Did you know that Hauts-de-Seine is full of museums and green spaces? And that, to discover them, you no longer have to go through traditional public transport and other cars? Indeed, it is now possible to navigate between the different activities of the territory thanks to a brand new means of transport... Who sails on the Seine. A solar-powered river shuttle to explore the department was put into service on August 19 and will remain so until September 30. In detail, the electric catamaran Felix De Azara welcomes boaters every weekend on Port Victor (Issy-les-Moulineaux) and offers them a cruise to Port Legrand (Boulogne-Billancourt). All with a stopover in Sèvres. Free of charge, the shuttle can allow 49 passengers to board each way.
In practice, the boat circulates on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 18pm. The first shuttle leaves Issy-les-Moulineaux at 11am; the last journey ends in Boulogne-Billancourt at 17:30. For a complete river ride, allow half an hour. The stopover in Sèvres takes place after a quarter of an hour of crossing. The approach, launched by the department, aims to develop tourism in the Hauts-de-Seine and to make the territory known. All under the last rays of summer sunshine.
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Green spaces and museums
An original way to get to know the department. From Issy-les-Moulineaux, you can make a detour to the Tour aux figures de Jean Dubuffet or to the park of the Ile Saint-Germain. The stopover in Sèvres will be an opportunity to visit the Domaine national de Saint-Cloud, the Manufacture, the Cité de la Céramique and the Jardin des métiers d'Art et du Design. For those who have inspired the river ride, it is also possible to go to the nautical base of Île Monsieur.
Finally, the stopover in Boulogne-Billancourt will delight culture aficionados, for whom the Museum of the Thirties, or M-A30 (with a focus on the interwar period) and the Albert-Kahn Museum and its sumptuous gardens will be an essential stop. They are each located a quarter of an hour from each other. Enough to discover the Hauts-de-Seine from every angle.
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