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n the eastern side of the Park, when you are approaching the "Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir", bridge, there on both the sides stand 21 sculptors, very contemporary and very unique. I tried to find information about them, but none was available easily.
Rachid Khimoune sculpted these "Les...More
We were staying nearby and went for a walk and came across this park.
If you are in this area it is well worth a visit. Children would love it.
There are a range of areas- ponds with turtles,ducks and carp, open areas with plenty...More
If you are ever in the neighbourhood then you must find time to visit Parc de Bercy. An amazing urban park with style, history and locals.
You can forget that you are in a big city - well worth a visit
Visited many parks in Paris, I find this park unique and the small ponds and sections of wild flowers were soothing and beautiful.
Also the old houses that remain and the link to the wine storage and warehouses with the dining village incorporated is very...More
What a gloriously calm and beautiful park to visit if you need to destress from the hustle and bustle of nearby Paris. It's within easy walking distance of the Pullman Bercy Hotel, the trendy Bercy Village, and the Metro. Worth visiting if you need a...More
two rows of metal figurine sculptures alongside the Seine. Each one represents a different country. Unfortunately most of the plaques are missing and it was fun trying to work them all out. The bridge over the Seine from here to the national library is well...More
This park is highly underestimated!!! It's very pleasant to walk around or just sit under the sun! By the river and between Bercy and the Cour St Emilion (Bercy Village), it's at the heart of a busy district and a good option if you go...More