Seine River Hop On Hop Off Cruise in Paris

Seine River Hop On Hop Off Cruise in Paris

Ride a riverboat shuttle service on the Seine that takes you to the heart of Paris to reach the vari...

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Day Bike Tour of Paris

Day Bike Tour of Paris

Explore Paris by bike! The Day Tour is where you'll get the most information about Paris.

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Paris, France

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The French Revolution Walking Tour of Paris

The French Revolution Walking Tour of Paris

Let history come to life by learning about and visiting the major sites of the French Revolution.

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Paris, France

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City Segway Tour of Paris

City Segway Tour of Paris

Zip around Paris in a Segway and see the sights in comfort and style. The tour will take you to most of Paris' most famous attractions and you're sure to see the City of Light in a brand new way.

3 hours
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Paris, France

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The Classic Walking Tour of Paris

The Classic Walking Tour of Paris

Follow the footpaths blazed by travellers before you. Explore the city of Paris and enjoy the sensational sights and the bustling life of this famous City of Light.

3 hours
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Paris, France

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About Paris Tuileries Gardens

A splendid backdrop to countless historical dramas and Sunday promenades, the Tuileries Gardens is still as formal and foliaged as its designers meant it to be. Featuring a stunning view of the Seine, clipped chestnuts, manicured lawns, ornamental pools, a gallery of statues, straight avenues, and a number of cafes nestled among the trees, the Tuileries Gardens is the ideal spot for a picture-perfect ‘day in the park.’

Before there was a garden, there was a medieval warren of tilemakers, from which the Tuileries Gardens got its name. Catherine de Médicis had the site cleared in the 1570s to make way for a palace and its grounds. And while the palace is no more, (it burned to the ground in 1871; trimmed yew hedges and a coven of bronze female nudes by Maillol occupy the space where the palace used to be) the work of century landscape architect Andre Le Notre is largely intact. He was commissioned by Louis XIV to redesign the medieval garden (complete with labyrinth, chequerboard flowerbeds, and formal vegetable gardens) on a more impressive scale. This, the architect accomplished in 1664, to a degree that went beyond the call of duty, in fact. The project allowed him to indulge his penchant for symmetry, straight lines, splendid vistas, and formal flowerbeds. Since then, the Tuileries Garden was the place to see and be seen, and for social butterflies and flashy aristocrats to preen and party.The 25-hectare garden/promenade is flanked on the western end by Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume (royal tennis court turned gallery for contemporary art) and the Orangerie (showcase center for Monet's waterlily paintings). Every summer, a carnival springs up like magic in Jardin des Tuileries, delighting kids and adults alike.

How to get there
By Metro/RER: 1 (Tuileries)/Musée D ‘Orsay, short walk across the Solferino footbridge. By bus: 42, 68, 72, 73, 84, or 94 (rue de Rivoli).

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summer 7am-9pm; winter 7:30am-7:30pm

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