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This swimming pool is very nice in theory, but it's always closed in reality. I don't know if the city of Paris is going to fix the problems and open it again. The only information which is seen on the door is that it's closed...More
The Josephine Baker swimming-pool is on the Seine River. Yes, you read well, ON the Seine River itself. On a floating structure on the Seine River, to be more precise. It is a warm and comfortable swimming-pool. The water is very clean and treated in...More
I visited Paris with my daughters (10 and 12 years old). We stayed at a small Hotel near Place de la Republique. We rented a bike, biked all the way through Paris made a swim in this floating swimmingpool in the Seine. Had a lovely...More
This is an innovative pool on a barge in the Seine. It is a bit of a trek from the nearest metro station but a lovely way to spend a couple of hours.
It can get busy, especially in the August Parisian weather so we...More
What an amazing experience! I'm a regular swimmer and absolutely loved this place. 3,60 e entry fee and a swimming cap is mandatory (tip: a store called GoSport in Les Halles has a great and CHEAP selection of swim suits/caps/goggles if you don't travel with...More
This is quite difficult to find from the metro. We went on a dry warm day. I wanted to spectate, however I was told I'd need a bathing suite to do so. Luckily I had come prepared. Also had to purchase two swim caps (3€...More
A swimming-pool on (or should I say "upon") the river Seine... tempting. The problem is that the pool is tiny, and so overcrowded that it is almost impossible to swim without bumping into someone else every 5 seconds. And really, it is expensive for what...More
I went to the Josephine Baker pool in July on a very hot afternoon and it was amazing.
It was worth waithing (longer then 1 hr!, but there is some sun protection).
The entrance fee was 5 euro for 2 hrs. Be aware of the...More