Paris has 3,000 hectares of green space and not less than 455 parks and gardens. It is at the top of the tree as the greenest capital in Europe. From large forests to the smallest local public squares with numerous parks and gardens in between, the city has perfectly woven green geography throughout the urban landscape.
In Paris, the tradition of the garden is located in the heart of the historic and the modern environmental planning. The main building, whether formal, cultural or scientific, present their green extensions for a perfect synergy between nature and culture.
For those who appreciate the green spaces on a large scale, the French capital boasts some wonderful parks that stretch for several hectares and punctuate the urban landscape with huge bursts of green. Each district sports a special place with a wide variety of circuits and systems. There is something for everyone.
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