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Nanterre / Le Pecq

[ Cycle routes The Avenue Verte London <> Paris ] [ Paris and the Impressionists' Seine , The London-Paris cycle route around Saint-Germain-en-Laye ]
  • 13.8 km
  • famille Level Family

From Le Pecq, opposite St-Germain-en-Laye on the Seine, a greenway follows the north bank of the river round towards Chatou. Here, you join the Promenade Bleue, a tourist cycle route plunging you into a world painted so memorably by the Impressionists, taking you past remarkable islands and parks. Cross the graceful footbridge over Nanterre's dock.

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The greenway from Le Pecq has a good surface and affords pretty views along the banks of the Seine. The link to Chatou's bridge is being completed. You can cross the bridge safely by bike.                                                                                                              

The Promenade Bleue, with its well-surfaced greenway, has  been laid out between the Pierre Lagravère Park in Colombes and Rueil-Malmaison.

Note that to cross the footbridge over Nanterre's dock, you need to  get off your bike and walk across, bike in hand.

Raylway line (SNCF)

RER A : Nanterre station – Université, Chatou-Croissy, Le Vésinet-Le Pecq, St-Germain-en-Laye.

Transilien line L from St-Lazare : Nanterre station – Université station.



Rueil-Malmaison : 0033 1 47 32 35 75

Marly-le-Roi : 0033 1 30 61 61 35

Saint-Germain-en-Lay : 0033 1 30 87 20 63
Bougival : 0033 1 39 69 21 23
Le Vésinet : 0033 1 30 15 47 80


Not to be missed

Rueil-Malmaison, Malmaison castle - Impressionists' park in Giverny - St-Pierre-St-Paul church - Chatou, island of the impressionists where Renoir painted the famous « Déjeuner des canotiers », Fournaise museum, boathouses, Seine river cruises – Croissy-sur-Seine

 "la Grenouillère" museum



Rueil-Malmaison : every day except Monday and Thursday 

Chatou : Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday morning


Close to

St-Germain-Laye, on the other bank of the Seine, castle, park with a direct view over the Seine.

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Western Paris, mixing tradition and modernity

France's Ancien Régime kings would cross western Paris in a direct line going from the Louvre Palace to Saint-Germain-en-Laye thanks to a route traced by King Henri IV. Along this royal road, many famous monuments have  lined up through time: the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Elysées, the Place de la Concorde obelisk, the central alley cutting through the Tuileries Gardens, the Arc du Carrousel, the Louvre Pyramid and, most recently, in 1989, the Grande Arche de la Défense. This last building rises above an extremely dynamic business area attracting some 150,000 workers and where another 20,000 people live amidst remarkable pieces of modern architecture and an open-air museum displaying over 60 works of sculpture.



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