At 995 hectares the park is enormous and offers something for everyone,,,zoo, flowers, boats and bikes for rent, walking trails, Bhuddist temple, and island restaurant. Lovely place to relax.
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This park is so relaxing and beautiful. We had a picnic here with the view of the lake and the Temple of Love. We then rented a boat and rowed around for an hour. Would definitely recommend to spend the day or half. Also a...More
After visiting the Parc Floral de Paris, I walked a bit in the Bois de Vincennes, since that is where the Parc Floral is located. This is simply an enormous parc. I don't know if I could cover the entire thing on foot in several...More
Bois de Vincennes at the Île de Reuilly is a great place to spend the day. You can bring your bicycle, a picnic basket, and a pair of binoculars and spend a relaxed day exercising and watching the birds that nest by the lake. The...More
I ran through this park during the Paris Marathon and was very impressed. It is a huge park with lots of greenery. It feels a very far away from the hustle and bustle of Paris and a lovely escape from the city.
The Bois de Vincennes covers a vast area to the West of Paris, sprawling across 995ha (almost 4 square miles). Although it has some specific attractions, such as the zoo, it's mainly best for just walking or cycling around, free from the traffic and pollution...More
There is a castle, a lake where you can go rowing, a zoo and lots of flower gardens. Extensive hiking and biking areas. Lots to see and do. Oh and don't miss the Foire de Trone if you are in town in the spring. It's...More
Beautiful park. Great people watching - so many interesting folks enjoying the place. We rented a boat and paddled around - had an absolutely great time. Parisians are serious about their parks - if you spend any time there, they're really near the top of...More
We were staying in the 12th arrondissement in Paris in September 2013. It was just a decent, but not to long to the Bois (woods). We decided to walk there one morning. It was a little cool and overcast, but we were fine. Lovely areas...More