Did you know?
Vincennes has over 750 retailers and more than 130 restaurants, bars and brasseries.
Vincennes cultivates quality of life, with 8 Vélib self-service bike stations, 6 km of cycle paths, and a 30 km/h maximum speed limit on two-thirds of the town’s streets.
A unique place, fit for a King!
As a listed Ville d’Art et d’Histoire (town of art & history), Vincennes is full of architectural gems, ornate buildings and listed heritage features, including the beautiful Town Hall with its elegant blend of Neo-Renaissance and Art Deco styles. Charles V was born here, Louis IX played here as a child, and the château was a royal palace for a very long time… but then the Pathé studios came to town and made Vincennes an icon of the film industry.
A Parisian village
A stone’s throw from Paris and just a short distance from the Bois de Vincennes and the lakes, this town is a real peace haven for walkers. The cobblestone streets, wide pavements and pedestrian areas make it the perfect place to stroll and ogle at the shop-window displays: bakeries and patisseries, delicatessens, chocolate shops, butcher’s shops, fishmonger’s and markets… And you’re sure to find great quality and rare products, because the people of Vincennes know about – and love – food!
Close to everything, with you in mind!
Located midway between the airports of Roissy and Orly, Vincennes is also served by the simplest and quickest Parisian transport services! Jump on Line 1 of the metro to visit the Louvre museum, Concorde square, the Arc de Triomphe or the popular districts of Le Marais, Bastille or Bercy-Village. Take the RER Line A to cross Paris quickly or to reach the Disneyland Paris theme park in less than half an hour. Vincennes, the place to be, the place to see!