With its mix of cultural, patrimonial and natural diversity the l'Ile de France remains one of the most appealing destinations in France. From Versailles to the Georges Pompidou Centre via Notre-Dame de Paris, here's your chance to visit the most famous monuments of French heritage. Nature lovers will be in heaven on a trip across la Seine retracing the capital's history or sailing up the Marne, appreciating the beauty of the banks of the Ile de France from the water.
You can buy a pass for DisneyLand parks directly at the reception desk.
A campsite bordered by the river Marne with direct access to its developed shoreline.
Paris: its numerous museums and historic quarters, Eiffel Tower, cathedral of Notre Dame, Louvre museum, Montmartre, famous Champs-Elysées, Ile de la Cité, the banks of the Seine, Beaubourg, Grande Bibliothèque (National Library), La Villette, Saint Germain des Prés... Near Paris: Church of Saint Saturnin de Champigny, Versailles castle, castle and zoo of Vincennes, Chantilly castle, Vaux-le-Vicomte castle, forest of Fontainebleau castle.
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