for the senses. By chance we were fortunate to enter [free of charge] via the gate opposite the Pont d’Austerlitz and were greeted by the sight of horticultural excellence stretching into the distance; the view ending...More
The Jardin des Plantes is simply beautiful. A must see to getaway from the hustle and bustle of the busy Paris streets. The sights, sounds and smells take you back to Mother Nature.
I really enjoyed "discovery" this spot. Associated with theZoo and the Natural History Museum this is a great place to spend an entire day.
The gardens are a lovely place to just wander and to look at the various plants and herbs on display. Pick a sunny day and the sun flowers will follow the sunshine.
Wish to have planned a whole day rather than just an afternoon. The Garden is a great place to take kids with so many amazing things to see and learn about. The garden is a composition of several museums in addition to the botanical offerings....More
If you want to rest a little bit, go there. Nice walk among many many plants, nice flowers, singing birds, ducks and comp. We didn't visit the animals part. but the rest was really pleasant.
it's a public park with a sad soon inside. If you want to see sad old monkeys in tiny cages looking out at you, this is the place to be.