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Got there as the Society for the Impressionists were reinacting Renoir's "Luncheon of the Boating Party"

What a grand experience. My friend Ron Klein and I went to see where Renoir painted his famous... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2016
travelinondownthroad
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Fulton, Missouri
beautiful landscape near Paris

only one thing to do: walk by and watch... you also can stop at Maison Fournaise to eat or drink... read more

Reviewed 2 February 2016
Ridox
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Meudon, France
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Once called Chatou Island, but changed to Impressionists Island because or the many artists that visited during the mid 19th-century.
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  • Very good47%
  • Average12%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible4%
19 May 2016
“Got there as the Society for the Impressionists were reinacting Renoir's "Luncheon of the Boating Party"”
2 Feb 2016
“beautiful landscape near Paris”
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Chatou, France
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Reviewed 20 May 2016

What a grand experience. My friend Ron Klein and I went to see where Renoir painted his famous painting, "Luncheon of the Boating Party", which is the jewel of The Phillips Gallery, on Dupont Circle in Washington D.C. What a day and all the people...More

Thank travelinondownthroad
Reviewed 2 February 2016

only one thing to do: walk by and watch... you also can stop at Maison Fournaise to eat or drink something good...

Thank Ridox
Reviewed 16 October 2015 via mobile

It was so interesting to hear the stories of the painters here . The more salatious stories were amusing. Are they true? Had a great day here

Thank karen m
Reviewed 2 October 2015

You can stroll by the Seine river. You can sit in a riverside cafe, or eat in an historic restaurant. You can visit an impressionist museum. You can play golf, go to the fair, etc. Simply speaking, it's a great place for a relaxing day...More

Thank DrPaulT
Reviewed 27 September 2015

Delightful place to visit especially for any one at all interested in the Impressionists and their art. it is a beautiful location and the light really does dance on the Seine here. The restraint is excellent and the Muse fascinating.

Thank shopper782
Reviewed 10 July 2015 via mobile

Lots of walking but we found it both restaurants were closed too. If you travel from the Chatou RER train station to the ecole Pereceval. Follow the school. It is on most of the side of the street that runs near to the river. At...More

Thank Tarsha S
Reviewed 16 November 2014 via mobile

The park is a beautiful place to walk or run. I enjoyed the changing colors of the leaves, even on an overcast day. There are s few muddy spots in the trail when you get south of the larger part of the island, but they...More

Thank Roger T
Reviewed 15 November 2012

my sister and i passed a nice afternoon on the island of chatou. we took the next to last boat ride aboard the "denicheur" . the guide was a sweet young woman who showed visual aids to help us recreate in our mind's eye the...More

3  Thank Annie S
Reviewed 27 August 2012

I biked through the island from north to south. There's a big park with not many people, a lot of sports fields and what we enjoy the most : a stretch of land, very narrow, on wich you can walk (if the doors are open)...More

Thank tomboy75019
Reviewed 20 January 2012

The island is part factories, part restaurant (worth a lunch on a Sunday) and part park. We have strolled in the park several times. Families often there on sunny days. Nice place to relax, though of no special interest for foreign tourists to Paris

1  Thank alanreynolds
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