Avenue Verte - London to Paris by Bike - 398 km (Engelstalig)
The official guide to the route between the London eye and Notre Dame
Prima fietsgids om u deze tocht goed te doen slagen. En wat een tot de verbeelding sprekende steden.
Opened in 2012, the Avenue Verte cycle route links the London Eye and Notre Dame cathedral. Cycle from the Thames in London to the Seine and Notre Dame in Paris along traffic-free paths and quiet roads. Along the way explore the beautiful South Downs, take the Newhaven - Dieppe ferry across the channel and choose between the gentle Normandy countryside (398km/247 miles) and the picturesque Oise valley (462km / 287 miles). Approach Paris along the banks of the river Seine on traffic-free paths.
This fully updated second edition includes maps, directions, alternative route options, what to see, accommodation and much more.
Complete official guide to the London to Paris cycle route, including options via Beauvais and the Oise Valley
Includes detailed maps at a range of scales 1:10,000, 1:25,000 and 1:100,000 covering the complete route
Includes full directions, route profiles, what to see, accommodation and full colour photography of highlights on the route
The guide is spiral bound and folds back on itself to fit handily into a pocket.
The 2017 edition details an updated route with the editions of a detour to Giverny (for Monet's garden) and Vernon, and a shortcut through Paris.
Author: Richard Peace
Published: 2nd ed. Apr 2017
Miles: western route - 247/ eastern route - 287
Scale: 1:10,000, 1:25,000 and 1:100,000