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When the Roland Garros and Bercy tournaments are coming up, I do interval training in this large, lovely public park almost every day with my coach to keep me at my best. We usually run for an hour around Lac inférieur. If you want to run with tennis players and other athletes, come here a few days before major competitions in Paris: All coaches take us there to practice in the open air!
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Great place to walk around lakes on a sunny day. There are also plenty of small cafeterias where you can have ice cream or tea/coffee on the waterfront.
A must do for whom who really styed in Paris. It is a bit like the Big Apple central Park...just that it is not central at all...Plein Ouest ;-))
Take a little rowboat. Watch the swans and mix with the locals in the lovely 16th arrondissement
A beautiful and safe park to stroll in (lots of runners, too). You can rent rowboats to float around the ponds, or take a tiny ferry across the a little island with a nice restaurant.
At the town’s northern boundary is the sprawling Bois de Boulogne, which like many of the parks around Paris was formerly reserved for royalty to go hunting. Since the mid-1800s it’s been a public park of staggering proportions, more than two and a half times the size of New York’s Central Park. …