Today I suggest that we take a walk around and do some photos down by the Louvre. After all, this is one of the main attractions in Paris. Louvre is the most visited museum in the world (9.6 million visitors in 2019) but we will not go in there - we’ll take a walk around. Keep in mind that you can’t go inside and take photos on a tripod just like that. For this you need to obtain a special permission first. So let's start with the Tuileries garden.
Tuileries Garden lies in the heart of the city covering a huge space between Place de la Concorde and the Louvre. This is the largest and most ancient regular-style garden or jardin à la française.
It boasts a geometrically perfect layout, straight avenues, flower spaces, pools and fountains. Cozy nooks here and there, hardly ever visited, offer rich views of the Louvre. You can lazily wander in the shade of the alleys or sit on the green chairs at the fountain. In summer and Christmas period, an amusement park opens up from Rivoli Street, so you can have a go on the swings and fly high over the garden, and enjoy the view of the Louvre from a bird's-eye view (well, rather a pigeon’s view but still...:)).
The garden is perfectly suitable for both romantic and family photography.