Paris 75 59 Nord 62 Pas-de-Calais 80 Somme 02 Aisne 60 Oise 76 Seine-Maritime 27 Eure 08 Ardennes 51 Marne 10 Aube 52 Haute-Marne 55 Meuse 54 Meurthe-et-Moselle 57 Moselle 88 Vosges 67 Bas-Rhin 68 Haut-Rhin 90 Territoire-de-Belfort 70	Haute-Saône  Doubs 25  Jura 39  Haute Savoie 74  Ain 01  Rhône 69  Loire 42  Savoie 73  Isère 38  Drôme 26  Ardèche 07  Hautes Alpes 05  Alpes de Haute Provence 04  Alpes Maritimes 06  Var 83  Vaucluse 84  Bouches du Rhône 13  Haute Corse 2B  Corse du Sud 2A  Yonne 89  Côte d'Or 21  Saône et Loire 71  Nièvre 58  Calvados 14  Manche 50  Orne 61  Eure et Loir  Loiret 45  Loir et Cher 41  Cher 18  Indre et Loire 37  Indre 36  Allier 03  Puy de Dôme 63  Haute Loire 43  Cantal 15  Finistère 29  Côtes d'Armor 22  Ille et Vilaine 35  Morbihan 56  Mayenne 53 [18]  Sarthe 72 [18]  Maine et Loire 49  Loire Atlantique 44  Vendée 85  Deux sèvres 79  Vienne 86  Charente Maritime 17  Charente 16  Creuse 23  Haute Vienne 87  Corrèze 19  Dordogne 24  Gironde 33  Lot et Garonne 47  Landes 40  Pyrénées Athlantiques 64  Lot 46  Aveyron 12  Tarn 81  Tarn et Garonne 82  Gers 32  Haute Garonne 31  Hautes Pyrénées 65  Ariège 09  Lozère 48  Gard 30  Hérault 34  Aude 11  Pyrénées Orientales 66  Seine et Marne 77  Essonne 91  Yvelines 78  Val d'Oise 95

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France

180 museums and monuments await you

Paris Best Travel

The capital of France seems to have been designed specifically for the enjoyment of its visitors. Its streets, squares, buildings, gardens and monuments beckon tourists to return, and indeed, many do. Some of the most memorable things to do in Paris include visiting the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre-Dame Cathedral.

the park of the Château de Versailles

Versailles Best Travel

The Palace of Versailles, whose origins date back to the seventeenth century, was successively a hunting lodge, a ​seat of power and​,​ from the nineteenth century​,​ a museum. With the gardens and the ​​Palaces of Trianon, the park of the Château de Versailles spreads over 800 hectares. The Hall of Mirrors, the most famous room in the Palace, was built to replace a large terrace designed by the architect Louis Le Vau, which opened onto the garden.