The Jardin Tino Rossi is a small garden in Paris located along the banks of the River Seine and is home to the Musee de la Sculpture en Plein Air, and a small amphitheater that holds an open-air dancing festival.
Covering an area of 30,000 you can walk along with the garden, and the bank in an exclusively pedestrian trail. There is a small amphitheater area, which is situated right by the edge of the water at the Quai Saint-Bernard opposite the Jardin des Plantes that has become a venue for a dancing festival held every summer from May through to September that you will find couples performing folk, tango, salsa. The best way to enjoy the park is to sit alongside the Seine with views of Notre Dame, IIe Saint-Louis With Park Square Barye insight. There are plenty of areas to sit and relax and watch the cruise boats float by having a bite to eat and watch the locals.
Parts of the Jardin Tino Rossi are also accessible to the disabled, but you can also gain access to the Jardin Tino Rossi Garden via a staircase located just in front of the Arab World Institute by the Pont de Sully end, which is the easiest way to get here.
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