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The Boulodrôme Jean-René Montel

The former boules court of the French allies

At 8,200 square metres, the Boulodrôme is the largest playing area for friends of placid sphere throwing in Germany. No wonder, because it’s the former boules court of the French allies. It is open daily from 4 pm to at least 10 pm. Anyone who is not a member of the Club Bouliste Berlin, which runs the facility, pays € 5 per person and day to hire a court. Boules are then included free of charge. The 400 square metre boules hall offers 10 international standard courts.