Parc André Citroën is a public park covering 14 hectares (35 acres) located on the left bank of the river Seine in the XVe arrondissement, Paris. This park was built at the site of the former Citroën automobile manufacturing plant, and later named the same as the name of the company's founder, André Citroën. Furthermore officially opened to the public in 1992. The park is decorated with two greenhouses pavilion (hosting exotic plants and Mediterranean vegetation) at the end. In the Eastern cities, which are separated by a paved area featuring dancing fountains. South edge of grass bounded by a monumental canal, which consists of a pool reflecting an increase that reaches through granite guard houses. And on the North side are two sets of small gardens: the six "Serial Gardens", each with different scenery and architecture design, and "Garden in Movement" that presents wild grasses selected to respond at different levels for wind speed.
In addition, tourists who come to this park are very pleased with the existence of a giant balom. Balloon with a height of 32 meters high and 22 meters in diameter can accommodate about 30 adults, or 60 children. With the balloon is then allowed visitors to climb onto the sky of Paris and enjoy the beauty around him, like a scene Champ de Mars, the River Seine, the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur and Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral. So if you are interested then just come to this park to enjoy the beauty of the park, as well as for large balloon ride while enjoying the scenery around the park.