Stroll in the Buttes-Chaumont parc near the hotel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est

Hôtel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est, Paris

In a green space, the Buttes-Chaumont parc is one of the largest public parks in the capital. Enjoy your stay at the hotel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est for a beautiful escape in this mythical Parisian park. Built on old gypsum quarries, this gives it an important elevation which gives some interesting city’s views. It was Napoleon III who decided to create this park in 1863 and it was inaugurated on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition in 1867.

While strolling, you can admire the small island in the center of the lake in the middle of the park, the waterfalls, the caves and its eccentric temple inspired by the Temple of the Sybil of Tivoli. If you are staying with your family  in our hotel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est, the children will be delighted by this walk where they can enjoy swings, playgrounds, theater of Guignol, but also the riding school.

How to get to the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont from the hotel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est

Located just a few minutes walk or by the various bus lines that serve the Gare de l’Est, the Buttes-Chaumont parc is a must to enjoy the green spaces offered by the capital. On foot, it will take you about 30 minutes to reach the park by the street Manin, you will then enter by the porte Sectan, one of the 6 main entrances of the park.

Enjoy this walk in the city to admire the buildings that mark your walking tour: Paris is full of wonders! By bus and metro, it will take you about 20 minutes to get to the park. You will then enter by the main door at the corner of the Botzaris street and the Simon-Bolivar street. So you have no excuse not to go to this little green paradise of our beautiful capital.

For any information about public transport or itinerary to be borrowed, do not hesitate to contact the reception, the staff of the hotel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est will be happy to help you.