Walks around Paris

Parc des Buttes Chaumont / Vinicius Pinheiro (Flickr)

Walking is a great way to discover a city and see things that you never would have seen otherwise. Here we suggest five great (and green) walks around Paris to enjoy by yourself, with your family or WordCamp friends 🙂

Jardin des Plantes

The Jardin des Plantes is the main botanical garden in France and part of the Natural History Museum. Created in 1635 as a medicinal garden, it’s one of the most attractive green areas of Paris. 🔎 Read more

Coulée verte René-Dumont

The CoulĂ©e verte RenĂ©-Dumont was the world’s first elevated park. It is a way of 4,7 kms with a lot of plants, a walking path and a bicycle path built on top of an obsolete railway infrastructure. 🔎 Read more

Jardin Des Plantes
Jardin Des Plantes / Chris Waits (Flickr)

Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

The Buttes-Chaumont Park is one of the biggest green spaces in Paris. A perfect park for children and adults with break areas where you can get something to eat. 🔎 Read more

Cité Internationale Universitaire

Half way between a large Parisian garden and a small village, the Cité Universitaire has some beautiful pavilions that are registered historical monuments. 🔎 Read more