The name of this town (rain/lisière) reminds us that this territory was part of the Forest of Bondy.
You will discover Le Raincy, a very residential town by walking on the old paths of the park of the palace (XVIIth century). From one location to another, there are remains inside building plots, vestige of gardens and buildings, lake or a remarkable tree. Diversity of the architecture shows harmonious and interesting housing within the town.
max. 112 m
min. 58 m
Styles : HikingBaladeIn town
Public : FamilyOccasional hikers
Themes : CulturalPatrimony
Start from RER station courtyard, from "Le Raincy" side. Take the allée de Gagny up to the Boulevard du Midi. Turn left on the allée de l’Ermitage. Follow the allée de l’Ermitage up to number 15. Take on your left the allée Gambetta, turn right in the avenue de la Résistance up to Notre-Dame church.
Follow the avenue de la Résistance, up to the town hall. Before the town hall, turn left in the allée Hérold. At the end, left again in the allée du Jardin Anglais et de Finchley, then right in the allée Valère Lefebvre. Follow on your right the boulevard de l’Ouest.
Cross the avenue Thiers, follow the boulevard du Nord, turn right in the allée du Village up to the roundabout Thiers. Take the 1st left, the avenue de Livry then right to Place des Fêtes. Turn right to allée de l’Eglise to go to Saint Louis church.
Go around the church on allée de l’Eglise turn left on allée Thiellement. Turn right and follow the boulevard de l’Est up to the roundabout then, take the 2nd on the left and follow the allée des Sapins. Turn right in the allée du Château d’Eau and again right in the allée du Télégraphe. At the roundabout of Montfermeil, take the boulevard du Midi on your left to the Jean de la Fontaine school.