The closest park it's a new one in the vicinity of the Batignolles. Nice area for kids, teens and adults with a picnic area, playground areas, surronded by flowers and water. Opens until 9:30pm
a small merry go round and plauground for kids - nice and very smart duck . nice walk .
This is a place with a church and a park where you could find : - a lot of restaurants and cofee - a authentic little park in Paris
Stunning 19th Century typical Parisian park with lots of ducks, swans, and birds, swings....
If you want to run, enjoy the sun or if you have kids (there is also a small skate park, a soccer field, a basketball field...)
One of the most romantic parc in Paris, small but really cute with nice trees, flowers and animals !
the so typical tiny church the rounded place and behind the typical parisian square. Make a tour enjoy the antiquaires and cafés you won't regret
This square is quite nice and you should also try Parc Martin Luther King a few meters away. But, nothing to do there if there is no sun...
Big and large green place 5 minutes walk down rue truffaut . Ideal for a pique nique, a jogging , or just play with kids . See also Square des batignolles nearby- smaller but more "chic".
“There are only two bug organic markets in Paris. This one is on saturday morning. A must. ”
“TYPICAL CHARMING MARKET STREET : Excellent Fresh products !!! very good place to do shopping (for all : clothes and food !)”
“Beautiful terrasse in the sun, and the restaurant has interesting volumes (for those who like design and architecture). The food is good, generous and at reasonable price. 10€ brunch on sundays (the cheapest around)”
“Beautiful park where you can stroll, have a picnic, skate, jog, stop to read a book & many other things. Check it out!”
“The construction of Parc Monceau dates back to the 17th century, under the orders of the Duke of Chartres. This beautiful park, which has inspired many famous paintings, was created in the 18th century for Philippe Egalité, the cousin of Louis XVI and the father of King Louis-Philippe I.”