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Stroll along the banks of the Seine. Nanterre Park

Very easy walk along the Seine between Rueil-Malmaison and Nanterre.

An easy walk along the Seine on a Sunday afternoon from the Rueil-Malmaison RER station. The walk is accessible to all. You can even go as far as Gennevilliers. The park in Nanterre is a must-see, it is meant to be ecological by showing how water is filtered through plants. In fact it must consume a lot of energy to bring the water of the Seine over 500 meters... The return must be done by the same way.

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Duration: 2 h.

Japanese garden

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Japanese garden
The departure is located in the district of Rueil 2000, the way to follow is simple it is enough to go along the Seine.

Park in Rueil

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Park in Rueil
A small park of Japanese inspiration in Rueil.

The path along the Seine

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The path along the Seine
At the start of the route, you will walk along the industrial facilities of Nanterre.

The catwalks

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The catwalks
The footbridge allows you to cross the Seine river arm

The park in Nanterre

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The park in Nanterre
The principle of the park is to show the different stages of water filtration. There are several basins with different types of plants to filter the water.

A small filtration basin

A small filtration basin
The Parc du Chemin de l'Ile in Nanterre was opened in 2006. It is not very big but it is worth a visit.

La Défense

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La Défense
This part of Nanterre has long been a wasteland. Since then, property developers have built dozens of housing units.

The pedestrian path

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The pedestrian path
You can continue along the Seine, or you can join the RER at Nanterre-Université.

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