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One of Paris' most recently-constructed parks. "Parc André Citroën" was built on the former site of the Citroen factory in 1992. Located in the 15th Arrondissement. It’s close to the Beaugrenelle center.
It is an excellent example of modern park design. It's a unique walk...More
Multi level park with many interesting features. Types of plants are well marked and if you have trouble with the French language signs simply utilize the free WiFi to log onto the parks web site. Balloon was not in operation when we visited due to...More
I've been meaning to visit this park for some time now. Finally got to it. It was a grey, winter day, but the park was clean, very well manicured, with few people. The two large greenhouses were closed, but you could see the many trees...More
It’s a nice place to relax or take your kids out for play. Well maintained lawns, small pond with ducks roaming freely around. There is a hot air balloon too which goes over 150 m high and gives you a nice view of the city.
This Park is a lovely stroll down the Seine from central Paris, and well worth the effort. The park has little hidden garden areas, a wonderful lawn to laze about on and a water fountain which was full of happy children cooling off. Free toilets...More
Maybe not Paris' most attractive park nor its most popular, but it's spacious and offers a range of different spaces in which to relax and/or play.
Some aspects show signs of neglect - for example, the water features - but generally, it's well enough maintained....More
One of Paris' most recently-constructed parks, Andre-Citroen was built on the former site of the Citroen factory. Good use of obsolete industrial land. Some open spaces and some interesting water treatments. Way off on the edge of the city.