The Avenue Verte - London to Paris Cycle Route
The Avenue Verte is a cycle route from London to Paris. Inaugurated in 2012, the route is specially signposted for cyclists between the two great capitals, and you cross the Channel via the Transmanche Newhaven-Dieppe service, landing in Normandy.
On the British side, the Avenue Verte London < > Paris makes use of the existing National Cycle Network of cycle routes, leading you south out of London, over the North Downs and through Sussex to the South Downs.
On the French side of the Avenue Verte London < > Paris, you make your way to the French capital via well-signposted small roads and greenways taking you across the following French départements, or counties: Eure, Oise, Val-d'Oise, Yvelines, Seine-Maritime, Hauts-de-Seine and Seine-Saint-Denis.
The route itself passes within a few kilometres of La Source Tranquille, just before you arrive in Paris, so we are an ideal stopping off point for a few nights relaxation before carrying on your journey.
Click here to download a GPX of the route via the Oise.
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