A bucolic stroll in the discovery of canals and edges of the Marne, the paradise of rowings, nautical ski, sails and other canoeings, lined with heterogeneous and often built houses on piles to protect itself from floods. Thatched roof, buildings in white stones, wooden chalets, architect's houses, all the styles mix and we guess the pretty gardens and the generous lawns behind certain high walls...
This stroll invites you to discover the famous Edges of the Marne, a natural heritage protected a few kilometers away from Paris, but also the house of the famous madman singing Charles Trenet.
A walk (with cycle track open to all the modes of soft traffic: bike, rollers, jogging, and walk) is situated at the top of the bank, whereas a path of bank allows the walkers to walk as closely as possible to the water.
max. 46 m
min. 31 m
Styles : BaladeIn the countryIn townUnusual
Public : FamilySeniorsCyclists
Themes : MeetingsCulturalPatrimony
Managed by ports of Paris, the port of Bonneuil-sur-Marne is the second installation in importance ( 1 Mt). An east strategic platform Parisian, the container terminal benefits from infrastructures of the 2nd multimodal platform of Ile-de-France. With its 186 hectares a 8 km from Paris, the big port of the southeast of the capital offers rented, serviced industrial grounds, central reservations, premises of activities, warehouses and offices of support on 200 000 m2. It welcomes 150 companies and has a rail terminal, a real asset for the companies which choose to become established there.The container terminal river of 1,2 ha, river capacity of 25 000 EVP is harmed by the regular river lines connecting it in Havre and in Rouen via Gennevilliers. In February, 2010, on the occasion of its forty years, the autonomous port of Paris adopts a new commercial name and becomes Ports of Paris ( PDP). From the end of 2013, it participates in the economic interest group " HAROPA ", grouping the ports of Havre, Rouen and Paris.
The bridge, connects both banks of the Marne over the island Fanac. Several successive works of engineering existed on this site since 1205, the current work dating 1937. The bridge of Joinville knows successively several names: bridge Olin between the XIIIth and the XVIth century, the bridge of Moulins of the XVIth in the XVIIIth century, bridge of Saint-Maur of the XVIIIth at the beginning of the XIXth century. The current name of bridge of Joinville is given from 1835.
" I like the Marne, it rests me of the stage ", said funnily Charles...Read more