Do you know where your kids will drag you once you bring them to Paris? That's right, to the local Disneyland - the largest family entertainment complex in Europe.
There are several parts: Adventureland (with rides in the style of "Indiana Jones" and "Pirates of the Caribbean"), Fantasyland (based on fairy tales - with dragons, castles, Alice's labyrinths), Discoveryland (roller coasters and other futuristic rides), Wild West (with saloons and taverns) and Disney Village, where cafes and restaurants are concentrated.
The park is located in Marne-la-Valle, 30 km from Paris. You can get to this center of entertainment for children in Paris by RER (suburban trains on line A from La Defense, Chatelet, Nation or Opera stops to the final station Marne-la-Valle/Chessy) or by bus (for example, from Rue des Pyramides, 1: buses stop near the monument to Joan of Arc, and the cost of tickets - about 80 EUR - includes the price of the entrance ticket to the park).
One of the most "French" attractions for children in Paris is Le Parc Astérix, based on the famous comic books about two Gauls who are always getting into funny stories.
This amusement park is located near Paris (about 30 km away) and today includes more than 30 rides (roller coasters, water slides, river rides, carousels and atmospheric decorations in the form of traditional Gallic houses, druidic forests and Roman ruins).
By the way, every hour in the main tent there is an exciting performance - a real battle between Romans and Gauls! You can also knock out Roman teeth, brew a potion that gives you strength, and try on Obelix's shoes.
You can get to the park by RER to Charles de Gaulle Airport station, Terminal 1 (there is a ticket office behind the turnstiles, buses leave from here as well).