The French art of living is known throughout the world. In addition to our gastronomy, the art of gardening is also famous all over the world. A French garden is by definition: "The French garden, also known as a regular garden or classical garden, is a type of garden with trimmings and amenities, an expression of classicism in the art of gardens, in other words the search for formal perfection, theatrical majesty and a taste for spectacle." To celebrate the upcoming arrival of spring, MyZen TV takes a look at 4 French gardens you have to discover. The Garden of Five Senses - Yvoire An incredible place in the heart of the medieval village Yvoire in Haute-Savoie. The 5 senses garden is a real living work of art with a unique sensory experience. Within the garden, discover a small labyrinth composed of a garden of sight, garden of hearing, garden of touch, garden of smell, garden of taste: everything is inside this park! You should expect to pay around ten euros for entry. The gardens of Chambord Castle The gardens of Chambord Castle are made up of 618 trees, 840 shrubs, 200 rose bushes, 10,928 flowering perennials and 15,640 boundary plants. Located in the Loir-et-Cher, from the dungeon to the castle, the gardens of the Chambord Castle are a must-see! Eyrignac & its gardens In the heart of the Périgord Noir, 13km from Sarlat, visit Eyrignac and its gardens, historic monuments from the 17th and 18th centuries. Come and discover the fountains, the white rose garden and the 300 spectacular hand-carved plant sculptures! The Orangery of the Palace of Versailles The famous Palace of Versailles is home to one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. Indeed, the Orangery is a perfect example of the technicality and the sense of detail of the French. The geometrical and rounded forms transport us to the heart of the 17th century under the reign of Louis XIV. Now you know four French gardens ! Which one is your favorite ? Find all our travel and escape shows on our streaming platform MyZen TV!