Botanical Escape: Jardins, Jardin and Parisian Parks Exhibition

Botanical Escape: Jardins, Jardin and Parisian Parks Exhibition

With the arrival of the beautiful days in Paris, it's the perfect time to discover the world of green spaces at Jardins, Jardin from May 30th to June 2nd. Take this opportunity to relax in the Parisian gardens, the Tuileries Garden and Parc Monceau, near the Queen Mary Hotel.

Relaxation and Inspiration at Jardins, Jardin

As summer approaches, the event 'Jardins Jardin' returns to brighten up the Parisian days at the end of May, transforming the Tuileries into a green setting where nature and creativity meet. This annual event, dedicated to the art of urban gardening and outdoor design, attracts landscapers, designers, and gardening enthusiasts from all over France. Visitors can explore a variety of ephemeral gardens, artistic installations, and practical workshops, all designed to inspire and educate on sustainable practices and new landscaping trends.

The Tuileries: A Haven of Peace in the City of Light

The Tuileries Garden, next to the Queen Mary Hotel, enchants with its historical splendor. Created in the 16th century, this garden dazzles with its shaded alleys and majestic statues. Between the basins reflecting the water features and the carefully trimmed hedges, the atmosphere breathes tranquility, offering a poetic escape just steps away from the Parisian hustle and bustle.

Parc Monceau: A Green Treasure

Just a 20-minute walk from the Queen Mary Hotel is the magnificent Parc Monceau, a green gem that delights with its bucolic charm. With its romantic bridges, graceful statues, and vast lawns, this park is a true green oasis that invites leisurely strolls and contemplation.

Whether you're exploring the world of gardening with Jardins, Jardin or simply relaxing in the city gardens during your stay at the Queen Mary Hotel, let yourself be carried away to a botanical escape in the heart of the capital.


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Hotel Queen Mary, a 3-star hotel ideally located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris