Comfort Hotel Lagny Marne La Vallee
21, rue Jacquard
Lagny Sur Marne, 77 400
Phone: (33) 1 6430 4488
Fax: (33) 1 6430 9778
21, rue Jacquard, Lagny Sur Marne, FR, 77 400
- Phone: (33) 1 6430 4488
- Fax: (33) 1 6430 9778
Base de Loisirs de Vaires is an outdoor space with facilities for water activities and racket sports. It's an ideal place to bring the kids and make a day out of the the beautiful French countryside!
Open year round seven days a week, Golf Disneyland is a haven for golf fanatics and beginners alike. Located just a few kilometers from Disneyland, the course is uniquely built with a graduated double fairway that will not overwhelm beginners and designed in such a way that pros can always find new challenges. In keeping with this theme of flexibility, the course is comprised of three nine hole courses that can be played in combination for a unique experience every time. The clubhouse (whose glass dome resembles a golf ball) features a bar, restaurant, and 'Goofy's Pro-Shop'.
This closed circuit racetrack offers rally racing motor-heads the chance to live the dream. Circuit Carole is dedicated to motorsports, offering a variety of adrenaline pumping engagements including motorcycles, karts, side cars, and more. The dynamic track contains all the high intensity curves and white-knuckle straightaways you can handle.
The excitement of the racetrack is easily accessible within the city of Paris, at one of the many events of the Paris-Vincennes Hippodrome. This facility is categorized in the Première (1) Categorie Nationale, and includes two circular tracks, reception halls, restaurants, and of course the stables. See website for scheduling details and panoramic views of the Hippodrome.
Always providing an option particularly for children, the Salle Pablo Neruda is a theater, dance, and concert venue managed by the municipality with 300 places for spectators. The space is open to all, and is a center cultural pole of the city.
The largest park in Paris was originally a forest named Vilcena which surrounded Lutèce (the Gaul name for Paris) and became the property of the King in the 11th Century. Following its destruction during the Revolution, the army installed themselves here in 1794. It was only in 1857 that Napoleon III decided to transform it into an English-style park and it took three years of work. Today, it looks very much the way it did after the renovations: vast lawns, charming paths and a stunning network of waterfalls, islands and pools. The three lakes, Minimes, Saint Mandé and Gravelle were put in at this time. When the city of Paris took over the park in 1860, they added the lac de Daumesnil. Visitors can rent boats on the lakes, explore the tropical garden, the Buddhist and Tibetan temples and visit the Musée des Arts Africains et Océaniens.
With three locations just outside Paris, Aventure Aventure is France's premiere outdoor adventure theme park. Featuring expansive rope courses and exciting ziplines through the majestic Tyrolean forest, the park caters to individual explorers as well as families, businesses, and schools.
Some adventure and entertainment is surely a good idea while on a vacation. Creteil offers an immense variety of outdoor activities in its Base de Loisirs. As the name suggests, the place is the base for leisure and recreation. Located near the luxurious Novotel, this center offers an array of leisure facilities like a swimming pool, a playground, a water park and also provides for adventure activities like river rafting and kayaking. A fun filled destination, Base de Loisirs caters to all; individuals as well as groups. Visit the website for further details and booking procedures.
This immense site, spread over three kilometers (one-and-a-half miles), is first and foremost a park where both children and parents can play and relax. With its wooded glens, a canal winding through the lawns, staircases climbing up the hillsides to lovely views, and flat lots for roller blading, this place is very popular on sunny Sundays. Children of all ages are invited to unleash their imaginations here: dragon gardens, astounding acrobatics, gentle dunes, and rolling fog set the stage. Linger for awhile in the Bamboo Garden to hear the wind blowing through these enormous grasses and imagine you are surrounded by jungle!
The Kapla center is located at the tip of the Faubourg-Saint-Antoine, close to the Bastille. The district is extremely charming. The furniture makers and all other trades involving wood are housed in the Faubourg. More and more fashion designers have also recently decided to open shops in the district. The writer Patrick Sûskind, in "the Perfume" very accurately describes the atmosphere (and the smell!) of the street. The Kapla center offers workshops for children. With small pieces of wood called Kapla, they can build monsters, houses or cars. Children, a lot more than their parents, know that game and love it. The center also offers to babysit your kid during the course! They're really friendly.
Opened in 1867, this park was built by Jean-Charles Alphand who designed a number of parks during the reign of Napoleon III. Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is spread over 24.7 hectares (61.03 acres) and features an artificial lake, a rocky island, exotic trees, bridges, waterfalls and a grotto. The most significant part of the park is the Temple de la Sibylle which is a scaled-down replica of the iconic Roman Temple of Vesta. The public park also has restaurants, puppet theaters and other facilities making it very popular among locals and tourists alike. A stroll through the historic Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is definitely worthwhile.
Kart'in features massive, circuitous tracks for go-cart aficionados looking for a speedy ride. Because no go-carter wants to race over the same terrain for too long, the founder of Kart'in, René Arnoux, redesigns all the tracks every three months. Tickets can be purchased individually, in bulk, or in group packages.