Itinerary 8: Brillant Designers

    Itinerary 8: Brillant Designers


    From Versailles to Le Havre... in other words, from the most famous chateau in France to the gateway to the sea. Beyond the splendor of the Sun King’s residence, the incredible chateau of Versailles will amaze you. In le Havre, the sea will enchant you. Between royal Versailles and the modern port of le Havre, from the gates of Paris to the cliffs of Normandy, an unforgettable journey awaits you along the Seine. 











    The once official residence of the kings of France, the Palace of Versailles is an unmissable destination if you want to discover the pomp and circumstance of an important time in history filled with artistic riches, exceptional gardens, and famous collections. Here you can also visit the Petit Trianon, Queen Marie-Antoinette's private village, and see the stables still used by the Académie du Spectacle Equestre today. 


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    Le Havre




    The combination of the ancient history of a famous port and contemporary architecture, le Havre will inevitably astonish you. Take advantage of a trip to the city to visit the MuMa (Musée d’Art Moderne André Malraux) and admire the second largest impressionist collection in France, or visit the show apartment, a reproduction of 1950’s lifestyle. Savor the great sea at the port or along the two-kilometre beach. 


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Montpellier, Mid-way between Spain and Italy, just seven kilometres from the Mediterranean.One of the French cities you should pay a visit is Montpellier....

Marseille, the dynamic, modern Phocaean city, rich of an exceptional heritage, is the Mediterranean metropolis where life is enjoyable.


City of Normandy classified in the UNESCO world heritage, Le Havre does not stop innovating and being renewed, offering a wide choice of activities: water...

Clermont-Ferrand, a city of views.

Cradle of prestigious one contemporary drama festival, European city of the culture in the year 2000, Avignon also has the taste of the avant-garde.