The Jardin des Tuileries of Paris!!!

Ok, sorry to repeat, I have several posts on the Jardin des Tuileries in my blog. It has and is my favorite garden of all the wonderful gardens of my eternal Paris. I used to worked for several years just across from it in Rue Castiglione. The memories are huge, and nice family outings as well as friendly get together like having a lunch in it with collegues!

I was looking in my vault of pictures, and found 3 not yet in my blog and they were of the Jardin des Tuileries so decided to have these pictures in my blog. Paris is never too far away mentally and physically, and the gardens are a huge part of it.

The Jardin des Tuileries is located in the 1éme arrondissement of Paris, and was created in the 16C. It is the oldest and largest garden in Paris with 28 hectares, It is, in fact, at the crossroads of the Louvre Palace/Museum, the Place de la Concorde, the Seine river, and the rue de Rivoli.

It is always grand to enter by the Place de la Concorde, especially when the grande roue or big wheel is there.

paris jardin des tuileries ent pl de la concorde nov19

However, I did get into every day from crossing Rue de Rivoli on the side entrance. You have a straight eye view of the Louvre museum!

paris jardin des tuileries ent from rue de castiglione nov19

Once inside, you have heaven on earth, and one gorgeous view is looking at the musée de l’Orangerie from the back side of it; feels so romantic, me think.

paris jardin des tuileries to orangerie mus nov19

So, this post will be short, as so much description and pictures on the Jardin des Tuileries in my blog, do not want to repeat, just show the new pictures. I do, suggest, for you to search and read my other posts on the garden, just awesome , me think…

The managing Louvre museum on the Jardin des Tuileries:

The Paris tourist office on the Jardin des Tuileries:

There you go folks, this is one enjoy by all Parisiens, even if loaded with tourists in a heavily visited area of Paris. The Jardin des Tuileries is a must to see ,no excuses. So much part of the history and landscape of   We love it!!!

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all!!!

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