Established as the home of Louis XIV in 1682, you'll find a wealth of masterpieces fit for royalty. Fascinating features include the grand Hall of Mirrors, the stylish royal apartments, twinkling enfilades throughout the bedrooms, and intricate details on the furnishings. The immaculate lawns and statement landscaping complete the regal look of the palace.
Refreshed by the Loire river, the lush hills of this valley create a natural bliss. Saunter through a land of blossoming flowers and spectacular vineyards, home to over 1,000 elegant chateaus. Take a journey along the 174-mile river from Sully-sur-Loire in Loiret to Chalonnes-sur-Loire in Anjou. A fantastic experience awaits you in Loire Valley.
As the world's most visited museum, this attraction is a must-see on your visit to France. The main entrance itself is a masterpiece, and once inside you'll find some surreal pieces on show. The unique collections range from the Code of Hammurabi and Egyptian mummies to Leonardo’s Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.
The Eiffel Tower is the world's most visited paid monument and is a commemoration of the French Revolution's centennial celebration. Constructed in 1889, it features millions of multicoloured lights. When you admire the beauty of the design, it's no wonder that this attraction is a top choice for romantic marriage proposals.
As the largest monument of its kind in the world, the Arc de Triomphe is entirely unique and stands out as an impressive backdrop against the landscape. Napoleon I commissioned this famous attraction to commemorate the might of his armies. As such, the names of 660 army generals feature in the design. Visit the top for panoramic views of Paris.