Routes in Paris to do with children, combining leisure, discovery and culture. You will find in each walks green spaces offering activities for children, pedestrian areas, and some unusual discoveries the whole family will enjoy.
1. Eiffel Tower district
Start your walk at the Trocadero. Just like adults, your child will not be insensitive to the breathtaking view from the esplanade to the Eiffel Tower, the Champs de Mars and the Ecole Militaire .
Then enjoy the lovely garden Trocadero, its fountains and lawns. You can also stop by the Aquarium de Paris. Then head to the Champs de Mars, a large park that has many facilities for children (rides, ponies, puppet theater … ).
Go to the the Seine walking Avenue Rapp, and show your child the amazing Art Nouveau building – called Lavirotte building- at No. 49.
At the Seine, stroll on the Banks, an entirely pedestrian area that offers activities and games for children.
2. Louvre district
Start your walk at the beautiful Place de la Concorde, then enter the Tuileries Gardens, located on the site of an ancient palace of the kings of France.
Point you in the garden ( to the Louvre ), where there are many outdoor sculptures by the artist Aristide Maillol . Built like a maze , this beautiful garden is ideal for combining culture and leisure.
Lcour then enter the Louvre and enjoy the scenery of buildings and pyramid. The Louvre is not especially suitable for children, although activities are organized for them (see website of the Louvre ) . See here for the museums in which to take your children.
Out of the Rue de Rivoli side and head towards the Royal Palace , former home of Richelieu and the Orléans Family Court . Your children will be equally intrigued by you both contemporary art visible to the Royal Palace . The first is the subway kiosk of Party People , Place Colette , the second Columns of Buren, located in the main courtyard of the Royal Palace. Very popular columns kids!
3. From Park Georges Brassens to André Citroën
In the south of Paris , walking from Georges Brassens Park to Parc André Citroën through the former railway line the inner ring , open to pedestrians since 2013.
You will find in the beautiful Parc Georges Brassens many activities for children, an apiary , a vineyard and an antiquarian book market and used under the old halls of the park. A contract with , évidemmebt , many free children and comics.
Then look at the 15 district via the inner ring , a green space especially for pedestrians. Located at the site of the old road that went around Paris in the 19th century , today biodiversity and ecosystem preserved.
After the small ring , you arrive in the large Parc André Citroën , one of the newest gardens in Paris , where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the city from the inflatable balloon .
If your child is still in shape, you can continue your walk along the Seine or on the pleasant avenue des Cygnes , green pedestrian space in the middle of the Seine.