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Tuileries Garden

Biswanath banerjee
The gardens, which separate the Louvre from the Place de la Concorde, are a pleasant place for walking and for culture for Parisians and tourists.The gardens’ two ponds are perfect places to relax by.Benches and seats are provided free of charge so that everyone can enjoy the vista in a hot summer day.
Himani Khatreja
Head to the Tuileries Garden for a scenic lunchThe Jardin des Tuileries is a central garden, which extends from the Musée du Louvre along the Seine river, to the Place de la Concorde and the beginning of the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. There once used to be a palace here, but it was burnt down in 1870. Now these lush garden remain with their trees, pools, statues, and street food booths, becoming a favourite place for Parisians to just stroll around and take a break. Throughout the garden, you'll find many lovely restaurants offering all kinds of food. Pick one that you like, and end your meal with a crêpe from any of the take-away booths.