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Grands Appartements du Roi

4 star rating: Recommended 1323 Reviews

The highlight of a visit to Versailles is entering the Grand Apartments of the king and queen, built for Louis XIV by Le Vau in the 1670s. The King’s ...  Read more

Left Bank (Rive Gauche)

4 star rating: Recommended 219 Reviews

Set on the southern bank of the Seine River, the historic area known as the 'Left Bank,' or 'Rive Gauche,' was once the stomping ground of Parisian artists, ...  Read more

Centre de la Vieille Charite

4 star rating: Recommended 18 Reviews

Designed by Marseillais architect Pierre Puget and constructed between 1671 and 1749, the 3-storey, arcaded courtyard of the Centre de la Vieille Charité ...  Read more

Cathédrale Saint Sauveur

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

One of Aix-en-Provence’s oldest and most impressive works of architecture, the exquisite Cathédrale Saint Sauveur, or Cathedral of the Holy Saviour, ...  Read more

Bayeux Tapestry

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

There are few 11th century artworks as famous as the legendary Bayeux Tapestry, which is so well known that it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage ‘Memory of ...  Read more

Atelier Cézanne

Nestled in the hills above Aix-en-Provence, the Atlelier Cézanne, or the Cézanne Studio, is a museum devoted to the life and works of its namesake. ...  Read more

Bordeaux Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts)

The Musée des Beaux Arts (or Museum of Fine Arts) is in itself quite beautiful, being housed in the 18th century Hôtel de Ville and set in a park. It ...  Read more

Castre Museum (Musee de la Castre)

Situated in a medieval castle atop Le Suquet, the Castre Museum is home to a wide collection of antiquities, particularly from the Mediterranean and the ...  Read more

Centre d'Histoire de la Resistance et de la Deportation

After Northern France fell to the Nazis, Lyon became the seat of the French Resistance. Information, arms, and supplies flowed across the mountains and into ...  Read more

Chapelle Bellini

The Chapelle Bellini was well-known painter Emmanuel Bellini's studio, and houses an exhibition of some of his works. Built in the late 19th century by Comte ...  Read more

Gourdon

Located in the south of France by the Loup River, the beautifully preserved village of Gourdon looks all the way out to the Cote d’Azur from its mountaintop ...  Read more

Hotel de Vogue

Following the destruction and turmoil of France's Wars of Religion (1562-1598), France once again began to rebuild its towns and cities; in Dijon, a series of ...  Read more

La Cité des Sciences et de L'lndustrie

Europe’s largest science museum and one of Paris’ most visited exhibition spaces, La Cite des Sciences et de L'lndustrie, or the City of Science & Industry, ...  Read more

Little Palace Museum (Musée du Petit Palais)

The Musée du Petit Palais (or the Little Palace Museum) originally served as a bishops’ and archbishops’ palace during the 14th and 15th centuries. It was ...  Read more

Lyon Ampitheatre Gallo-Romain

Lyon (Lugdunum) was originally founded as a Roman city in 43 BC, strategically located atop Fourvière Hill, with views across the Rhône and ...  Read more

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