Today we take you to the Jardin des Tuileries, the garden between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde and the Champs Elysées. It is one of the oldest french garden, created in 1954 under the orders of Catherine de Médicis. A part of the parc is allowed to dogs, and it is a good opportunity to discover one of the most beautifull view of Paris with your pup! He is only forbiden in the center of the park (the map is bellow the pictures).
For the dogs: 3,5/5
For the masters: 4/5
- The big lawns of fresh grass
- The many dogs that you can meet
- The opportunity to run without a leash
- The wonderfull hedges full of birds and other preys
- The place, the garden itself of course but also the view on le Louvre, the Eiffel Tower & the Orsay museum
- The few café for a break during the walk
- The big side alleys with shadow for the hot days
- The fact that the park is in the center of Paris
Jaeger was less amazed by:
- The many peoples, clearly it is not the most secret park of Paris!
- The fact that you can’t go in the center of the park
- The noise during the weekend
We were less amazed by:
- Quite the same things!
To conclued it is definitly a wonderfull walk to do if you have a chance, if you can it is better to go there during the week rather than sunday for lunch of course.
As usual the map is bellow the pics.
Have a nice walk!