For easy access, continue on Avenue de Saint-Cloud until the six way intersection, and take a 90 degree right to access the trail(s).
After perusing paintings at the Louvre and consuming sweets at the corner patisserie, take a morning and explore one of the locations outlined below.This image—on your phone or camera—will help orient you when you come across one of the many thoroughfares that criss-cross the park, many of which are well-marked. As you explore the trails, be mindful that visiting the edge of any major drivable thoroughfare may bring you face-to-face with the less reputable side of this natural area: prostitutes.Lone men wandering the woods may attract attention, but a quick flash of your binoculars should dispel any questions about the intention of your visit.Mixed flocks of tits are likely throughout the park, including—in order of abundance—Great, Eurasian Blue, Long-tailed, and Marsh.Crested Tits can be found in the conifer trees that line carless Avenue de Saint-Cloud that runs north-south down the middle of . The ample undergrowth hold many of the likely suspects, including European Robin, Eurasian Wren, Song Thrush, Eurasian Blackbird, Blackcap, Common Chiffchaff, and Willow Warbler.
Located to the west of Paris, Bois de Boulogne is located just outside the circular highway that defines the borders of Paris.