The green spaces of Paris!

The time when April gives way to may is filled with special romance in Paris. The French capital is experiencing a rebirth, welcoming spring and delighting guests and locals with an abundance of fresh greenery, rainbow fireworks blooming flowers and maddening smells of this spring. The whole day indoors may seem like hell compared to the Paradise view from the window.

It's time to go for a walk in the best Park areas of the capital. Take the handle of a beautiful woman as Paris elite escorts and embark on a journey through the original gardens of the Western part of the city. Moreover, almost all of them are concentrated on the territory of the former hunting grounds of the kings of France in the Bois de Boulogne.

Today, it is the largest green space in the Western part of Paris with an area of 850 hectares, countless pedestrian crossings, 28 kilometers of horse riding and 15 kilometers of Cycling routes.

Why not start the day off with a leisurely horse ride through The Bois de Boulogne or head to bagatelle Park, located in the heart of the Park. Built in 64 days, as a result of a bet between Marie Antoinette and her brother-in-law, count Artois is a place of giant trees and lush flower beds.

The Park is like a miniature fairy-tale state, charm and romance which give artificial waterfalls, small bridges, hidden among the dense greenery of the cave and small ponds.
Among the main attractions of the Park is a magnificent rose garden with 10,000 roses 120 varieties and an ancient Chinese pagoda. T

here is also a delightful garden of Shakespeare, where theatrical productions of the best plays of the playwright take place in the shade of centuries-old trees.
If you like exotic, you should visit the Greenhouse Garden, located in the South-Eastern part of the Bois de Boulogne. The five main greenhouses with architectural ornaments of the late nineteenth century hide in their depths a unique collection of rare plants, trees and exotic animals.

You will have a unique opportunity to walk along the orange and palm groves, visit the tropical garden, or enjoy the lush greenery of classical music.
And if you are already accompanied by Paris escorts in the Western area of the city do not miss the rare jewel located in the Japanese garden Museum and tea pavilion Guimet.

The Museum's collection spans 5,000 years of Asian art and within its walls you can find everything from Indian fabrics, swords and armor of samurai to Chinese art pieces, and vintage maps of the city, when the earth was not round.

Here you can also immerse yourself in meditation, hear the rhythm of shamanic drums or see the visual expression of the Tibetan Book of the Dead digitally on your computer. And then relax in the tea pavilion or Japanese restaurant of the Museum.