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Versailles Castle Orangery and its ...hundred-year old trees
Every spring, for nearly 3 centuries, the gardeners of Versailles have been ...sorting the orange trees from the Orangery built by Mansart.
It's the biggest theme park in France: Disneyland Paris, thirty km or so to the ...east of the capital. The enchanted kingdom offers a wide choice of sensational attractions, breath-taking parades and a fairytale backdrop.
The Palace of Fontainebleau
The Palace of Fontainebleau, located about sixty kilometres south-east of Paris, ...has witnessed eight unbroken centuries of sovereign rule.
Château de Vincennes
In the east of Paris, in immediate proximity to the floral park and zoo of ...Vincennes, which is currently under renovation, the Château de Vincennes is one of the most extensive and best preserved fortified castles in Europe.
Notre-Dame celebrates its 850th ...anniversary
A series of major projects were launched to celebrate the 850th anniversary of ...Notre-Dame, one of the major Parisian landmarks, including a set of new bells, a new sound, and an innovative interior lighting system.
What not to miss in the Ile-de-France ...region
To get away from the hustle and bustle of the capital, with some fantastic ...options to choose from, dare to discover these tourist treasures in the Ile-de-France region.
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 most beautiful monuments
Allow yourself to wander among the monuments in awe on a journey of pure ...discovery and feel as though you are dreaming. So follow us, from the banks of the Seine to the Quartier Latin.
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 National Museum of Archaeology
The Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, situated around 13 miles west of Paris, ...currently houses the magnificent National Museum of Archaeology. Prehistory, the Iron Age and Gaul unveil their secrets within an old-fashioned château, a long-time grand residence of the Kings of France.