Square du Vert-Galant 1st arrondissement (Metro: Pont Neuf, Cité or Saint-Michel) , a centuries-old romantic hotspot. Let’s now stroll to another favorite centuries-old romantic hotspot, le Square du Vert-Galant at the tip of the Île de la Cité. How did the park get its name? Parisians gave the little tear-drop-shaped park the flamboyant King Henri IV’s nickname, “Vert-Galant,” or “Gay Blade,” since he was larger than life, compassionate, and wildly loved!
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THE SECRET GARDENS OF HOTEL SULLY Fodor's describes this early Baroque gem as "one of the city's loveliest hôtels particuliers", and I'd have to agree. Hôtel de Sully, on the Rue Saint-Antoine in the Marais (just near the Place des Vosges), is truly one of the city's best-kept secrets, and perhaps that's a good thing. Less people to obscure the glorious garden views. The classical formal gardens are a delight on a sunny day (or even a winter's one): quiet, free from Marais noise and traffic…
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El obelisco pacificador en la plaza de la Concordia-Paris
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6th arrondissement - the charming Cour du Commerce Saint-André is a remnant of ancient Paris.
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