I invite you to the charming town of Sceaux for a cultural run in its wonderful park. The “parc de Sceaux” is designed in a classical tradition of the 17th century by the same landscape architect as the famous Versailles, André Le Nôtre. Particularly well protected, this preserved piece of nature is only 20 minutes far from the heart of Paris. Gifted with a rich ecosystem, a variety of landscapes from classical “jardin à la française” to woods, glades, canals, fountains and a castle now turned into a museum. Its size of 180 hectares is more than we need for a journey in nature and History.
Salut ! I am Dylan, 28yo sport enthusiast and History/Geography teacher. After 5 years in Paris I have decided that it is time to actively combine and share my passions. As far as i can recall i have always been into physical activities, most of my "childhood/young adult" life was dedicated to playing mostly Handball as well as Soccer, Basketball, Water-Polo, Boulder, mountain biking... Lately i have been running a lot in this park, in search of space and change. Well, each time is a pleasure. Best thing among all is to witness Nature transform throughout seasons. I can attest that each period of the year is a delight and i believe it ought to be shared.
I will take you to my favorite parts of the park. Since it offers several type of ground and landscape I always prefer to improvise. We will make few stops to talk about the park and its stories. All the questions are welcome, there is no fixed plan and i adapt according to your wishes. The route takes you to the gardens, castle, Orangerie, Pavillon de l'Aurore, Grand canal, Pavillon Hanovre and more!
Take the RER B direction Robinson (South) and exit at the station “Sceaux”. Once you are in the RER B it takes about 25 minutes from Châtelet. As exiting the station you’ll end up in front a majestic olive tree. This is where i’ll be waiting for you.
在Parc de Sceaux跑步，穿越时间的隧道