Cities for Local Culture in Paris and Surrounds, France
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- 1France2863 reviews
Paris is more than the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. It is a vital and beautiful city. It is a symbol of fashion, food and revolution all in one. The highest compliment I can bestow is that Paris is one of those cities that you can't know just from browsing monuments and a week of wandering around.
- 2France142 reviews
it takes a whole day to do this castle and gardens. a beautiful castle and history, take a tour and take the time..it can be very crowded and hot. i like it in springtime for the best.
- 3France3 reviews
This beautiful suburb is well worth a visit if you want to enjoy a break from the city. The laid back town boasts historic chateaux, great parks and amazing bakeries.
- 4France16 reviews
sorry but that is not a photo in Rheims... heerlijke taartjes en champagne, gebouwen, de kathedraal, de straten, het eten en weer goede hotels, en champagne huizen bezoeken....wat een hobby!!!
- 5France7 reviews
strange that this is also under Paris...it is a village north of Paris and has lovely hotels. and this Wonderful big Chateau, with gardens and great history. it was a place in many movies. great craftsmen work inside. it takes easily a whole day if you want to see it. and than look to the hotels...
- 6France16 reviews
Monet's paradise. A nice day trip from Paris. Easy to get to by train.
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- 7France7 reviews
Best known for Fontainebleau Chateau and business school INSEAD, Fonty is a great place for folks who like hiking in the woods and enjoying the french countryside. A short drive takes you to famous town for painters, Barbizon.
- 8France5 reviews
This small town Chartres is a great place to visit if you are staying in Paris. The town itself is not that big, and you can get there by a short train ride from Paris. The cathedral is one of the best Gothic architectures in the world. The stained glasses in the cathedral survived the wars. Beautiful art.
- 9France3 reviews
Two parks full of attractions and joy not far from paris center. It's not only for adults with children. So enjoy.
- 10France2 reviews
A magical place with Merlins castle.
- 11France4 reviews
This is a small town in the northwestern suburbs of Paris. It's main claim to fame is that Vincent van Gogh lived and died here. There are sites here that will be familiar to you because of his paintings. One of the buildings and the church are the most prominent. He is buried along with his brother in a small ...
- 12France1 review
- 13France2 reviews
This a nice little town on the banks of the Seine. The main reason to come here is to go to the gardens at Giverny. We liked walking around the town because most of the tourists are at the gardens so you can get a slice of France unencumbered.
- 14France3 reviews
St. Denis was once a historic town, now it looks like a mishmash of architectural styles and has some less savory populations dwelling about. As a day trip from Paris it's a great idea, especially because the church at St Denis is quite a treat, but I'd recommend not staying here at night.
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