Square Élisa-Mercœur

Nantes, France

Barrier-free access YES    Baby care room NO   

Review date: 24.02.2018 20:05
The Élisa Mercoeur square is a beautiful public garden in Nantes. It was created after WWII and was used as shelter for families affected by the bombings. In 1993 Eric Fonteneau created a beautiful fountain in the middle of the park. Later, in 2012 the park was completely reconstructed - people planted trees and flowers thus making it an ideal park to spend some relaxation time with your family.

The place is very beautiful, healthy and filled with nature....


out of city

Getting around with a baby:


How to get there

Public transport Barrierless transport Car Taxi By foot Plane Boat Cable car

Place characteristics

leisure resort natural park sport


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