Jardins 7ème Arrondissement Parks & Gardens

Square d’Ajaccio

Square d'Ajaccio, jardin du 7e

If you walk around the Invalides, or if you go to the Rodin Museum, absolutely do make a detour to the beautiful small public garden « Square d’Ajaccio », next to the Esplanade des Invalides

Created in 1865 (during the reign of Napoleon III) this little green space in the 7th arrondissement offers you a sumptuous romantic setting full of flowers in summer. The rest of the time, you can enjoy large trees filling the garden (plane tree, horse chestnut, tulip tree), some of which are centenaries.

Sheltered fom shrubs and perfumed essences, you will also enjoy the amazing artistic atmosphere of this public garden, decorated with three pretty statues made in the late 19th century.

An elegant decor to take advantage of quietly seated on a bench, before doing more visits in the neighborhood!


Useful Informations

Square d'Ajaccio
127 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris

Metro : Varenne (L 13)
Bus : 63, 73, 83, 84, 94


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