It’s almost three weeks since we returned from Europe, and I’ve finally sifted through my photos. I felt like my first post should talk about the fun playgrounds/parks in Paris. What an awesome experience to see the girls jumping right into the mix at playgrounds many miles from their home. We only had three days in the City of Love, but found some awesome kids spots to share and recommend.
Jardin Du Luxembourg – Or as Mia calls it “the largest playground in the world.” Check out this kiddie zipline in our video. It was 1 Euro to enter, but totally worth the minimal cost. The park is in the garden of the French Senate located within the Luxembourg Palace.
Jardin des Tuileries – Perfect stop after visiting the Louvre. This garden was created in 1554 and located between the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde! Grassy areas to picnic, a cool playground, food vendors (including cotton candy) and a trampoline park in the midst of it all.
Parc de Bercy – Right near our hotel in Bercy Village was the huge Bercy Parc area connecting 12 beautiful gardens. The girls loved the winding paths and of course the fun play area. The parc is situated on the bank of the Sienne so you can take a peek at the famous river and the city.
Check back for more posts from our Europe adventure! I promise I’m getting through these photos and memories and will have lots to share to help you plan or dream about your next family trip.