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Timeless Fun with Asterix and Obelix

Enjoy the perfect family day out with this unforgettable visit to the Asterix Park of Paris. Forget all about the repetitive cycle of sightseeing and touring that even the most enduring tourist can eventually get tired of, and rekindle that infantile spirit that lies within you. Everybody remembers and loves the characters of the comic books created by Rene Goscinny and Albert Uderzo. And if you take your children to spend the day in this park, dedicated solely to immortalize the work of these two artists, they are bound to have the time of their lives as they interact with their real life version of their favourite characters, seemingly plucked out of the inky illustrations of the comics and brought to life before them. In the Asterix Park, anything is possible. Follow the tracks of cunning Asterix and his large and friendly companion Obelix in this space filled to the brim with attractions, merry-go-rounds and endless shows, all of which revolve around the adventures of these two supernaturally strong Gauls as they fight the invasions attempts by the Roman Empire. Relive all of those moments that brought a smile to your childhood and that continue to this day to make children all over the world giggle and laugh, from the moment when Asterix got his powers by falling into a magic potion, to the timeless and iconic image of Obelix lumbering huge monoliths on his back… Plus all of that good old comic book slapstick humour that only gets better with time. Enjoy the perfect family day out with this unforgettable visit to the Asterix Park of Paris. Forget all about the repetitive cycle of sightseeing and touring that even the most enduring tourist can eventually get tired of, and rekindle that infantile spirit that lies within you. Everybody remembers and loves the characters of the comic books created by Rene Goscinny and Albert Uderzo. And if you t Meeting/pick-up point: 2 rue des Pyramides 75001, Paris. Duration: Eleven hours. Start/opening time: At 8.15am.