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The « Jardin d’acclimatation », clean air and open space in Paris !

Categories : Entertainment, published on : 8/9/15

A little corner of nature that has been preserved since 1860, the « Jardin d’acclimation » of Paris features numerous animal and plant species for visitors to discover, and contributes to the fight against global warming. Founded by Napoleon III the park has continued to evolve and adapt over the years.

An internationally acclaimed destination

The park is undoubtedly one of the most popular destinations during trips to the capital. It is ideal for families, and a great excuse to take a trip back to your childhood as you share in the fun and laughter at the puppet theatre. Known around the world, the « Jardin d’acclimatation » was the first ever theme park in Paris. Over the years the purpose of the park changed somewhat as fairground attractions and rides were added.

Fun for young and old

Enjoy a family trip to a hidden green space where you’ll be surrounded by all kinds of animals. Float down the river on one of the boats, or trot next to your child as you accompany them on a pony or camel ride.

Family Package at The Chess Hotel Paris

Enjoy all the activities you want thanks to The Chess Hotel Paris who thought of everything for you. The "Family outing" package at The Chess Hotel Paris not only includes entry to the park for the whole family, but also a clever pass that allows you direct access to other attractions where you can enjoy a change of scenery and a fun day out.

Your stay at a wonderful hotel

The Chess Hotel Paris offers connecting rooms from 499EUR that are ideal for families of up to 4. Your hotel also offers you the entrances to the « Jardin d’Acclimatation » for the family and a book of 15 tickets for the attractions. You can take advantage of these exceptional offers till the end of August 2105. A tasty buffet breakfast is included, providing the perfect start to your outings and adventures.

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