A cluster of 19 active sports stores located in Paris' Latin Quarter each with its own focus/specialty. For example, there's a mountain climbing store, a water sports store, a running store, a tennis store, etc. Also, one of the only indoor climbing walls (free) is here as well.
- Climbing Indoor/Outdoor
Located in the middle of Bois de Vincennes just outside the center of Paris, this equestrian center provides riding opportunities to horse lovers of all ages. Prices vary depending upon the age of the rider - see their website for more details.
- Horse Riding
American owned and operated company providing tours of Paris' major landmarks on beach cruiser-like bikes. This is not a heart-pumping fitness tour. Tour guides lead the pack at a leisurely pace and stop at predetermined locations for historical speeches/Q&As.
The basketball courts on the east side of the park are some of the most popular and competitive in Paris for a pick-up game. Tennis courts are located here too.
Although you're not really fly fishing, you can come to this well known fishing shop on the Ile de la Cite in the middle of the Seine and try out some of the equipment on sale. Casting into the Seine in the shadow of Notre Dame is certainly a unique experience.
Believe it or not, this is an extremely popular event for local roller and inline skaters. Our taxi had to wait as traffic was stopped in front of us to make way for the thousands of participants to pass. It's a "Friday Night Fever" tour through Paris, skate at your pace.
between Porte de Ouen and Porte de Clignancourt Metro: Porte de Clignancourt open Sat, Sun, Mon (year round) 10am to 6pm The world's largest antique market where more than 2500 dealers sell their wares in booths spread across 17 acres.