Located at Paris, in the twelfth arrondissement, the racecourse Paris-Vincennes takes place in the heart of the Bois de Vincennes. Inaugurated in 1863, it is still devoted today to horse racing, and more particularly the trot, hitched or mounted.
Heavily damaged during the Franco-Prussian War of 1871, the building was heavily renovated in the late 1880s, growing steadily over the years. The racecourse of Paris-Vincennes today extends over about forty hectares and has an ash trail of 1975 meters and a track reserved for nocturnal races of 1325 meters.
A prestigious site, the Paris-Vincennes racecourse hosts more than 1250 races each year, including the Grand Prix of America and the Grand Prix de France. He has also received many artists for legendary concerts like the Pink Floyd in 1970, Michael Jackson in 1992 or Metallica in 1993.
On site, you can also enjoy panoramic restaurants with breathtaking views of the slopes to follow your races in the best possible conditions.