Paris, Day 2: Jardin Tuileries

After checking out the African and European galleries at The Louvre, I walked back to the Jardin Tuileries, a large public garden located between the Louvre and Place de la Concorde. This time, I sat for a while and people watched.

View of the Louvre from Jardin Tuileries - Maynefoto
View of the Jardin/Garden Tuileries - Maynefoto

The Jardin Tuileries has been opened to the public since 1667.

More garden view - Maynefoto

Thousands of Parisians and tourists stroll, sit, eat and relax in the Jardin Tuileries everyday.

Garden fountain - Maynefoto
View of the Eiffel Tower from the Jardin Tuileries

Jardin Tuileries, a great place to spend a Paris afternoon.

6 comments on “Paris, Day 2: Jardin Tuileries

  1. Beautiful photography! I have some pictures I took there and would have to dig through boxes for them… Lovely job! 🙂

  2. Digging through boxes for your photos? Oh, Elizabeth, you’re dating yourself! Hahahaha, but I know exactly what you mean….Please pull them out, think of your time in Paris and at Tuileries and write something about the woman you were then. Geez, I think I just gave myself an idea for a post! (Patting myself on the back here.)
    Thanks for the compliment and for the visit,

  3. Paris is nice. I’ve gone a couple times and it was a great experience. Nothing like seeing places you’ve seen in history books come alive.

  4. Isn’t it? Or on TV. But sometimes it doesn’t do it justice. It’s better to see with your own eyes.
    Thanks for the visit,

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