Few cities can say they have an aqua park right in the City Center, but that's exactly where Paris has had one for over ... More
Few cities can say they have an aqua park right in the City Center, but that's exactly where Paris has had one for over ten years. Situated within a huge sports complex offering a number of other activities including tennis and weight training, the aqua park is equipped with hot tubs, sauna, wave pool and water slides. Try to avoid the busiest times (Wednesdays and weekends) for a splashtastic day out! Check out their website for detailed information.
I LOVED HOW IT WAS SO FRIENDLY! It was the coolest experience of my life!! It had tennis, excersize machines, everything you could want in a place that features everything! I Ell-O-VEE The indoor waterpark, it's a must to see and go in paris!
Aquaboulevard was an amazing find. As an American living in Paris, I was looking for a place to work out - even though the long walks in Paris were good exercise, I missed a traditional gym. I found Aquaboulevard, and it is so much more than a traditional gym - what an amazing place! I joined immediately, and it wasn't too expensive for a year's membership. Everyone there was very nice, and some spoke English. It was a good place to meet people/socialize as well. Not only is the water park a great place for families, but if you are living abroad, take advantage of this amazing fitness facility on a regular basis.
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