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Disney land

Discover the most magical Place in Europe, a spectacular visual feast, magical realms beyond your wildest dreams & rides to make you laugh, scream and fly. Travel freely through the kingdom of entertainment and its 5 famous lands :
– Main Street – USA
– Adventure Land
– Fantasy Land
– Frontier Land
– Discovery Land

With hotels that offer ultimate in service, quality, & hospitality amidst the magic kingdom.

Shopping, dining, cinemas, dancing & live entertainment for the whole family at Disney village.

Versailles

In the 17th century, King Louis xiv decided to turn the hunting lodge of his father in Versailles in to a palace and it remained the residence of the royal family, where the destiny of Europe was decided over a century until the revolution of 1789. Here the French classical architecture was complemented by extensive gardens.

Here are some facts about the palace :
2000 Acres of ground
12 Miles of Roads
200,000 Trees
50 Fountains
26 Acres of Roof
51,210 squire meters of floor
700 Rooms
6000 Paintings.

Charters

Charters is an interesting hill town to visit. Close to Paris and the Loire chateau country and wine region, charters makes a nice stopover or day trip from those destinations.
Charters’ skyline is dominated by the gothic cathedral dedicated to Mary and built between 1194 and 1260. There are also some interesting museums in Charters devoted to fine arts, agricultural history, and stained glass production.

Fontainebleau / Barbizon / Vaux le Vicomte

At the edge of the Fontainebleau forest, is the celebrated artists’ village of Barbizon, whose forest landscapes inspired the Barbizon school (1830-70).This group of Artists influenced the impressionists and included painters such as Corot, Millet, Danbiguy and Rousseau

Into the forest, you get the castle of Fontainebleau a favored residence of French kings for eight centuries. Then its off to Vaux le vicomte, Nicolas Fouquet’s master piece which inspired Louis 14th to build the palace of Versailles.

Giverny

Giverny sits on the right bank of the river Seine. The village is surrounded by entrance free gardens, and best known as the location of impressionist painter, Claude Monet’s garden and house. Some of Monet’s most famous paintings, such as ‘water lily’ and ‘Japanese bridge’, were of his garden in Giverny.

The other main attraction of the village is the American Art Museum.

Mont Saint Michel

Mont saint Michel is a rocky tidal island, situated one kilo meter off the country’s north coast at the mouth of the Canesnon River near Avranches.

The island located 5Km from the shore during the middle ages, but now surrounded by water only two times a month.

Abbey of Mont Saint Michel, an architectural masterpiece built in the 13th century is one of France’s great tourist attractions.

Loire Valley

Often called the Garden of France, the Loire valley is an enchanted Land of vine yards, flowers and rolling green hills dotted with more than a thousand chateaux. This has been a sought after location for poets and writers for centuries.

The World famous Cathedrals, Castles and wine yards have made this great place a major tourist attraction.

Deauville

Deauville is a town and a commune in the Calvados department in the Basse- Normandie region of France. With its racecourse, harbour, international film festival, marinas, conference center, villas, Grand Casino and sumptuous hotels, Deauville is regarded as the “queen of the Norman beaches”. Since the 19th – century, the town of Deauville has been a fashionable and family holiday resort.

Paris City Tour – Day/Night

See main attractions of Paris city in a four – hour city tour with a difference. You can plan your day to suit your self. This comprehensive tour is a great way to get to know Paris.

You will be taken through, Place de la Concorde Square, the Champs-Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe, the western districts of Paris, the Palais de Chaillot and the Palais Bourbon (National Assembly) and the locations that appeared in the famous Da Vinci code.

Paris is enchanting by night. So discover why, Paris is known as “city of light” by taking a one-hour cruise on the Seine River, highlighting Paris’ rich 2,000 years of history and by taking a trip up the Eiffel Tower where you will have enough time to explore the Eiffel Tower on your own. You’ll ride the elevator up to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower for spectacular views of Paris laid out before you. Have your camera ready!

You can also see the Moulin Rouge the number one show in Paris, and the most legendary French cabaret which has welcomed millions of spectators, who have admired famous French, can can or you can settle in for the Lido’s fabulous cabaret show or enjoy a glittering cabaret show at paradise Latin, the oldest traditional French Cabaret.

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