Springtime in Paris
Spring is one of the most beautiful seasons in Paris in my opinion. At this moment I can only dream about Paris in Springtime…flowers are blooming. The trees are blossoming…the city is full of my favorite colors: pink and white and waking up after a long Winter. It’s time to go outside and enjoy the city at its prettiest.
What would I do when I had the opportunity to visit Paris in Spring?
Waking up in a beautiful apartment in the 7th arrondissement with a balcony where I would like to have my breakfast.
Or enjoying my breakfast at a sunny terrace and making plans for the day.
Visiting a market for fresh fruits and vegetables.
Shopping. I love to shop in Saint Germain des Pres, because of the variety of shops, less known boutiques, galleries and the choice of cafe’s.
Walking along the Seine in the sun.
Visiting the romantic Rodin Museum with its beautiful garden.
Reading a good book in Jardin du Luxembourg.
Dinner time! I would choose to cook at home (what I bought at the market this morning :)) or to enjoy my dinner at a lovely brasserie.
In the evening I would enjoy the sunset from one of the Parisian bridges….
Where to find the blossom trees in Paris?
Tip: The blossoming season begins at the end of February/beginning of March and last through April, but it varies from year to year.
Jardin du Palais Royal (6 Rue de Montpensier, 1eme)
The garden next of Hotel de Ville (Place de l’Hôtel de Ville, 4eme)
Eiffel Tower – Champ de Mars (Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 7eme)
Square Rene Viviani, near the Notre Dame (5eme)
Jardin des Plantes (57 Rue Cuvier, 5eme)
Square Marie Trintignant (4eme)
Jardin Saint- Simonian (Belleville, 20eme)
The trees in front of the famous bookstore Shakespeary & Company (37 Rue de la Bûcherie, 5eme)
In front of the metro exit Falguiere (15eme)
Have you ever been in Paris during Springtime?
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