Opening Rue Madame: Discover Paris’ 6th Arrondissement with Maison Kitsuné
Maison Kitsuné is about to move in Paris' left bank. To celebrate, Everyday this week, we're taking you on a Maison Kitsuné Tour Guide throughout the 6th district.
Maison Kitsuné is about to move in Paris’ left bank! To celebrate and avoid any desorientation, we’re taking you on a virtual Maison Kitsuné Tour Guide throughout the 6ème arrondissement!
Discover famous landmarks and hidden gems!
First stop: The Jardin du Luxembourg !
Located South of the sixth district, the Luxembourg gardens appeared in 1612 by Marie de Medici, the widow of King Henry IV of France, as she constructed her new residence: the Luxembourg Palace.
The garden is now owned by the French Senate and covers 23 hectares. It is well-known for its lawns, its tree-lined promenades, flowerbeds, the model sailboats on its circular basin and for the picturesque Medici Fountain, built in 1620.
Perfect to laze around in the sun, take a stroll in the elm trees’ shade or observe the beautiful rectangles of flower parterres, this green piece of heaven is the perfect escape plan in the surrounding urban jungle!
Stay tuned for the next episode!
Try to guess where we’re taking you next! Here’s a small clue: “To be, or not to be”…