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The A14 highway, located in the west of the Île-de-France.

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The A14 : a major axis for Île-de-France

The A14 highway is a French toll motorway about 21 kilometres long located in Île-de-France. It connects the business district of La Défense to Orgeval, where it joins the A13 motorway. The A14 is the first urban toll motorway in France. It serves several major cities, including Nanterre, Saint-Germain-en-Laye and Poissy. The motorway is also an important axis for transit traffic between Paris and Normandy.

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What to see along the A14?

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Rueil-Malmaison: in the footsteps of Empress Josephine

Leaving La Défense, an ultra-modern business district, the A14 motorway crosses Nanterre, a dynamic and multicultural city. You will see the Parc André Malraux district, the green lung of the city, with its play areas, sports fields and lake.

A little further, Rueil-Malmaison reveals itself, offering a striking contrast between its peaceful residential areas and its lively city centre. Don’t miss the Château de Malmaison, former home of the Empress Josephine, now a national museum.

For a getaway off the beaten track, leave the highway and explore the Parc de Saint-Cloud. This national estate of 460 hectares offers an idyllic setting for a family walk or a romantic getaway. Admire its statues, its pools and its water features, and enjoy a breathtaking view of the Seine and the capital from the castle terrace.

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Mantes-la-Jolie: a city of art and history

By taking the A14, you enter the department of Yvelines, territory marked by history and nature. Let yourself be charmed by the village of Chambourcy and its 18th century castle, nestled in the heart of a green domain.

The A14 motorway then takes you to Mantes-la-Jolie, a city of art and history dominated by its Gothic cathedral. Discover the historic city center and its half-timbered houses, stroll along the banks of the Seine and admire the view from the keep of the Saint-Maclou Tower.

Continue your getaway to Orgeval, the highlight of your trip. This charming city will seduce you with its peaceful setting and its many green spaces. Enjoy a moment of relaxation on the banks of the Seine or go hiking in the forest of Marly-le-Roi, a haven of peace.

The A14 motorway is a real breadcrumb, guiding you through the riches and secrets of the Île-de-France.