Written by Rizhlaine F. Posted Jun 2, 2021 at 7:55pm Updated Jun 2, 2021 at 7:55pm
Oh no, you are not dreaming! The nudist area of the Bois de Vincennes is back until October 17, 2021. Good plan especially during the hot weather in Paris!
Paris Council Voted for the first time at the end of 2016 to open from the nudist area A completely free site at The Bois de Vincennes In the summer of 2017, but the initiative, which was believed to have been postponed until spring 2018, was finally launched on Wednesday, August 31, 2017. The first nudist district in Paris finally sees the light of day. This year, it returns for the fourth season until للموسم October 17, 2021.
Want to break free from the constraints of clothing? Practicing naturism is not in itself unhealthy. Naturalists (who are said to number over 2 million in France) call for a return to normality: “A way of living in harmony with nature, characterized by the practice of common nudity aimed at enhancing self-respect, respect for others and the environment”, Tell us International Natural Federation.
we go to October 17 2021, to take advantage of this space of more than 7000 square meters, a stone’s throw from the bird sanctuary, in the clearing between the Allée Royale and Route Dauphine. The area is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Space is kept from curious and peepers through signage. To ensure the tranquility of the users of this space, a charter has been published “So that pedestrians and joggers are warned‘, he explains Julien Claude Pingree, from the Paris Naturists Society. But note that there are no restrictions, naturalists and textileists can mingle there freely.
Nudist area opening:
The German capital is more advanced than us on this point: it has already allowed it in many of its parks located in the heart of the city.
The urban naturism It is also being developed in France and Paris and this proposal allows interested parties to have a supervised place dedicated to the practice. In Paris, for example, you can swim naked In the municipal pool Roger Le Gall (12th century), which is served three times a week, not far from the nudist area.