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Parc Asterix

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Parc Asterix is the second world class theme park of Paris after world famous Disneyland Paris. Its main advantage is less queing at the attractions.

Parc Asterix is a lot of fun to young children and families. There is no other Parc Asterix anywhere.

There is no public transport from Paris to Parc Asterix. Come by car or book a coach tour from Paris. The Parc Asterix coach tour from Paris costs 65 euros, transport and ticket included. It is both practical and economical.

Parc Asterix attractions

Parc Asterix is designed after the Asterix comic books by Goscinny and Uderzo. Asterix and Obelix are two brave Gauls resisting the Roman army. 325 million copies of 34 Asterix books have been sold worldwide.

In the park green setting, 7 adventure areas, 27 attractions, 6 shows will thrill and entertain you.

The Tonnerre de Zeus, a wooden roller coaster, takes you 30 meters off the ground for a 1200 meter race with top speeds of 80 km/h.

Parc Asterix address

BP 8 60128 Plailly
Tel: 33 (0)3 44 62 34 34
Locate Parc Asterix on France map.

Parc Asterix opening times

Open all days April 2nd to November 2nd, 10am to 6pm. Before you go, check Parc Asterix web site or call Parc Asterix at 33 (0)8 36 68 30 10.

Access to Parc Asterix

Parc Asterix has an exit on A1 freeway, 30 km north of Paris. Buses leave from Aeroport Charles De Gaulle Terminal 1 RER metro station, Parcs de Loisirs counter (Every 30 minutes, from 9am until 1 hour after park closure, returns from 9.30am until 1 hour after park closure).

Parc Asterix tickets

47 euros for adults.
39 euros for kids (3 to 11).

Hotels near Parc Asterix

Spend the day at Parc Asterix and stay at a hotel near Parc Asterix. The Hotel des Trois Hiboux is right at the entrance of Parc Asterix. Quite convenient.

As a cheaper alternative, stop at the Campanile hotel in Senlis, a lovely medieval town north of Parc Asterix and right at the exit of the A1 freeway.

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