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A walk in the Paris region on the banks of the Marne to discover the last guinguettes.
An easy and rather short walk (3h) on the banks of the Marne. No need for a car to get to the departure point, you can leave directly from the RER A station in Joinville-le-Pont. There are signs in the station indicating the exit to follow. At the arrival, you just have to join the RER E station of Nogent Le Perreux to come back to Paris. The theme of the walk is that of the guinguettes but in fact you won't find any on the way, there are no more, there are only restaurants with a terrace. On the other bank you will see one of the last representatives of the guinguettes Chez gégène. The stroll remains nevertheless pleasant even if one is in full heart of city one remains always very close to the edges of the Marne.
Inconnu09/15/2019 16:16:16 good
Nul restauration 0 pointe atteinte trop longue Service déplorable
It only remains to go back to the city center to take the RER E, the RER A station being too far away (it brings us back almost to the starting point).