Catherine Laboure public garden, which takes its name from a young nun who allegedly witnessed apparitions of the Virgin in the 19th century, is the type of green space you go by without even noticing it. Good news, it means that you will for sure find there a calm and romantic atmosphere… Hidden behind the wall of the Rue de Babylone, this old garden is in any case a perfect stopover in the heart of Paris.
A flowery and romantic space
Furthermore lawns publicly accessible (except in winter), this garden is a real orchard that we enjoy most in flowered season. The benches in the shade of the arbor planted with vines, apple trees, cherry trees offer a nice romantic setting, while children can vent their energy on the playground. Another advantage is that you will rarely bothered by any noise. Misconducts do not makes reputation of the very bourgeois 7th arrondissement…
Finally, note that an association dedicated to the preservation of the environment (CPN Val de Seine) is present inside the park and offers every Wednesday educational activities for children between 4 and 8 years.