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Discover the city from a new angle with Paris Beaches

Discover the city from a new angle with Paris Beaches

You will have the privilege to discover the beautiful city of Paris in a different guise during your stay at the Sezz Paris. From 20th July to 23rd August, you can stroll along the sandy banks of the River Seine to enjoy summer to its fullest. This seasonal resort is located close to the Sezz Paris, and you can either walk or take the Batobus from the banks of the Seine. Paris beaches is back this year with an even more exciting programme. This decidedly festive 13th edition will take place as usual on the banks of the Seine. To allow you to enjoy the relaxation workshops, concerts and various sports and activities, the organisers have selected three sites for use this summer. These include the Town Hall square, the Bassin de la Villette in the 19th district and the Georges Pompidou expressway. 11226570_818068261621784_4971815881535086132_n Water sports enthusiasts and sports clubs can take advantage of a range of activities on the Bassin de la Villette. Plus, since summer 2012, work was carried out between the Arsenal Basin, the Paris City Hall and the Square. This will allow participants at the 13th edition of Paris Plage to take even more enjoyable walks, particularly on the right bank of the Seine. With 800 metres of beach to explore, you won’t have time to be bored. Sports fans can take part in rugby or beach volleyball games, and football matches are organised regularly.  A new basketball chair is also available, allowing those with disabilities to join in the fun this summer. For the occasion, the Bassin de la Villette will be transformed into a gigantic water sports area, much to the delight of visitors who will be able to practice various water sports such as sailing or kayaking. While enjoying your stay at Hotel Sezz, take time to get to know the city and its river banks from another angle.


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Sezz Paris, a luxury 5 star design hotel near the Eiffel Tower

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