1. Trocadéro Gardens
Created for the specialized exhibition of 1937, the Trocadero Gardens is a must-do for each first visit of Paris. These 94 000 square meters of green areas offer a breath-taking view on the Eiffel Tower. At the centre of the garden, the impressive fountain of Warsaw offers you a unique experience with its 20 water cannons.
Thanks to the City Hall of Paris, a free Wi-Fi access is available in the gardens.
2. The floating garden on the Seine
Inaugurated in 2013, the floating garden on the Seine consists of five islands located on the upper quays of the Seine between two bridges: the Pont des Invalides and the Pont de l’Alma. Each island has its own identity. The Brumes island has a particularly high vegetation at the heart of which some loungers are available for a chill-out time. The Prairie island is great too with a tall grass, wild vegetation and flowers. The Birds island contain a bird aviary, the Orchard island is embellished with apple trees, and you can find on the Central island willows and other beautiful trees. The islands are link to each other by some gateways, allowing bystanders to move freely.
A creative idea to go out in Paris, with the bonus of a free access to the city’s Wi-Fi network.
3. Monceau Park
Built at the XVII century in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the Monceau Park is one of the most elegant garden in the capital. It is surrounded by the most beautiful Parisian luxurious building and sumptuous private mansions. Inside, the park is full of surprises: a great diversity of birds and amazing trees, a huge basin, many statues, a Renaissance arcade from the former town hall of Paris and plenty of playgrounds.
The park offers a free Wi-Fi access to visitors.
4. Champs Elysées promenade
Good news, the walk on the finest avenue in the world now offers a free access to the Wi-Fi network of Paris. From the Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe, you can now walk on this famous avenue where the most prestigious stores are, while continuing to tweet.
5. Champ de Mars
The Champ de Mars is a vast green park from the military school to the the well known Eiffel Tower. It is where you can have a wonderful stunning view of the most famous monument of Paris. In front of the military school, there is the Wall for Peace raised in 2000, symbolically standing on the Champ de Mars, as Mars is the god of war in Roman Mythology.
Parisians and tourists meet here each day for picnicing, strolling, playing ball or music. Recently, a hotspot Wi-Fi has been set up to offer each visitor a free access to Internet.
6. Richard Lenoir promenade
The Richard Lenoir promenade is one of the most beautiful place of the capital and highly appreciated by tourists. Two kilometres long, the promenade is extending from the Place de la Bastille to the Place de la Republique. It is located above the Saint-Martin canal, which has been partially coated, and is composed of four different gardens: the Richard Lenoir garden, the Bréguet-Sabin garden, the Bataclan garden and the Jules Ferry garden.
On the promenade approaches, you can find footbridge allowing to cross the canal. Small romantic detail: the light shafts surrounded by vegetative cover, overlooking the canal.
Wi-Fi hotspots are available on the promenade, allowing people to stay connected for free.
7. Tino Rossi garden
The Tino Rossi garden is a real open air museum of sculptures, where the greatest contemporary artists are exhibiting: Brancusi, César, Ipoustéguy, Rougemont, Zadkine, Schoffer, Stahly, and many others. Located between the Arab World Institute and the Jardin des Plantes in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, it literally lined the Seine.
You can roam in this beautiful place, while surfing on Internet thanks to the free Wi-Fi hotspots.
8. Bercy garden
Located at the hearth of the 12th arrondissement of Paris, between the Gare de Lyon and the Cour Saint-Emilion district, the Bercy park is a vast green area of 14 hectares. It includes three gardens: the “Romantic garden” made up of basins and dunes replenishment, the “Parterres” where pedagogical vegetable gardens are open to public, and the “Prairies” (wide shaded lawns).
The park is very close to the National Library of France by the Simone-de-Beauvoir bridge above the Seine.
Free Wi-Fi hotspots are available in the park.
9. Esplanade des Invalides
The Esplanade des Invalides is a wide green area located between the Place des Invalides and the Quai d’Orsay, enhancing the North façade of the Hotel des Invalides. Made up of large lawns, statues and squares, Parisians like to stroll there.
Since a short time, you can connect to Internet from the Esplanade des Invalides thanks to the Wi-Fi network implemented by the city of Paris.
10. Montsouris park
Located in the 14th arrondissement of Paris, the Montsouris park is one of the largest in the French capital. You will find a lake, many statues and a remarkable diversity of plants. There are also a restaurant, a meteorological observatory, the Montsouris water reservoir (involving one third of the Parisian consummation) and various birds species to see.
A free Wi-Fi access is available for visitors.
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