France Parks Guide
France Parks Guide - Car Hire France
France Park France is home to many parks which are enchanting and where you can unwind and spend some time. Some of the popular parks in Paris are Parc Andre Citroen, Arboretum de l'ecole du Breuil, Parc de Belleville, Parc de Bagatelle, Parc de la Butte-du-Chapeau-Rouge, Parc de Bercy, Parc Georges Brassens, Park des Buttes-Chaumont, etc. Before the French revolution some of the formal parks in Paris were open only to the royal people. The waterfall at France Park gives the tourists an opportunity to click beautiful pictures. You will find enclosed and open shelters all over the park which can be hired for receptions or even family gatherings, etc.
Arenes et jardins de Cimiez
This parkland covers the hill of the chic inhabited Cimiez district, exhibiting a different outlook at every turn. The park has a small olive grove, a monastery garden and Roman amphitheatres which collectively make up a stroller's heaven. The olive grove along with the amphitheatres renders a perfect background for hosting the yearly Nice Jazz Festival and folk carnivals.
Domaine de Meric
The family property which was once the summer residence of painter Frederic Bazille (is now a city park. The house and garden does not allow access to the public but the 12 hectares of parkland is open all through the year to public. The parkland has majestic trees, pine and maple woodland, and meadows.
Domaine de Grammont
For different kind of celebrations like wedding, or even practice sport or may be to simply enjoy the open area this is the best park. This park is spread over an area of 90 hectares to the east of the city centre. The park has a bird reserve, a city horticultural centre, and tropical greenhouses. A theatre, a concert arena, sports and horse riding complex also form a part of this huge park.
Jardin Albert I
This is the perfect place to take a break and relax before going on a travel around of the city. It is a shelter of tranquillity with a big lawn, pine and palm trees, fountains, and inviting blue chairs. These chairs are flawlessly positioned to link Vieux-Nice, the city centre and the seaside Promenade des Anglais. The children will be pleased to ride in the delightful wrought-iron merry-go-round, playing happy tunes on the uncommon functions it is in operation. You cannot afford to miss the very tall arc-shaped sculpture, produced by artist Bernar Venet.