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In the thick of Catherine de Medicis’ gardens

During the second part of the 16th century, the Regent of France named Catherine de Medicis at the time, had the Tuileries Palace built on wilderness lands neighbouring the Louvre. Today, from that royal and imperial mansion only gardens remain. In fact, the monument was burnt during the Paris Commune of 1871, a social conflict degenerated into rebellion. The Gardens were converted for the French style in the 17th century by the landscaper André Le Nôtre, introducing promenade, meditation and relaxation. You can discover the work of Rodin, Giacometti or Maillol, also there are fairground carousels, ponds and fountains, along with the Museum of Orangerie.

Helzear flats or suites enable you to accommodate in a hotel near to the Trocadero, then to take fully advantage of timeless gardens’ peaceful.

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A walk at the Seine’s edge

The Branly quay located along the left side of the Seine’s edge develop through Paris, from the Alma bridge until the Bir-Hakeim bridge. Before the 18th century, the Swans island gathering several islets were linked to the edge with a bridge overhanging a small canal that has been filled in 1780. It was over an… Read more »

Within sport and culture

Built in the 19th century over the Tuileries garden, the monument which is currently home to a museum, once upon a time was given to the Jeu de Paume, forefather of many contemporary games as tennis or Frisian handball. At the beginning of the 20th century the structure and its companion the Orangerie have been… Read more »

On the rooftops of Paris

Passing through Paris you may seek a typical restaurant to share precious moments with your close relations? We advise you to put your luggage up in a Helzear suite or room, a hotel near to 39V, then to go discover a menu that incorporate with pleasure as the great French culinary tradition as a modernity… Read more »