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Attended the 48h L'Obstacle. 2 days of good quality racing. A 2 day ticket for a seat in the stand overlooking the finishing line was €19. Free racecards on both days. Good food and drink options which are actually cheaper than most of Paris tourist...More
Brilliant afternoon of National Hunt racing at this easy to access racecourse.
Plenty of food and beverage outlets on course. No problems getting cabs after. Go with the kids as there are lots of exhibits with children in mind!
Nearest Metro Porte D'Auteuil. From The...More
Very easy to get to as the entrance to the racecourse is straight in front of you as soon as you exit the metro at Porte d'Auteuil. We went here instead of the French Derby, which was a week earlier this year. We were amazed...More
On our annual pilgrimage to LONGCHAMP RACE'S ,PRIX DE L'ARC DE TRIOMPHE,we alway's find time to go to this fantadtic steeple chase race course to get us in the mood for the upcoming racing festival at LONGCHAMP.
This is a great racecourse offering the best...More
I planned ahead to do something new on this trip to Paris. I have never been to a steeple chase race so I found this track on-line and decided to go.
Getting there was easy on the Metro. You take the 10 towards Boulogne to...More
We had the good fortune to be in Paris for the Grand Steeple Chase this pas Sunday. It was a beautiful day, sunny and warm. The racing was marvelous with the fabulous horses making their run in distances between 3000 - 6000 meters. I have...More
Four Euros to get in, which includes a free bus from the Metro. (Bath racetrack £20 to get in and £10 for the bus). Excellent , clean facilities including numerous restaurants, The cheapest was Euro 19 for a meal. (Bath racetrack £10+ for some grease)....More
This is no tourist trap. Auteuil is a storied steeplechase course dating back to the 1800s. We'd never seen a steeplechase and truly enjoyed this first experience. It was an entirely local crowd. And while you'll hear little or no English spoken, this isn't a...More