- Île-de-France (12)
- Centre (6)
- Burgundy (3)
- Languedoc-Roussillon (3)
- Aquitaine (2)
- Picardy (2)
- Poitou-Charentes (2)
- Rhone-Alpes (2)
- Auvergne (1)
- Brittany (1)
- Champagne-Ardenne (1)
- Franche-comté (1)
- Limousin (1)
- Lorraine (1)
- Lower Normandy (1)
- Midi-Pyrenees (1)
- Provence-Alps-the French Riviera (1)
- Upper Normandy (1)
The Arena of Nîmes
Located in the south-east of France, the city of Nîmes is home one of the ...world’s best-preserved Roman amphitheatres.
Chauvet Cave replicated
Following the symbolic laying of the first stone on 12 October 2012, the replica ...of the Chauvet Pont-d'Arc cave will open its doors to the public at the end of 2014.
European Heritage Days
Buried, underground or military heritage, in courtyards, backstage and ...storerooms… On 15 and 16 September 2012, get out and discover France's hidden heritage.
Palace hotels, a French tradition
George V, Meurice, Plaza Athénée, Ritz, Bristol, Crillon, Fouquet's Barrière, ...Hôtel du Palais, Normandy, Négresco and Martinez… They are all prestigious stakeholders in France's brand image and history. We take a little tour of the great French palace hotels.
Set on the summit of the Chaillot hill, the Trocadéro's site overlooks the ...Seine, opposite the Eiffel tower. It includes the Palais de Chaillot, which houses several museums, the place du Trocadéro and an underground Aquarium.
The Church of St. Genevieve, built in the neo-classical construction style ...chosen in 1744 by Louis XV, is the work of the architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot. In 1791, the monument became the Panthéon, a secular place dedicated to the worship of great men. However, it would undergo many changes of use in the 19th century.
The Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans and ...The Great Saltworks of Salins-les-Bains
Situated close to Besançon in Franche-Comté, la saline royale d'Arc-et-Senans ...(the Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans) is the most important piece of industrial architecture.
Situated in the historic centre of Nancy, in Lorraine, Stanislas Square belongs ...to a magnificent architectural ensemble dating back to the 18th century, commissioned by Stanislas Leszcynski, the father-in-law of Louis XV. Listed as Unesco World Heritage, it is composed of Stanislas Square, Carrière Square and Alliance Square.
The Lyon Opera House
Designed by French architect Jean Nouvel, the Lyon Opera House displays a ...remarkable combination of old and new. Its atypical structure and eclectic programme award it with a prominent place in French culture.
The Opera Garnier
Au cœur de Paris, le Palais Garnier veille sur un quartier très animé de la ...capitale française : le quartier de l'Opéra, cœur du Paris haussmannien et quartier des affaires. Avec sa programmation musicale et son architecture d'influence baroque, il attire aussi bien les amateurs de belles bâtisses que les connaisseurs d'opéra.