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eiffel tower
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Eiffel Tower – History And All Things You Need To Know

The Eiffel Tower or Tour Eiffel has become synonymous with Paris and France. This tower is probably the first thing you’ll ever see or look out for as your plane prepares for descent or as your train approaches the French capital. One cannot simply visit Paris and not include Eiffel Tower in their France bucket …

Louvre Museum in Paris
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Louvre Museum: History And All The Things You Need To Know

Next to the Eiffel Tower, Louvre is another Paris attraction that draws over a million visitors every year. It has a longer, and more colourful history than the Eiffel Tower. The Louvre that we know today wasn’t always a massive repository of the world’s greatest fine art collections. The museum palace was initially built for …

palais garnier staircase
Ile-de-France Where To Go

Palais Garnier (The Paris Opera) – All The Things You Need To Know

Said to be an ode to Parisian architecture, the enchanting Palais Garnier is an important part of Paris’ ballet and classical music scene. Also called the Opera Garnier Paris or simply the Paris Opera, this cultural jewel has a history that’s as fascinating as the productions within its walls. Home to the Paris Ballet, the …

Hanging Gardens of Marqueyssac
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10 Best Gardens In France That You Must Visit

The French gardens – whether they’re within estates, surrounding a castle, are among the best places to see in France. Visiting these elegant and idyllic gardens add more meaning to a French holiday. If you’re going to France soon and want to be literally surrounded by beauty, a garden tour is a must. How about …

Burgundy wine region
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10 Best Wine Regions In France That You Must Visit

Wherever you are in the world, you are able to literally have a taste of France because of their wines. You get to enjoy a bit of France on most occasions – Champagne during the New Year, Sauvignon Blanc served in weddings, or a bottle of rosé during summer parties. Simply put, France has a …

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