Parc de Bercy
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Mark J
33 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
This place is dirty, smelly and unpleasant. There is a small ticket booth, some dirty wet toilets with no toilet paper, some vending machines and not much else. Inside is basically buses and people; no seats. Outside there are some seats, exercise equipment and green grass. Don't come here expecting a nice place to sit with coffee and snacks. Its just a busy bus station.
Written January 16, 2020
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LuceNB
Moncton, Canada8 contributions
Jan 2023
The worst place to take a long distance bus from Paris. Flixbus, BlaBlaCarBus and a few others all depart from there. Dirty, terrible, sickening, I have no harsher words for this place. Toilets are hell. I don't know who runs this place but it is a total shame. Forget coming here to quietly wait for your bus four hours, better choose a coffee shop in the close charming Bercy Village.
Written March 19, 2023
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Abdul M
Chicago, IL314 contributions
Aug 2019
We found this park just walking and entering. It was a great experience and my daughter had a blast, especially looking at the fishes in the pond. This is a big park and you need time to explore all the sides. We need to go back and explore other parts of park. There is a lot to spend time. There are bathrooms, swings, places to sit and enjoy lunch or just have a nice picnic. I think I didn't even know about this before, but it was great to find it. I hope you do enjoy it!
Written January 22, 2020
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annychalderon
Paris, France166 contributions
Nov 2018 • Friends
Go by walk here after lunch at Bercy Village. Its Nice parc with many flowers. There is a little lake with many duck. So lovely. There is an old building that before used as ald wine market. Recommended place and of course for photoshoot also.
Written November 7, 2018
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Violet
Paris, France97 contributions
Jul 2014 • Family
Park de Bercy is divided into 3 parts, if you are coming from the Bercy metro end the first part of the park is open plan. Dogs are allowed to run about, so obviously there are quite a few cacas on the grass. There is a skate park and football games are held . The second section has a lovely rose garden and a little house which has been turned into a museum, The flowers are always particularly beautiful in this part of the park. There is a children's' play area with climbing frames. Dogs are not allowed in this part.The third park is to be found over the bridge which joins the two parks. This too has children's climbing frames and is sometimes a little quieter. There is a pond/small lake grass to picnic on and space to allow the children to run free for an hour or so.
Written July 8, 2014
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Eli B
Sydney, Australia3,697 contributions
Nov 2012 • Couples
The park is one thing but the footbridge is the princess in this scenario. This pont has pedigree. Its the 37th bridge in Paris,the fourth dedicated to non- motorised traffic.... that means you and me. it gives direct access to the National Library of France,the Left Bank and the magic oasis of parc de Bercy,on the Right Bank,as well as the docks.
Its a metallic structure covered with an oak floor and makes a hell of a bold statement. The architectural design is light and transparent using the most advanced technology to achieve its lens-shaped structure.
The foot paths,follow the shape of the bridge's curves offering a stroll on the upper arch or on the deck below. Cycling is a pleasure, as well .Pedestrians can easily move from one level to another with a staircase linked to a lift,providing access to the banks.
I love this bridge because its unfettered,stylish in its modernity and provides great opportunity to meet and chat to people,and dogs, along the way.
Written October 4, 2013
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BeckyBooBird
Fort Myers Beach, FL509 contributions
Oct 2012 • Couples
Bercy was once was the largest center of wine and spirits trade in the world. Technology and modern methods heralded its demise, and by the 1970s the wine warehouses were abandoned, and most were later demolished.

This lesser-known Parisian park is off the beaten tourist-track. It covers 35 acres and was built as part of a revitalization plan for the eastern side of Paris. Adjacent to the park is Bercy Village, a newly-developed shopping area where the old wine warehouses were converted into shops, restaurants, and cafes. There are two metro stops that serve the park: Bercy is at the end nearest the Bercy Stadium, and St. Emilion is at the opposite end, nearest Bercy Village. On the day we visited Bercy, we went to the Musee des Arts Forains (Carnival Arts Museum) in the morning, had lunch at Bercy Village, and visited the park in the afternoon. (The restaurant where we had lunch was "Partie de Campagne," and I can recommend the cassoulet, a casserole with sausage, goose, duck and white beans--it was perfect on a chilly day.)

The park is divided into 3 parts. The part nearest Bercy Village is The Romantic Garden. There is a belvedere (a lookout point) that looks like a big, round, bush-covered hill, but on closer inspection, you can see a spiral path among the bushes that takes you to the top of the hill; there is a Lake House, complete with ducks in the small lake; a sculpture of what looks like a Mayan head in the middle of a basin with water lilies; and a wisteria-covered arcade on either side of a basin with even more ducks.

The middle part of the park has 9 themed gardens, including a vineyard, in deference to the park’s history, and a kitchen garden with herbs, where school children can learn the basics of gardening. The third part of the park is the Great Prairie. On one side of the Great Prairie is the Cinematheque Francaise, housed in a unique building by Frank Gehry--he compared the building to “a dancer lifting her tutu.” The Palais Omnisports de Paris, where both sports events and concerts take place, is facing the park. In front of the stadium is a basin and fountain called "Canyonaustrate" because it is made of canyon-like structures over which water pours from the basin. On the other side of the Great Prairie is a stair-stepped fountain down which water cascades. At the top of the stairs is the Grande Terrace. There are 2 sights here: one is the graceful footbridge across the Seine which leads to the National Library of France; and the 21 sculptures of “Children of the World,” created by Rachid Khimoune in honor of children’s rights. Wandering around this whole area is a lovely way to spend the day and enjoy the many natural and man-made sights it has to offer.
Written March 27, 2013
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MixaylB
Hazmieh, Lebanon446 contributions
Mar 2021 • Couples
A huge parc next to “Village de Bercy” where there are ponds, green spots for picnic and outdoor ballades. There are also some outdoor gym equipments for training.
Written March 27, 2021
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totoman
Paris, France68 contributions
Oct 2018 • Family
I went there following the advices from trip advisor. The park is full of hidden places which has attracted a lot of weird people : drug dealers, alcoholics... They turned the park into a gloomy place and I found it definetely not family friendly apart from the "grandes pelouses" in front of the cinematheque. I'm very dissapointed and it's really not a nice park to visit in Paris, there are dozens of better choices in the city.
Written October 28, 2018
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DCNike
Washington, DC213 contributions
Oct 2018
A converted wine market for Paris has been made into a lovely park of a decent size that connects two metro stops. I would recommend you exit on Cour St. Emilion and enjoy the little food court area where the wine storage used be. There is also some decent shopping and a movie theater close by. Walk through the part (try the stairs that take you up to the river crossing to the national library) all the way to the Bercy metro stop
Written October 7, 2018
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