Go Smell Flowers in Glass Houses

In the heart of the 16th arrondissement, escape into a calm meditation in a glass house filled with the aroma of ferns, Forrest plants, tropical plants, palm trees and orchids. The houses are a result of Jean Camillie Formige and were first built to grow plants for Paris’ parks in 1895. This is a great reason to visit the 16th, which you might otherwise have left untouched, that is, unless, invited to a particular Saturday brunch. This weekend sip a coffee and nibble a croissant at a cafe and then take a stroll in a glass house for some aroma therapy.Admission is one euro. Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil1 bis, ave de la Porte d’AuteuilParis, 75016 FranceOpen 10-5pm daily33 -1- 40- 71- 75 -23
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