Parc de Blossac, Poitiers
Categories: Nature & Parks
Originally constructed between 1753 and 1770 under the supervision of Count Blossac and designer Paul Spirit Mary Labourdonnaye, Parc de Blossac is divided into four segments. The oldest segment is the French garden, which was designed in the French style. In 1899, an English garden was added to the park, marked by its statues, ponds, bridges, and rustic kiosks. The park added a rock garden in the 1970s. A new contemporary garden, resembling a meadow, was constructed in 2002. Arrange to visit Parc de Blossac and other attractions in Poitiers using our Poitiers travel itinerary planner.
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Profiter de cette espace ombragé pendant les fortes chaleurs de l été. Endroit calme ou les enfants pourront être en toute libertéEnjoy this space shaded during the heat of l summer. Quiet place or children can be freelyshow original
Propre, clair, vaste, nombreux espaces de verdure, manque un peu de bancs, animations pour les enfants !Clean, clear, broad, many green space, lack of benches, children's entertainment!show original
Parc très bien entretenu avec de tout pour tous: impec pour les sportifs (largement la place pour bouger) les enfants (animaux, jeux) les amateurs de calme ( plein d'endroits isolés pour la détente !)... read more »Park very well maintained with something for everyone: impeccable for athletes (largely the room to move) children (animals, games) lovers of brief (full of isolated places for relaxation!) quiet great locationshow original
Nicely taken care of park. Features a center fountain, two long corridors for running, one with a great view of the side of the city and a flat one leading to the fountain, a café, a small zoo, flat grassy pique nique areas, toilets and drinkable water. The city mayor jogs here too. Needs more sitting tables, though.
Mart KhaoQuiet and green.show original
Mickaël BejeauBeautiful parkshow original
Stephanie SorondoThis Park is very nuleshow original
Christophe 37600Excellent souvenir and student intern. A shaded fountains and its small zoo for strolling Park between 2 courses or before returning to work... a sandwich-coca in the bag... Former coach parking area has for some years already found his vocation as an integral part of the Park, and includes a small nice amphitheatre. Take the tour of the Park, pass on the rampart overlooking the Clain River Valley, offering beautiful views of the modern city.show original
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