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The lively French city has an exceptional location surrounded by enormous volcanoes and is the capital of short films, rock music, and rugby.
Arles, located in the heart of Camargue's wild nature, is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage of Humanity site.
Discover Carcassonne, a medieval city full of character, and its two listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Amiens Notre-Dame Cathedral remains the largest Gothic construction in
France. Access to the towers offers a superb view of the 112.7 meters
spire, and over the city of Amiens.
UNESCO world heritage site, situated to the south-east of the chevet of the Cathedral of Saint-André
at Bordeaux, the tower of Pey-Berland serves as its bell tower, built
in the 15th century in the Gothic style.
Discover Arles, roman city listed on three different types of UNESCO World heritage lists.
Strasbourg Grande-Ile, classified as a World Heritage site since 1988, was the first town in France to be selected by UNESCO...
The Palais of Tau, a thousand years of royal coronations.
Bordeaux, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with all the assets of the Southwest of France: prestigious vineyards, gourmet cuisine, and Atlantic Ocean.
The Conciergerie, on the Île de la Cité, superb halls from the former royal palace and the prisons of the Revolutionary Tribunal.