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Chateau d'If

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 45 Reviews

Made famous by Alexandre Dumas' classic 1840s' novel Le Comte de Monte Cristo (The Count of Monte Cristo), the 16th-century fortress-turned-prison ...  Read more

Cathédrale St Bénigne

In Dijon, west of the Ducal palace, looms the twin-towered Cathédrale St. Bénigne - also known as the Dijon Cathedral. This large, Gothic church is ...  Read more

Cimetiere de la Chartreuse

The Cimetiere de la Chartreuse, in the center of Bordeaux, often invites comparisons with Paris' Pere Lachaise cemetery. They both offer a tranquil (if ...  Read more

Cluny

Northwest of Mâcon is the little town of Cluny. Dating to an abbey established in the year 910 (called Cluniacum), the town became the epicenter of a ...  Read more

Fronton Wine Region

Fronton isn't simply yet another French wine region; far from being ordinary, it’s considered to be one of the oldest wine productions in the country, having ...  Read more

La Canebiere

La Canebiere is Marseille's Champs Elysees. Modelled on the famous Parisian boulevard, it is a wide stretch leading straight up from Vieux Port (Old Port) for ...  Read more

Montagne Sainte Victoire

Immortalized in a number of famous paintings by local resident Cézanne, the towering peak of Montagne Sainte Victoire (Sainte-Victoire Mountain) is one of ...  Read more

Musée de la Moutarde

Dijon is known for its importance to the French wine industry, but it’s also known for another culinary product – mustard. The region’s fertile land and ...  Read more

Old Lyon (Vieux Lyon)

Draped around the ancient Roman edifices atop Fourviére Hill, this enchanting Rennaissance-era neighborhood of beautifully preserved buildings is without ...  Read more

Quinconces Square (Esplanade des Quinconces)

The Quinconces Square (known locally as the Esplanade de Quinconces) certainly impresses with its size - at 12 hectares (30 acres) it's one of Europe's ...  Read more

St Sernin Basilica

The ancient Romanesque beauty that is the St Sernin Basilica was once an abbey church dating back to about 1190. In fact, the basilica is the most complete ...  Read more

Toulouse-Lautrec Museum

The Albi Cathedral, with its fortress-like Palais de la Berbie, brings architecture fans and Cathar history buffs to this small town in southwestern France. ...  Read more

Grand Trianon

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1238 Reviews

The pink-colonnaded Grand Trianon was built in 1687 by the famous architect Mansart, as a tranquil getaway from court life for Louis XIV. Setting the ...  Read more

British War Cemetery

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 645 Reviews

The peaceful Bayeux War Cemetery is the largest of the 18 Commonwealth military cemeteries in Normandy. It contains 4,868 graves of soldiers from the UK and ...  Read more

Le Chateau (Castel Hill)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 132 Reviews

Le Chateau, the shaded hill and park at the eastern end of Quai des États-Unis, is named after a 12th-century château that was razed by Louis XIV ...  Read more

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