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Discover Boulogne with one of its inhabitants

You are kindly invited to discover Boulogne-Billancourt, on a walk with a resident, at the gates of the capital, the largest city in the Ile-de-France after Paris. A city rich in cultural treasures, such as the famous Albert Kahn Museum and its gardens, the museum that houses works from the 1930s; the houses or buildings designed by the great architects of that period: Le Corbusier, Mallet Stevens, Perret, Fisher; a city with many different gardens, all of them different; a city that is over six centuries old, whose traces can still tell the story of yesterday.

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Diversities in the city

Boulogne-Billancourt: Diversities in the city

Through the most beautiful signatures of current architecture, a walk in the new district of Boulogne which replaced the Renault car maker's factories. Seguin Island, its new musical city and its projects.

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From Classic to urbanism novalties

We are happy to take you for a walk west of Paris, from Place d'Auteuil to the centre of Boulogne. These vibrant and colourful districts combine the energy and classism of Paris with the softness of the green spaces of the west end of the city.

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The Meudon hills

Meudon Hill, the three castles

Meudon has developed around three castles. We will take "La grande perspective" from Le Nôtre to reach the large terrace: the Château Vieux has been destroyed but the view of Paris is very beautiful. We will see the 17th century Orangery and the remaining part of the Château Neuf that the Grand Dauphin had built by Mansart; it houses the Observatory. A beautiful 16th century house that was inhabited by Ambroise Paré, surgeon to the king, Armande Béjart, after the death of Molière, now a museum of art and history, is on our way. Parisians had large country houses built in the 19th century, in the middle of which pleasant and fragrant scents circulate.

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Boulogne, Art Déco labs

Boulogne, Art Deco laboratory

A true architectural laboratory, Boulogne-Billancourt has seen the emergence of the foundations of modern architecture and, in particular, the art of the 1930s. Be witnesses of this preserved heritage and discover masterpieces left by the greatest names in this style of architecture, Le Corbusier, Mallet Stevens....

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Saint-Cloud hillsides

Saint-Cloud - Flowers on the Hill slopes

A greeter will tell you the story of the district divided into 4 distinct parts with different destinies: that of the bourgeoisie which admires the views and perspectives on the Bois de Boulogne and Paris, that of the working population which lives on the banks of the Seine, that of the founder of the aeronautics company Dassault and that of the resort development.

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The Boulogne woods

On the edge of the Boulogne woods

To the west of central Paris, near the Bois de Boulogne, the Jardins des Serres d'Auteuil, the Roland Garros tennis stadium and the houses of the great architects of the 1930s, an exclusive district at the gateway to Paris where RENAULT, founded in Boulogne Billancourt, had its factories, and where the cinema created its most beautiful works.

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Strolling in bois de Boulogne

Once known as the Rouvray forest, the Boulogne forest became a royal hunting estate in 1562, before being developed from 1855 by Baron Haussmann in the landscape configuration now known as the "Bois de Boulogne".
This walk crosses the Auteuil racecourse, skirts the lakes, crosses the Jardin du Pré Catelan, then joins the road of Queen Marguerite before reaching the great waterfall. It ends in front of the Longchamp racecourse, at the Château de Longchamp, now the headquarters of the Goodplanet Foundation. In this place created in 2017 by Yann Arthus Bertrand, visitors will find a large permanent exhibition and weekly activities dedicated to ecology and humanism.

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Rothschild castle and park

Rothschild Castel and Park

Come and discover, in the company of a passionate greeter, the history of the former large property from the Rothschilds in Boulogne, its park and the surroundings of the castle, from the disappeared elements to those still in place, witnesses of a residence that was admired by the good society of the era

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Choose for me...

Choose for me ...

We can choose for you, if you wish. Depending on the date and language requested, as well as your areas of interest and comments expressed on your registration form, we will make you one or more proposals for a walk.

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Who are we ?

We are volunteers from Boulogne, members of the International Greeters Association. We want to introduce visitors to “our Boulogne”, as we would do for friends. We are neither interpreter-guides nor qualified lecturers, but curious inhabitants, passionate about the richness of our city, who speak several languages, and want to meet and welcome people from abroad in Boulogne. During the walk, the “greeter” will walk with you in the streets of a district that he/she loves for the richness of its past or for its architecture, its markets, its cafés, its craftsmen or its artists…

What do our visitors say after a walk in Boulogne with a greeter ?

Thanks to the quality of our Greeter’s comments and his excellent knowledge of the city, I discovered a city whose architectural richness I did not know, even though I lived only a few kilometres away.

Françoise P.

Ville d'Avray (France)

The Greet has been the highlight of our stay. Our Greeter, Georges, was very knowladgeable and interesting. We had a chance to ask the questions we never dared to ask… We believe we understand better the city and french way of life. An experience we will certainly do again in other part of the world. Thanks


Paris (France)

It was a most wonderful day. I learned so much about the area and got to see a fantastic Japanese Garden, a splendid array of architectural gems and most of all suggestions for return visits to the area. Das is a national treasure!!


New-York (USA)

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