Some memories never fade: a stolen kiss, an exhilarating roller coaster ride, one’s first trip to Paris. This most-stimulating city enthralls with endless diversions and delights.
In the spring, bright tulips, cheery narcissi, and blooming cherry and magnolia trees paint the grounds with fluffy plumes of color. Come late spring and the first days of summer, another wave of floral abundance emerges: roses, peonies, delphiniums, lupines, and campanulas. At the splendid Musée Rodin, dedicated to French sculptor Auguste Rodin, The Thinker floats above lush beds of vibrant roses in late May, offering an unforgettable experience for the flower lover and art aficionado alike.
Venture outside the city to discover heavily fragrant mock orange and fields of daisies blooming, along with roses, peonies, and lilies, throughout the massive expanse of the gardens of Versailles.