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#法国踩点游# 塞纳河左岸的巴黎植物园 (Jardin des Plantes)，闹中取静，下次可以慢慢晃上大半天 @爱爱私奔
Beautiful park with ponds and with goats so tame they'll sit next to you on the park bench! Also saw a peacock, and the cutest little duck family... Lovely! Great for kids too with its playingground.
It is a pleasant place, but not as great as other Parisian Parks. The location is not one of the best, but if you are nearby, drop a visit. I was especially impressed by bee houses in this parc. I have never seen something like this.
I visited the Jardin des Plantes with my husband and son in late Spring, 2014, it was incredible. Initially, I wasn´t overly keen to go, the weather looked like it was going to rain and I was feeling a bit tired and irritable after a long car trip, however, our (then 6yr old son) was practically bursting at the seams... 更多
lots of plants, many animals and the natural history are waiting for you there. It's a refuge when you're fed up with superficial touristic side of Paris!
We came across these gardens as we were doing a walking tour of the Latin Quarter. It was a great place to walk around and take in the well set out gardens and enjoy the peaceful surrounds. After walking thru the streets it was a real bonus to be able to wander around or just sit and relax. There is... 更多
As a former gardener, I was blown away by the excellent lay out and accompanying information. The gardens are more just pretty. This was the type of garden my wife was expecting throughout Paris. We also visited their zoological gardens (before the children arrive). It was a treat - shady and quiet.
What a lovely area to walk around, when in bloom I can imagine the gardens here will take some time to view. It made for some lovely photos and we enjoy our walk around these well maintained gardens, 1 of the stops on our Batobus.
Considering that these gardens are, in France, supposed to be the equivalent of Kew in England the French need to wake up. Fortunately entrance is free because these gardens are appallingly badly maintained. Apparently there are all sorts of species of plants here, if you can find them in the weeds. Really, don't bother. There is also a zoo (not... 更多
The first of the greenhouses was built in 1714 and the others around 1830. All of them are magnificent backdrops to the plants being showcased. I missed the greenhouses when for several years they were closed for renovation. It is always a pleasure to experience the magic of their atmosphere.
These lovely gardens house the Museum and a small zoo which currently has a primate display, most of the plants are labelled which is nice and a fine display of tulips and summer flowers are displayed, this is a popular jogging and lunchtime spot, though not very big, set on the side of the Seine it is very easy to... 更多
Getting in takes ages. Slow service, no option to buy tickets online up-front. Inside-tour: 4 themes guiding you from tropical garden to desert. Nice but nothing fancy. Go only there if you into botanics, flowers etc. Texts are only in french. All screens are turned off and it's a little dirty. I personally recommend to have a nice walk in... 更多
There are beautiful gardens scattered throughout this space, with a nice mix of natural, formal, and botanic for education. Absolutely worth a visit if you like gardens, but not worth seeking out if you only want to see one (I'd recommend Luxembourg for formal gardens and Butte Charmont for natural ones, if you just want one green space).