From Chatou to Croissy-sur-Seine, from Louveciennes to Marly-le-Roi, discover the landscapes that were painted by Renoir, Sisley, Monet and Pissarro, via 30 painting reproductions installed at spots where the painters sat.
A detailed map is available to help you find features of the trails that interest you, as well as some other remarkable sites along the way.
The Sisley tour will take you along the towpath near Le Pecq to the very intimate Château de Monte-Cristo at Port-Marly.
As for Monet, he appreciated the banks of Croissy-sur-Seine, where the Chanorier centre houses the Musée de la Grenouillère which tells the story of the wonderful Impressionist era.
The Pissarro tour takes you through the little cobbled streets of Vieux Marly and the village of Louveciennes. The aqueduct, the Machine de Marly, the Parc de Marly and the watering pond all bear witness to a royal past.
Finally, Renoir will immerse you in the festive past of the "guingette" open-air cafés and the Hameau Fournaise, where you'll find a museum, restaurants, and a workshop where skiffs, barges and other boats are restored.
All year round.
Free of charge.