When we are traveling with kids we have to look for different things to do and a visit to Parc Floral de Paris is a great option for the whole family!
When we travel with kids we simply have to get out of the “tourist comfort zone” and explore different places. Parc Floral de Paris was one of these places on our last trip to beautiful Paris.
Parc floral de Paris is a public park and botanical garden located within the Bois de Vincennes in the 12th arrondissement of Paris and it’s the site of major annual flower shows. To get there we took the metro – line 1 (the nearest station is Chateau de Vincennes). You can also take the RER – line A and get off at Vincennes.
What can you do there? Walk, enjoy nature, kids can play in the great playgrounds, have lunch, ride a surrey, watch a free concert…
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We highly recommend a visit to Parc Floral and your day will be even better if you also take the opportunity to visit Chateau-de-Vincennes (post coming soon!), right by the park.
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