Chateaux are a set of castles located on the banks of the Loire River dating from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. This river runs through the towns of Orleans and Nantes. You can do the course in different modes of transport being the preferred Seaway of those sightseeing in France. The beauty of the castles and how different they are from each impacted the tourist leaves behind a unique experience not only by the majesty of the buildings but by the number of known castles in one day. Especially for non-European tourists, this tour is formidable: perhaps after spending a lifetime without seeing a castle rather than on television or in photographs passed to see a large set of the most beautiful castles in the world in the course of a few hours.
The Mont Saint- Michel is one of the most impressive in the country to the point that tourism cannot be France without going through the Mont Saint Michel tourist attractions. It is a rocky island that houses a medieval abbey majestic architecture. The phenomenal of the place is not only the beauty of the building and the strangeness if you spend some hours there can see how the way you’ve quietly route to enter the Abbey begins to be covered by the rising tide to completely cover the island and leave the building with the appearance of floating in the ocean. No wonder three million two hundred thousand tourists visit the Mont Saint- Michel each year.
The particular architecture as presented and the extraordinary luxury that has been built (and maintained through the centuries) will absolutely impressed visitors. On the hill of Montmartre (Paris) this basilica is built in tribute to the fallen in the Franco-Prussian war. The construction of this fabulous building took from 1875 to 1919 and is today one of the most visited spots in the French capital. 80 meters high and four massive domes eloquently express the beauty of the Roman and Byzantine architecture style in which it was designed. A peculiar feature of the Coeur is housed inside a bell called Savoyard having 3 meters in diameter and weighs 26 tons.