Green heart in the center of Paris, the Jardins du Luxembourg in the sixth district is the second largest green space in the city. Created by Queen Marie de Medicis, who wanted to leave the Louvre to settle in a residence surrounded by gardens, Luxembourg has retained its royal elegance throughout the course of his comings and elegance of its buildings, like the palace itself, actual seat of the Senate and the mansion of the Petit Luxembourg.
Booking a room at the hotel Beauvoir, Bernanos Avenue, you will stay right next to the Luxembourg Gardens, in one of the quietest parts of the capital, although also one of the most touristic ! Our 3 -star hotel with newly renovated rooms and private bathrooms is a real invitation to rest and relax after long walks in the Luxembourg quarter.
The Luxembourg Gardens offers many routes to walk. Walk through the alleys to discover the French gardens (in the axis of the royal palace). Take cool in the shade fountains, including the famous Medici fountain, stop in front of the sculptures, some of Rodin. Do not forget to visit the magnificent greenhouses, and stop in front of the hives.