Parc Georges Charpak

Parc Georges Charpak
On April 28, 2020

The Georges Charpak Park, formerly Parc Marianne, was designed by Michel Desvignes and covers an area of 8 hectares in the heart of the Port Marianne district.


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The Georges Charpak Park, formerly Parc Marianne, was designed by Michel Desvignes and covers an area of 8 hectares in the heart of the Port Marianne district.

The Charpak Park is evolving and on the first 4 hectares, crossed by the Lironde, more than 500 trees have been planted (white willows, oaks and umbrella pines). This garden is a space made up of several terraces with meadows and will see at the end of its development playgrounds, furniture...


Park area of ​​Meric

Park area of ​​Meric
On April 28, 2020

The Méric park is a large park of about ten hectares in the heart of Montpellier, on the Domaine de Méric, where the painter Bazille and his family lived. Bazille found inspiration for many of his works here


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The Méric park is a large park of about ten hectares in the heart of Montpellier, on the Domaine de Méric, where the painter Bazille and his family lived. Bazille found inspiration for many of his works here.

The park is known to the people of Montpellier for its meadow with an impressive poppy flowering in April. You will also find a dog area, a children's playground, and interesting vegetation (Mediterranean woods, hundred-year-old trees, English garden...). The park allows a real country getaway, family picnics under the trees, a stroll along the Lez to admire the water reservoirs and the remains of old water mills, or a quiet break on a bench.


Jardin du chateau de flaugergues

Jardin du chateau de flaugergues
On April 28, 2020

The gardens have been laid out over the course of history on 4 hectares. The presence of vines dates back to the Roman period as can be seen in the Roman villa at the back of the park


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The gardens have been laid out over the course of history on 4 hectares. The presence of vines dates back to the Roman period as can be seen in the Roman villa at the back of the park. The gardens and parks were classified as Historic Monuments in 1986, and received the label "Remarkable Garden" in 2004.

The terraces and the French garden were laid out by Etienne de Flaugergues in 1700. The orangery and the English park were laid out in 1850 by Charles Joseph de Boussairolles. A study of the gardens was carried out in 1997 by students of the Versailles School of Architecture, in order to give a coherent future, which led the owners to make numerous redevelopments in particular, the bamboo grove, the olive tree avenue, the orangery and its surroundings, as well as the creation of a garden of the senses.


Le Jardin Médiéval d'Uzès

Le Jardin Médiéval d'Uzès
On April 28, 2020

Enjoy the feeling of the moment; take the time to enjoy fresh herbal tea offered to the strollers, either under the spring sun or in the shade of a white mulberry.


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At the heart of the city of Uzes, a twelfth century site. The old stone King’s and Bishop’s Towers, rich in memories, are in complete harmony with the plant kingdom. If you like you can go up the 100 steps of the King’s tower. You will discover a beautifull landscape and a view on the roofs of all Uzès houses.

Enjoy the feeling of the moment; take the time to enjoy fresh herbal tea offered to the strollers, either under the spring sun or in the shade of a white mulberry.


Jardin des Plantes en Saint-Cyprien

Jardin des Plantes en Saint-Cyprien
On April 28, 2020

The Jardin des Plantes de Saint-Cyprien is a calm and voluptuous place to stroll alone, in pairs or with the family and will awaken your senses.


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Open every afternoon, the Jardin des Plantes de Saint-Cyprien offers visitors an unforgettable visiting experience and a great idea for a romantic stroll.

The park promises an original change of scenery, only 5 minutes from the beach, an oasis of freshness in the heart of the resort.

The Jardin des Plantes de Saint-Cyprien is a calm and voluptuous place to stroll alone, in pairs or with the family and will awaken your senses.


Jardin de La Fontaine

Jardin de La Fontaine
On April 28, 2020

Its creation began in 1745. At the request of the King of France, Louis XV, Jacques Philippe Mareschal (King's engineer, Director of fortifications for the Languedoc provinces) is the designer.


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Its creation began in 1745. At the request of the King of France, Louis XV, Jacques Philippe Mareschal (King's engineer, Director of fortifications for the Languedoc provinces) is the designer.

Mareschal's ambition was to stage the spring and the ancient remains discovered, in a composition inspired by the French gardens: with its symmetrical alleys, its rows of trees, the whole enriched with balusters, vases, benches (in the centre, the allegorical sculpture representing Nîmes).


Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

Parc des Buttes-Chaumont
On April 17, 2020

The Buttes-Chaumont Park, in the north-east of Paris, is one of the biggest and original green spaces in Paris, measuring 25 hectares. Its construction on quarries explains its impressive steepness and change in levels and heights.


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The Buttes-Chaumont Park, in the north-east of Paris, is one of the biggest and original green spaces in Paris, measuring 25 hectares. Its construction on quarries explains its impressive steepness and change in levels and heights.

Visitors can appreciate stunning views of the city from this hilly setting, especially in the Montmartre district. The layout gives it a particular charm: caves and waterfalls, a suspended bridge, and a high viewpoint. It is brightened up with exotic, indigenous trees and numerous birds (seagulls, moorhens, and mallard ducks) share the area and enjoy the artificial lake. Entertainment for children also takes place in the park and there are break areas where you can get something to eat.


Bois de Vincennes

Bois de Vincennes
On April 17, 2020

This is Paris's biggest park, created, like the Bois de Boulogne in the west, when the former royal hunting forest was landscaped by Alphand for Baron Haussmann.


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This is Paris's biggest park, created, like the Bois de Boulogne in the west, when the former royal hunting forest was landscaped by Alphand for Baron Haussmann.

There are boating lakes, a Buddhist temple, a racetrack, restaurants, a baseball field and a small farm. The park also contains the Cartoucherie theatre complex. The Parc Floral is a cross between a botanical garden and an amusement park. Amusements include Paris-themed crazy golf, with water drawn from the Seine, and an adventure playground. Next to the park stands the imposing Château de Vincennes, where England's Henry V died in 1422.


Le Jardin Des Chartreux

Le Jardin Des Chartreux
On March 30, 2020

The Jardin Des Chartreux in Lyon overlooks the quays of the Saône on the slopes of the Croix Rousse. The garden is near the baroque church of Saint Bruno des Chartreux. 


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The Jardin Des Chartreux in Lyon overlooks the quays of the Saône on the slopes of the Croix Rousse. The garden is near the baroque church of Saint Bruno des Chartreux.

The garden is the work of the Bühler brothers from a French family of Swiss origin. The Bühler's will later create the park of the golden head. The Charterhouse garden consists of several large lawns planted with trees (magnolia, cedar, chestnut) and dotted with various statues from the 1950s.


Jardin du Gros Cailloux

Jardin du Gros Cailloux
On March 30, 2020

The Jardin des Curiosités is a belvedere over the city of Lyon, a local garden designed by a multidisciplinary team including an artist.


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The Jardin des Curiosités is a belvedere over the city of Lyon, a local garden designed by a multidisciplinary team including an artist. As part of a cooperation agreement between Montreal and Lyon, two spaces, inspired by American pocket gardens, have been created by designers from across the Atlantic in densely populated areas. Located on Fourvière Hill, in an area declared a World Heritage Site, the Belvedere garden developed by our team on the theme of crossroads looks out over Lyon and evokes memories of Montreal or reverie.


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