If it’s a palace you want, cast your eyes 18 miles from Paris to the picturesque – and palatial – Château de Montmorency. Dating back to the 19th century, this château has been completely renovated and offers the very best in comfort and services with its 5 grand halls of refined ambiance with 10 prestigious suites and magnificent gardens. Able to accommodate up to 27 people, it offers a panoramic view of the Paris International Golf Club, an 18-hole course designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus, with access to a tennis court. A perfect choice for a wedding celebration or other milestone event.
The most famous and most visited art museum in the world, The Louvre is home to an incredible number of works and seeing it in one day would be impossible. Pick your favourite wing and enjoy.
Iconic and impressive, no visit to Paris would be complete without a view of the city from the observation platform. Close to 7 million people visit the Eiffel Tower each year and many say that Paris would not be Paris without it.
Sprawling over the French countryside, the Palace of Versailles is a testament to royal excess and opulence. Not only will the palace astound the visitor but the grounds as well are filled with a bewildering number of sights, such as the Grand Canal and Neptune's Fountain.
Stroll one of the world's finest avenues, taking in the sights and sounds of the boutiques and cafes and find at the western end, the famous Arc de Triomphe. Built to celebrate the victories and the fallen of the Napoleonic Wars and the Revolution, the monument is an iconic sight in Paris.
Eerie and chilling, these former limestone mines house approximately six million bones, all arranged in a decorative fashion. With a mile of tunnels it's wise to stick close to your guide while in the grim maze!
This museum will fascinate young and old alike. Animals of every shape and size can be found here and the museum offers excellent and informative shows. Nearby is also Galerie de Paleontologie et d'Anatomie with impressive skeletons and the Menagerie, the oldest public zoo in the world.
This beautiful park comes complete with a playground, a fountain pond, a puppet theater and even an old-fashioned carousel. The perfect place to run and explore.
Full of hands-on fun for children to explore and learn, the Cite des Enfants caters to younger kids while the Cite de Sciences is geared to older children. The site also has a planetarium.
The tour begins with a fabulous light and sound show before you make your way to view the waxworks. Meet life like celebrities alongside kings and queens from the past.
Opened in 1860 in Bois de Boulogne, this amusement park comes complete with forestry adventures, animals, a house of mirrors, rides and The Enchanted River. Ride the vintage carousel or take in a puppet show.