Tennis Club du Jardin du Luxembourg. 138 boulevard du Montparnasse 75014 Paris. Contact. firstname.lastname@example.org 06 60 25 65 02. Création site internet : ...
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Adresse : Tennis de Jardin du Luxembourg 75006 Paris. Accès : rer B : Luxembourg , à 200 mètres et métro : Odéon (ligne 4 ), Rennes (ligne 4) et Cluny – La Sorbonne ( ligne 10) à 500 mètres. Tél. Pavillon Raynal : 01 43 25 79 18. Terrains à proximité : Atlantique à 1,3 km
Although situated in the Jardin du Luxembourg, the grounds of the French Senate, these tennis courts are looked after by Paris City Council. To play here, all you need is a Paris-Tennis pass, issued free of charge by the attendant keeping an eye on things from the hut opposite the outdoor courts. Thereafter just pay when you play.
Le tennis apparut, dès la fin du XIXème siècle, sur la terrasse et dans les allées du jardin du Luxembourg. Jeunes enfants, étudiants et bourgeois, hommes et femmes, venaient échanger des balles à coup de raquettes au grand étonnement (ou mécontentement) des promeneurs paisibles, et des nurses, nounous et bonnes d’enfants ! Il devint donc urgent de réserver à nos tennismen et tenniswomen un ou plusieurs terrains….
Tennis du Jardin du Luxembourg - Odéon - Paris, Île-de-France.
The Jardin du Luxembourg, known in English as the Luxembourg Garden, colloquially referred to as the Jardin du Sénat, is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, France. It was created beginning in 1612 by Marie de' Medici, the widow of King Henry IV, for a new residence she constructed, the Luxembourg Palace. The garden today is owned by the French Senate, which meets in the Palace. It covers 23 hectares and is known for its lawns, tree-lined promenades, tennis courts, flowerbeds, model ...
Jardin du Luxembourg is very popular in the summer months with Parisians and visitors soaking up the sun in the iconic green metal chairs, chatting on benches, strolling or even playing tennis on the courts within the garden.
Admission to the Jardin du Luxembourg is free, although you'll pay extra for activities such as the children's playground, pony rides, model-boat rental, and tennis. Hours of operation vary by season, with opening times ranging from 7:30 .am. (March-September) to 8:15 a.m. (mid-December through mid-January).
There are also lots of lighted outdoor courts, though none at the Luxembourg. At the top end of the Jardin, senators working late presumably frown on the idea of “their” park being garishly illuminated for the benefit of a handful of tennis-playing plebians. Furthermore, the Senate has things at the Luxembourg courts quite to its own liking.
Most of the Jardin du Luxembourg finds pathways of gravel between enormous lines of great elms and apple trees, beautiful hedges, sculptures, and fountains. This is the same style featured in the Jardin de Tuileries, directly next to the Louvre, and also in the Versailles gardens. Essentially, the Parisian park style allows for clean lines and proper pruning.