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NEW IN 2018 ! Driver-Guide-France Offers a 3-Hr totally Private & Guided Tours of The Island de la Cité on foot .
Enjoy A Private Guided Tour Inside The Louvre Museum With Your Own Certified Tour Guide ! Go Where People Don't Even Know The Existence ! For Instance Did You Know That It Is Possible To Admire Impressionist Painters Inside The Louvre ?
Around 6 million sketelons which come from the main parisian cemeteries were stored here between 1776 and 1860 when the decision was taken by the king Louis XVI to empty the cemeteries downtown and remove the bones into former quarries which were locaated aat the time
New in 2017 ! Driver Guide France can arrange totally private guided tours of the wonderful abbey of the Mont Saint Michel which will allow you to admire the abbey from the very top of the building !
The Banks of the Seine River between the Eiffel Tower and the Island of the Cité were Classified as a World Heritage Site in 1991
Here is a Short Video Which Shows What You will see During a River Cruise :
Last Week I Decide to Tour France by Car Passing by the Main Monuments Listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites ,but also crossing quaint villages ( most of them been classified among the most beautiful ones ) It took me 8 days in all and the goal is to demonstrate that it is very easy to travel thr
Officially to become a member of the Association des plus beaux Villages de France your village must have a population below 2000 inhabitants and 2 sites classified as a historical monuments !
Besides the very famous castles of the valley of the Loire river ,there are also many ruined fortresses ,which are not so well-known but quite spectacular and more importantly made the region a place located in the very heart of the fights between the Counts of Blois and the Counts of Anjou ; The
The Castle of Vaux Le Vicomte is located at 40 miles South Of Paris And therefore Accessible After Just A 1-Hr Drive ! That Means That Vaux Le Vicomte Can Be Arranged As A Half-Day Tour .It can Be Also Combined To The Castle Of Fontainebleau !