In Paris parks and gardens have now re-opened, with people taking advantage of being able to once more enjoy the weather and fresh air after these weeks in lockdown. See more here and the latest round-up of news at our site here
On the outskirts of the city lies Parc de la Villette, where you can have a lovely walk alongside the waters edge, or to relax on the lovely areas the park offers.
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The unique architecture and design that holds a museum dedicated to cinema within Parc de Bercy.
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Large open grass areas of Parc de Bercy, perfect to sit down and relax with friends or family during the warmer months in the sun or shade.
A view of Canal de l’Ourcq as it goes through the centre of Parc de la Villette, offering a calming atmosphere.
Named Les Treillies this is a throwback to the history of Parc de Bercy where it was a wine market.
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Located within Parc de la Villette is this decommissioned submarine where you can go inside to get a feel for how the navy used to operate.
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Parc de Bercy’s very own Potager – or kitchen garden – used by both professionals and as an educational tool for visiting school children.
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Located around the Champ de Mars are unique stone benches which feature a vase feature at one end.
Just one of many open areas of Parc de la Villette, where locals can enjoy the sun of take shade under the many trees available.