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A rather attractive park which contained vegetable gardens maintained by local schoolchildren and close to a lively area where the wine merchants used to sell their products, but now with lots of bars, bistros, craft shops etc.
Go by walk here after lunch at Bercy Village. Its Nice parc with many flowers. There is a little lake with many duck. So lovely. There is an old building that before used as ald wine market. Recommended place and of course for photoshoot also.
I went there following the advices from trip advisor. The park is full of hidden places which has attracted a lot of weird people : drug dealers, alcoholics... They turned the park into a gloomy place and I found it definetely not family friendly apart...More
A converted wine market for Paris has been made into a lovely park of a decent size that connects two metro stops. I would recommend you exit on Cour St. Emilion and enjoy the little food court area where the wine storage used be. There...More
I loved everything about this park - the water features, the flowers, the little hidden areas of the garden, the sculptures - all of it was beautiful and relaxing. Although there were many people in the park, it never felt crowded. A perfect place for...More
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