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So close to Paris, with one foot in Champagne and the other in Picardy, is the Aisne department.
Close to Paris, between Champagne and Picardy, come and breath some fresh country air!
The wide range of outdoor activities throughout this lively, often surprising department includes golf, walking and hiking, nature trails, mountain biking, horseback riding, tree-topping, canoeing, rock climbing and parachuting.
There is something for everyone, from the most sedentary to the most active!
Near the new Center Parcs you can find out about the history of the First World War by visiting the Chemin des Dames and the Caverne du Dragon, both major remembrance sites.
Aisne is also a wonderful destination for those interested in architecture: cathedrals, abbeys, mills … have inspired some of the great names of French literature and art, such as La Fontaine, Racine, Dumas, Paul and Camille Claudel and Matisse.