During almost 2 full months this Summer, the Tuileries Gardens in Paris, France will be hosting one of the big funfairs of the French capital, namely Fête des Tuileries. This is a greast opportunity to have fun and quality time with family and friends.
Merry-go-round, big wheel, bumber cars or exhilarating rides, candy floss or waffles, trampoline or rifle range: whatever your taste you are sure to have fun amongst the sixty-odd stalls and rides set up in the famous Tuileries Gardens in Paris.
Both young and old can enjoy the sweet joy of toffee appltes, candy floss, marshmellows and crispy waffles.
The high point of the fair, the Festival de Jazz Manouche (free) on 13 and 14 July will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Django Reinhardt with a selection of musicians.
The Tuileries and Carrousel gardens form a pleasant, leafy setting for the Louvre palace. A delight at any season of the year, they provide the perfect place for a relaxing stroll and offer a range of activities for visitors of all ages.
Place de la Concorde
Jardin des Tuileries
From June 26 2010 to August 21 2010
By Ellen Cashew, staff writer