Saint-Cloud

Pretty common in the Hauts de Seine, it takes its name from Clodoald monk who settled in the fifth century to escape the power struggles of his uncles and preferring to devote himself to religion. The city has a beautiful park and a castle window frames from 1658 by the Duke of Orleans. The natuional area of ??St. Cloud is one of the largest ka region Ile de France and will offer charming walks. Its gardens were designed by Le Nôtre in the seventeenth century and was classified a historic monument in 1994. The gardens of Tourneroches meanwhile offer stunning views of the capital and especially the famous Iron Lady. The beautiful church of Saint Clodoald in the center of the city is also not to be missed. Many races are held regularly on the Saint Cloud racecourse with an area of ??75 hectares. Housed in 1901. Also note the presence each year of the festival Rock en Seine