The banks of the Marne
Walking, dancing, sailing, visiting ... About twenty minutes from the center of Paris, the banks of the Marne offer many leisure possibilities and bucolic walks of all kinds.
How to get to the banks of the Marne?
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Walks with a thousand faces
The banks of the Marne offer a bucolic and relaxing setting. It is the kingdom of small islands and large willows, but also taverns and water sports, paddle boats, boating and other electric boats.
Among the highlights of this region, the city of Champigny-sur-Marne offers visitors the Tremblay park, the National Museum of the Resistance, the Martin Pêcheur island and its eponymous tavern. Of course, dance enthusiasts may prefer to have fun on the side of Joinville-le-Pont, famous for its taverns yesterday sung by Bourvil, "Chez Gégène" or "La toupie enchantée", to name just two.
With its port where it is possible to rent electric boats, a day on the water can also be organized from Nogent-sur-Marne, and more precisely from its nautical and tourist center. It is still in this city that we find the pretty circuit called the Promenade of the Island of Beauty-Yvette Horner, a 1.5 km shaded path along the river.