Aquaboulevard, Paris

Aquaboulevard in Paris - Europe's largest water park. Its total area is 7,000 square meters. It was built in 1989 in the heart of France, and is a four-storey complex, within which there are several beaches located outdoors and under a glass roof, and a huge number of all kinds of water activities and attractions. Fountains, pools with artificial waves and sand or pebble beaches, geysers, large and small slides and waterfalls - all presented in the waterpark. Make the stay fun and memorable to help as a sauna, jacuzzi and solarium. You can also go to the gym or visit the sports shops, go to the cinema or enjoy a quiet moment in the garden of exotic plants. Optionally, you can also play squash, bowling, mini - golf or tennis. The main highlight of the water park is a 30 -foot model of a blue whale, the idea of ​​which belongs to Jacques - Yves Cousteau. Young visitors can climb inside a whale and examine its internal organs, and then go down the hill in a shallow pool.

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