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Fun for grown ups. Better attractions than Disney (in my opinion). The only problem is that it's a french park for french people... few people speak other than french. And I didn't see many characters in the park... shame, cuz I love Asterix books.
We visited Parc Asterix on the first stage of our trip to the French Alps.
Brilliant fun for all the family; the rides were great and the queues were not too bad.
The shows were very good too; the Dolphins were excellent, but the best...More
Beautiful park BUT entertainers should at least speak and understand simple English. We couldn't communicate and even though the show were fantastic we did not understood a word. An English translation is a must
We had just visited Disney for 2 days, which was so clean , friendly, and spotless and well run, so to come to this park was quite disappointing. On the plus side, some HUGE RIDES!!! Not cheap, 90€ for 2 of us, no kids prices,...More
We visited on a week day when it was quite rainy and so the park was quietish but also quietened off as the day went on due to the rain. As a result the queues were very manageable and so we got to do all...More
This park is just fabulous ! It’s not as pricey as Disneyland and it’s more family-friendly and enjoyable. It’s also an authentic park because, no matter what we say, Asterix is all about the early French culture. I would definitely recommend it !
Exciting shows, beautiful dolphins and awesome rides but without the long queues of English parks or Disney. Our longest wait was 20 mins (on a weekday visit) and most were much shorter. Perfect for the kids and making the day great value.
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Had a great day at the park. Used the navette from le Louvre an arrived at the park having bought guy tickets in advance online. Strolled into park. Was beautiful and clean , mostly very small lines. Could do with some more English maps etc....More
The shuttle by itself is 9 euros (8 for children 3-11) right now! But you can buy combined tickets/shuttle online quite often.; Check the website. There is also a place to buy them right at the shuttle's waiting area... More
The shuttle by itself is 9 euros (8 for children 3-11) right now! But you can buy combined tickets/shuttle online quite often.; Check the website. There is also a place to buy them right at the shuttle's waiting area or "in the shuttle (5 euros/trip).
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Yes there is an area for smaller kids. I think that is better suited for kids 5 to 7 though. Most of the rides are geared toward young teenagers. I went because I am a big fan of the characters of the books and I was... More
Yes there is an area for smaller kids. I think that is better suited for kids 5 to 7 though. Most of the rides are geared toward young teenagers. I went because I am a big fan of the characters of the books and I was surprised with a few goof roller coasters. I think they are just a couple of years away from really enjoying the park now