In Non classé

Today there’s new energy along the city’s (Unesco World Heritage listed) riverbanks, as cars take a backseat following new municipal policies that give the power back to the people! In summer 2013 a stretch of riverbank on the Left Bank between the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower opened as a pedestrianised leisure destination. The Berges de Seine were an instant hit with Parisians, and in September 2016 a 3.3 kilometre pedestrian strip on the Right Bank, running between the Tuileries tunnel in the 1st and the Bassin de l’Arsenal, 4th, opened to the public.

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