Getaway on the island of Saint-Germain
Looking for a green spot in Paris? On the Seine river, the Saint-Germain island, former military wasteland, was turned into a park highly appreciated by tourists and locals looking for some nature in the capital city.
Exhibition at the Centre d'Art Contemporain Chanot (CACC)
This temple of art was created thanks to donations of the family of painter Albert Chanot. The building is a former artist workshop which was turned into an exhibition venue where you'll discover varied and surprising art pieces: paintings, drawings, sculptures, drawings, graphisms...
Equestrian center of Buzenval offers horse rides in a well-preserved nature. Next to the wood of Saint-Cucufa, the center is accessible to horseriders of all levels and ages.
Museum of Art and History in Meudon
Meudon's Museum of Art and History will teach you moreabout the past of this city marked by many famous people. The museum is set in the oldest house of Meudon, which used to be the house of groundbreaking surgeon Ambroise Paré. Actress and wife of Molière Armande Béjart also lived in this house. this culture temple has a rich collection of art pieces from the second half of the 20th century.