When in Paris, at almost every turn, there is something fascinating to see â€“ a historical monument, a rustic cafe or even an impromptu art exhibition. Our 4-Hour Paris City Tour is designed to help you explore and experience the best of the cityâ€™s landmarks and other interesting sites in just an hour. The tour covers the Eiffel Tower, Place de la Concorde, Arc de Triomphe, Avenue des Champs-Ã‰lysÃ©es, Musee de Louvre, CathÃ©drale de Notre Dame de Paris and many other quintessential Parisian wonders
An UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Franceâ€™s most recognisable landmarks, Mont Saint-Michel is located on the Northwest Coast near Normandy. Since first being used in the sixth and seventh centuries, Mont Saint-Michel is now considered an island commune but has been previously used as a monastery â€“ for which was conceived â€“ and a prison. Its structures are still well preserved, including its fortifications which have never been breached and the site attracts over 3 million travellers annually.
The culmination of over 40 years of building, the Palace of Versailles is important in French history as the former home of Louis XIV and holds a special place in the worldâ€™s history because of the meetings and treaties that have taken place within its sprawling and ostentatious compound. Grand and timeless artefacts are situated across this edifice which has been arguably been one of Europeâ€™s most iconic landmarks. Itâ€™s regal corridors and manicured, sprawling gardens are a sight not to be missed.
The Fontainebleau Palace is one of the largest chateaus in Paris and the former manor of many rulers of France. Stretched across over 80 hectares of land, the estate has existed since the 12th century when King Louis VIII used it when hunting in the Fontainebleau forest which surrounds it. The Chateau is comprised of different structures external and internal built as the sites progressed from century to century. Built in the vein of French Mannerist Architecture, it offers spectacular glimpses into Franceâ€™s past.
Created and then captured in timeless and adored painting by legendary French artist Claude Monet, the Giverny Gardens sits at the meeting point of the river Seine and the river Epte. Monet noticed the village of Giverny while passing by on a train when he made the decision to settle there and paint. The gardenâ€™s plants, ponds and structures such as the famous Japanese bridge, have all been featured on his world-famous art pieces and the gardenâ€™s attract many art enthusiasts who come to draw inspiration from them and pay respects at the final resting place of Claude Monet.
Often referred to as the Garden of France or Cradle of the French Language, the Loire valley is abundant with vineyards, fruit orchards and fields of other plantations. Located along the river Loire in Central France, the valley encompasses many towns and is home to many historical and breath-taking chateaus. The Loire Valley is a awe-inspiring example of man-made structures and French horticulture, melding harmoniously with natural beauty. Itâ€™s a great site for picnics and absorbing its many majestic sights and sounds.
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