You simply must see Paris from above to truly appreciate the beauty of the city. Here are 10 viewing platforms that will allow you to admire the skyline and rooftops of Paris. We wish you clear weather for maximum visibility!
Sights to see
The Loire valley is home to many famous castles: Chenonceau, Chambord, Blois are some of the most well-known. Thousands of tourists visit these priceless architectural structures every year. We would like to tell you what's worth seeing as well as share some practical advice. You'll find a map of Loire's castles in this article as well. The article's author has been to all these castles, so you're getting firsthand knowledge of the area.
The Loire Valley is a region that's perfect for tourists. You'll find luxurious views, abbeys, historical monuments, light wines from local grapes, and of course, Renaissance era castles. The best way to see the valley is to travel by car, so you can see the most interesting places without rushing, take time to enjoy traditional French dishes, beautiful nature, and experience the local romantic spirit to the fullest.
Marseille bring out different emotions in people: some fall in love at first sight, and others are scared off by the simplicity and linearity of this port city. Only one thing is for sure: the bright, lively Marseille, imbued with the energy of the sea, won't leave you feeling indifferent.
City visitors are presented with a sea of opportunities on how to spend their time. There are historical sights, various museums, lively bars and restaurants, and most importantly, the irreplaceable Marseille atmosphere.
Marseille is too big to simply be a resort town, and it's too magnificent to just be another French city. The capital of the French Riviera is loud and bright, and is a great destination for a slow sea vacation and fun adventures. There's a lot to do in the Mediterranean coastal city of Marseille. Here are ten of our favorite activities.
What masterpieces are in the Louvre? How can I find them in this huge palace? What do I need to see on my first visit? If you're asking these questions, you clearly want your first trip to the Louvre to be as interesting as possible.
The Louvre is the largest art museum in the world. The former royal residence is now not only proud of its architecture, but also its 300,000-piece collection, including its crown jewels: the famous Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, Liberty leading the people and other masterpieces. If you want to see them and learn more, download our tour and audio guide of the Louvre here. And we'll tell you how to buy tickets too.
River boat tours on the Seine are an excellent way to see the whole center of Paris in 90 minutes. The Seine isn't just a river, but the city's main road.