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Attractions in France


Situated in the far south of France, the walled city of Carcassone is one of the great citadels of the world. The two curtain walls are fortified by 53 towers, crowned by conical towers.

Disneyland ParisDisneyland Paris

Europe's most popular tourist destination, Disneyland Paris is everything you'd expect from the family entertainment specialists. There are two neighbouring parks, the Disneyland park and the Walt Disney Studios Park. Both of these have many rides and attractions as well as the daily parades, night parades and firework displays.

Pyrenees PassFoix

Foix lies at the southern edge of France and is the gateway to the Pyrenees. The surrounding limestone landscape is riddled with caves and caverns, and the many rocky outcrops are home to a variety of castle ruins.

Monet's Garden, GivernyGiverny

Giverny is best known as the location of the impressionist painter Claude Monet's house and garden. The house and gardens have been restored and replanted as they were in Monet's time, and opened to the public, showcasing the inspiration behind Monet's most famous paintings.

Millau ViaductMillau Viaduct

The Millau Viaduct is the tallest bridge in the world, with the central pillar standing 343m above the valley floor.

Notre Dame Cathedral, ParisParis

Paris is one of the world's great cities. Centuries as the capital of one of the most successful countries has led to a collection of great cultural and architectural treasures. The cities monuments and parks are a great place to explore at any time of year.

Verdon GorgeVerdon Gorge

The Verdon Gorge (Gorges du Verdon) is a river canyon situated in the south west of France in the foothills of the Alps. Said to be Europe's most beautiful, the turqouise Verdon river runs through the deepest section near the town of Castellane where the cliffs are almost 700m high.