International hospitality from Iceland to Bosnia
Despite the French capital’s rapidly changing neighbourhoods and endlessly cool vibe, its centuries-old haunts hold fast to an atmosphere that is purely Parisian.
The Jardin des Tuileries has been a local haven of socialisation and relaxation since it opened to the public in 1667. Designed in the style of an Italian Renaissance garden by landscape architect Bernard de Carnesse, it continues to capture a sense of 17th-century opulence despite several redesigns. (Ming Tang-Evans)