Photo Diary: Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil of Paris

I always liked greenhouses and therefore, I was very excited to find out that there was a botanical garden right next to our hotel on our last visit to Paris.

I researched it a bit before our visit. The Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil is a botanical garden set within a major greenhouse complex on the southern edge of the Bois de Boulogne in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. A botanical garden was created in 1761 under Louis XV; elegant, turquoise greenhouses were constructed in 1898 by Jean-Camille Formigé. It sounded great.

So, on a rainy March day we decided to pay a visit to the gardens after we pampered ourselves in the spa of our hotel. Peering glass rooftops which we saw while approaching the grounds looked like from a fairytale  Outside there were no signs of life, but inside was another story – different shades of grey, and some fashion bloggers scattered around producing content.

We hopped from one greenhouse to another. Succulents, palms, tropical flora… It was a heaven to our eyes. To share a glimpse of our experience, here are our favourite photos from that day – to see more, you will just have to visit it yourself.


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Author: Karolina

Karolina is a blogger for Europolitan Trends, sharing stories about cities & regions, local businesses, and inspiring urban details. She is a public affairs professional, always ready to travel and explore.

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