Like many other green Parisian parks, the Andre-Citroën park is quite formal in its design: terraces, lawns and symmetrically arranged flower beds. It is dedicated to the famous car inventor, Citroën, whose first factory was situated near the banks of Javel nearby. Divided into "black," "white," "red," and "blue" gardens, it has a modern, futuristic aspect, emphasised by the large concrete patio, which dominates the "white" garden. Mostly visited by Parisians living in the area, it is fairly sheltered from the crowds of tourists who flock to the more famous parks. The visit is worthwhile though to see its cascades, luxurious plants, towers, lilies and its tranquillity.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 07:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries
- Nearest Train: Balard