Parc de Bercy

41 rue Paul Belmondo - 75012 Paris
Situated on the site of former wine warehouses, the Parc de Bercy still retains some reminders of its past, such as a vineyard and an old railway line. Located at the heart of the 12th arrondissement, between Gare de Lyon and the Cour Saint-Émilion district, the Parc de Bercy is a lovely place for a walk whatever the season. On one side is the largest concert venue in Paris, Bercy Arena. At the other end is the 'jardin romantique' with its little lake and island, populated with ducks and lilies. And in between, film lovers visit the Cinémathèque française (designed by American architect Franck Gehry). Biodiversity is an important part of the Parc de Bercy, with the Maison du Lac (exhibitions on the gardens, conferences, etc.), the Maison du Jardinage (advice for new gardeners, gardening classes, etc.) the Chai de Bercy (wine store) and the Orangerie. The park is a popular with families for walking, football and rollerblading and is a perfect place for Parisians to unwind.

-Physical disability: metro line 14 is accessible (no gap between the train and the platform, lifts in Bercy and Cour Saint-Emilion metro stations), ground-level entrance to the park, some walkways have flat paving stones, some areas are not accessible, adapted toilets available at Bercy Village (passage Saint-Vivant), free and adapted coin-operated toilets at 102 rue de Bercy and 12 boulevard de Bercy.

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41 rue Paul Belmondo
75012 Paris
Parking lot
Lyon-Diderot, 12 Rue de Bercy - 75012 Paris
Bercy - Relais Mercure, 12 Rue de Bercy - 75012 Paris
Public transportation
14Cour Saint-Emilion
CBibliothèque Francois Mitterrand
64Parc De Bercy
24Gare De Bercy - Popb