Paris’ second largest public park is located in the Luxembourg Palace, house of the French Senate. It’s a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike when the weather outside is fine and the 23-hectare garden becomes a prime spot for sunbathing, reading, and other activities. You can admire the impressive sculptures, ride the merry-go-rounds and ponies, watch puppet shows, or enjoy a game of tennis. Bring your pets and don’t be deterred from activities if you have young children: a daycare service is available for your convenience. In addition to terraces and chestnut groves, the garden is home to some urban orchards, the Luxembourg Apiary, and the Orangery with orchards of lemon and orange trees.
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