The funny adventures of two buddies of Asterix and Obelix devoted a lot of comics, cartoons and some films. But in the French capital in honor of these exciting small built even themed entertainment complex! It is in Paris. in the amusement Park and the Parc astérix theme we go for a walk today.
How to get to Parc Asterix?
There are several ways on how to get to Parc Asterix:
Drive the 30 km by car via the A1 motorway from Paris towards Lille. For the right to leave the car in the Parking lot will have to pay 8 euros for the day.
To take the RER train and drive it on the line to the station at the Airport, where transfer to walking to Parc Asterix bus.
Book a transfer from Paris that makes the most sense when traveling with a large group.
Amusement Park Asterix in Paris
All the rides in the Park Asterix is divided into five thematic groups-villages, each associated with a particular time and culture: Continue reading
France: Asterix Park, the home Park of the Parisians
The village of the Gauls, Ancient Greece. Roman Empire, Egypt. country fearless Vikings and the streets of Paris, the Musketeers… Here all along. After all, it is a famous amusement Park Asterix . located just 30 km from the capital of France.
Park based on the story of the beloved French comic book hero and cartoon Asterix opened April 30, 1989. He works 12 months a year and takes up to 1.8 million visitors a year.
Parisians consider it “home” Park: after all, tourists here. Though for tourists there are different ways to issue your tickets without payment for the visa and soon to be in this tale. And the visitors here are much smaller than in the popular Disneyland, and virtually no queues. And that’s entertainment enough!
The Park is divided into 6 historical zones. In each of them guests are welcomed with the characters of the comic book in the appropriate era costumes.
In “Egypt” you can ride the children’s roller coaster on the charming wooden train or test yourself on the dizzying roller coaster inverted coaster oziris.
“Ancient Greece” offers a peaceful boat journey on the river of Elis and the roller coaster “Flight of Icarus”. Continue reading