What trees are there in Paris?
|1||Robinia pseudoacacia (Black locust)||Square Viviani, Paris|
|2||Acer sempervirens (Cretan maple)||Jardin des Plantes, Paris|
|3||Quercus macrocarpa (Bur oak)||Jardin des Plantes, Paris|
|4||Platanus orientalis (Oriental plane)||Park van Monceau, Paris|
Are there forest in Paris?
In need of nature? The Paris Region forests are the green lungs of our destination! From Fontainebleau to Rambouillet, from Dourdan to Saint-Germain-en-Laye and Montmorency, enjoy a breath of fresh air with our Top 5 nature excursions around Paris.
Where is the largest forest in Europe?
Sweden. Sweden has largest forest cover in Europe with about 28 million hectares representing 68.95% of the country’s total surface area. The forests of Sweden include Kolmården, Kolmården, Tiveden, Tylöskog, and Norrland.