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BRY-SUR-MARNE, a modern town, looking towards the future

Very closed to Paris (12 km east), Bry-sur-Marne has yet known to keep the charm of a pleasant town, by the preservation of the beauty of its setting, its banks of the Marne river and its historical heritage.

THE TOURIST OFFICE

welcomes you, informs you about the  town and helps you  towards your patrimonial or tourist researches.

Office de Tourisme
6 bis, Grande Rue Charles de Gaulle
94 360 BRY-SUR-MARNE
Phone : (+33) (0)1 48 82 30 30
website :www.officetourisme-bry94.fr
e-mail : click here to contact us
President : Ariella BROCHET
Open hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday : 9:30 - 12:00 a.m. and 2:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Saturday : 9:30 - 12:00 a.m. and 2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Comité Régional du Tourisme Ile de France: Phone : (+33) (0)8 26 16 66 66

Comité Départemental du Tourisme du 94:   Phone : (+33) (0)1 55 09 16 20

 

Information

  • Town plan and  tourist guide
  • francilian public transport plans and bus timetables
  • large tourist information about France
  • travel brochures for many destinations in the world
  • lending brochures about "gîtes ruraux" and camping sites

 

For members

  • lectures
  • cultural, technical guided visits
  • outdoor entertainments
  • cinema tickets at reduced prices
  • week-ends and travels

For everybody

  • town heritage discovery
  • guided town visits

 Twinning Committee


Bry sur Marne is twinned with:

SAWBRIDGEWORTH , in England, at about 60 km from the north of London

MOOSBURG , in Germany, in Bavaria, at about 40 km from the north of Munich.

The Committee of twinning, attached to the Tourist Office, aims to establish regular relations with these cities in different areas. About forty Bry people travel, a year to Sawbridgeworth, for a weekend. Another year, it was the British who visit us. It is similarly,
alternating with Moosburg. Links are thus created between families. Other exchanges are by sports or cultural associations. Occasionally, the twinning Committee can connect to people looking to trade, accommodation, training to English or German.
Contact the Tourist Office.