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Very nice little park. Not very clean by North American standards but ok. Boats to rent, pony rides for the kids, people fishing, tight rope walking. Just simply tons going on in the park. A very nice walk around. A nice lake that the trails...More
Excellent for passing sometimes for avoiding the heat and the traffic jam and really a short way from everything.
The zoo is not the most interesting part but for the children..another story my friends,
To go and go again.
Cheers,Olli from Riad Dar...More
This huge park is a massive green space that works for health and relaxation. My favorite activity is rowing on one of the lakes, but the zoo is a runner-up And then there are the pavilions left over from the international expo in the 1930s.
Efficient, straight forward bike hire, with well maintained basic bikes
Despite having a map provided, rode in circles as park poorly signposted. Couldnt visit Parc Florial nor Arboretum with bikes. we should have asked for bike locks when we hired them.
But had pleasant ride...More
This is one of the lungs of Paris, the huge park on the eastern side of town. You will find the zoo, but best of all are the lakes and I recommend renting a row boat and going from one side to an island and...More
Well, actually, this was some years ago. We were renting an apartment in Vicennes and frequently rented bikes. We would ride through the forest and often ride to down town Paris, park the bikes and visit the city. This is the best way to actually...More
One of the green lungs of Paris, a huge park on the East side, with a zoo, the remnants of an international expo, lots of bike and hiking paths, a castle, and best of all, lakes where you can rent boats for rowing.
Hi - last week in Paris we went to the races at Longchamp (Bois du Boulogne) and it seemed pretty easy to just buy a ticket at the gate (5euros). Not sure if it will be more difficult in the height of summer but as with all... More
Hi - last week in Paris we went to the races at Longchamp (Bois du Boulogne) and it seemed pretty easy to just buy a ticket at the gate (5euros). Not sure if it will be more difficult in the height of summer but as with all things in Paris in tourist season, getting there early would be the key. Try the Paris Info website for contact details and info on times etc - for the Hippodrome de Vincennes, Paris.
Also very easy to get metro to Vincennes but it's a huge place so you might want to check if there's a courtesy bus from the Metro to the race track - there was one at Longchamps but as we were running a bit late we chose to get a taxi instead. Good luck and enjoy the races!
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