A haven of peace in the heart of the city, this remarkable garden offers up its green setting for all your contemplations.
The very first public garden in Toulouse, the Jardin Royal was created by Louis de Mondran in 1754 and later transformed into an English-style garden in the XIX Century.
Enhanced with a duck pond, a pretty bridge and very beautiful benches made of wrought iron that ingeniously serve as a handrail, this little garden also houses statues, notably those in honour of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and his Petit Prince and Déodat de Séverac.
Numerous species of trees, such as ginkgo biloba, hackberry, cedars of Lebanon, Virginia tulip trees and Osage-oranges, confirm its status as a listed Remarkable Garden.
The little added extra is that you can access the Grand Rond Gardens and the Jardin des Plantes by taking a walkway that connects them all.
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