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You can savour art and romance in the shining capital along the River Seine. Travel south for Roman civilisation; indulge your jet-set fantasies in balmy Nice and St-Tropez. Chill out, literally, skiing on the alps. Enjoy the rich infusion of language, music and mythology in Brittany. This is all just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to French culture.
Musee du Louvre The Louvre is a huge art gallery housed in an old Parisian palace. It holds a collection of nearly 400,000 items of art and historical objects in its permenant collection. This collection includes the Mona Lisa and Venus De Milo.
Eiffel Tower Built to mark the centennial celebration of the French Revolution, it claims to be the most visited paid monument in the world. Standing on its top observation deck on a cloudless afternoon and gazing at the infinite panorama can be an emotional experience Even better, when the night catches you on Champs de Mars and the construction suddenly starts to twinkle with millions of multicolored lights, you immediately realize why it is by far one of the most popular proposal spots on Earth.
Versailles Palace Former home of Louis XIV. Today the gilded royal apartments, the breathtaking Hall of Mirrors, the intimate cabinets, and the dazzling enfilade of other rooms as well as the near perfect gardens make for a fine example of artistic creation, and one of France's well known tourist attractions.
The Chamonix Valley Backdropped by the vision of Mt Blanc, the Chamonix valley is a year-round paradise not only for sport enthusiasts, but for anyone who simply loves quiet beauty. Lifts transport visitors into the heart of the massif, endless trails unveils incredible beauty, mountain torrents challenge rafters, and cosy hotels warm up frozen limbs. Unforgettable fun guaranteed.