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TERMINAL TERM 1

OLD TOWN HALL, CHURCH, market, In front of the church portal Discovery of local heritage during a track record of 20 historical landmarks, "Steps in Gennevilliers". These steps are an invitation to ...

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COURSE TERMINAL 2

FARM CLOCK Rue Pierre Timbaud * before the "Farm Clock" STEP 2: The farm of the clock is built in several stages between the end of the old regime ...

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TERMINAL ROUTE 3

CASTLE RICHELIEU Rue Jean Jaurès before the Pasteur College STEP 3: A large rectangular English park, an orangery, a kiosk, an artificial cave housing a cooler ...

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TERMINAL 4 COURSE

GARDEN CITY Place du Docteur Roux STEP 4: From the 1920s, the garden cities are located in France. This Gennevilliers designed by architect Dumail is built between ...

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COURSE TERMINAL 5

DISTRICT LUTE front of the antenna area, avenue du Luth STEP 5: The origins of the name of the area are uncertain. The word "read" appears in 1650 in Gennevilliers. Originally ...

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TERMINAL 6 COURSE

METRO COURTILLES Avenue Lucien Lanternier * STEP 6: In the nineteenth century Paris wastewater is discharged into the Seine. Seriously polluted, they cause epidemics. To resolve…

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TERMINAL 7 COURSE

AVENUE GABRIEL PERI front of the administrative center STEP 7: The old town hall, located in the village, was built in 1862 as Gennevilliers has only 2,000 inhabitants. It turns ...

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COURSE TERMINAL 8

STREET COUTURE OF AUXERRE In the middle of the street STEP 8: The rise of the Seine water has always been for the people of the ...

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ROUTE 9 TERMINAL

AUTOMOTIVE Angle Avenue Chandon and Henri Barbusse Street STEP 9: From the late nineteenth century, western Paris is a cradle for the automotive industry. Gennevilliers, have ...

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TERMINAL ROUTE 10

PLACE JAFFEUX Avenue Grésillons STEP 10: The Grésillons district grows in the middle of the nineteenth century. Its land, hitherto neglected, are first exploited by gardeners, ...

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ROUTE 11 TERMINAL

AVENUE GABRIEL PERI FACING THE METRO AND BUS STATION Outside Paris Step 11: Until 1826 the Gennevillois are forced to use ferries to cross the ...

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ROUTE 12 TERMINAL

CROSS STREET PLACE OF VINES Sevines At the crossroads Step No. 12 From 1850, the industrialization of the Paris region causes a wave of migration. ...

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ROUTE TERMINAL 13

Grésillons AVENUE TO THE TRAIN STATION RER Progress shared Step 13: The first union structure is based in Gennevilliers House of farmers and workers ...

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ROUTE TERMINAL 14

AVENUE MARCEL PAUL TO THE OLD RAILWAY The train and gas Step 14: The city is crossed for the first time by the railway in 1851, with ...

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TERMINAL ROUTE 15

AVENUE LOUIS ROCHE Industrial wealth Step 15: The road and rail access to the peninsula allows Gennevilliers to truly enter into the industrial era. If in 1896 we ...

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ROUTE 16 TERMINAL

MAIN ROAD TO THE PORT DEBARCADERE A port for the Ile de France Stage 16: In 1644, Vauban proposes to dig a canal linking Paris directly Dieppe. Two engineers ...

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ROUTE 17 TERMINAL

ARGENTEUIL AVENUE ON DECK ARGENTEUIL Water, air and light Step 17: Le Petit-Gennevilliers is a major site of Impressionism. At the end of the nineteenth century ...

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ROUTE 18 TERMINAL

STREET OF PEACE before the CMS A NEW EQUIPMENT AND MODERN HEALTH STEP 18: The new CMS will highlight the social policy since 1934 ...

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ROUTE 19 TERMINAL

ENTER THE PARK SIDE Chanteraines RER Green Spaces lung of the city and ecological public transport STEP 19: At the entrance of the park close to the RER ...

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TERMINAL ROUTE 20

IMPLEMENTATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT POLICY On the site of Chausson factories STEP 20: On the edge of the old plant liner terminal 20 will demonstrate ...

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President's word

Dear (s) Guest ,,

You just moved there, you come to work or you just visiting, Gennevilliers and Tourist Office Tourist Office are happy to welcome you in this Municipality in northern Paris region.

The Tourist Office site allows you to take a virtual tour with 360 ° of our city.

Spreading fields sewers of Paris from the 19th to the 20th century, Gennevilliers has become a modern city, caring and daring.

  • Gennevilliers industrial companies with very high technology,
  • Gennevilliers and its river port that you can visit during a cruise on the Seine,
  • Gennevilliers cultural with its National Theater, its conservatory, libraries, media libraries and artistic creations and plastic spaces,
  • Gennevilliers sport with its nautical center and fitness, its stages rugby, football, athletics, tennis, equestrian center and countless gyms. All these facilities are connected by the green corridor, its recreation parks that cross Gennevilliers.
  • Gennevilliers festive with its parade of floats made by the triennial Gennevillois, led by the House of Cultural Development and all events organized by volunteers from the Tourist Office.

Our website allows you to find other information about hotels, restaurants, calendar of associations and activities.

The Tourist Office, its reception staff, volunteers are at your disposal to meet your needs and assist you in your visit to Gennevilliers.

Enjoy your stay and see you soon.

Enjoy your visit

Christmas Joubert President of VVV