Popular Attractions :
Car Hire in France can be arranged on arrival at the airport, or
while you plan a short distance trip in the city or pack your bags
to go around Paris. You can call up Car Hire France service providers
to book in advance and obtain Car hire services for your preferred
Heaps of rocks from an ancient seabed nearby have created Mt. Blanc,
the highest peak in the Alps 15,771 feet (4807 m) high. Its peaks
are perpetually covered in snow and soars above 40 square miles of
glaciers that periodically flow to the bottom of near by Chamonix
valley. 16th century legend has it say that a temple and statue of
the Celtic sky god Jupiter poeninus, was once located upon a pass
high on the mountains side. Old Christian myths point out St. Bernard’s
eventual domination of this pagan devil and the ensuing naming of
the peak as Mont Moudit or the accursed mountain visited by famous
European poets such as Goethe and many more.
This is the famous Opera Garnier. This lavish theatre is home to the
Phantom of Phantom of the Opera. However, today few operas actually
play here; it is mainly used for ballet and this should come as a
surprise since many of Degas' famous ballet paintings are set here.
There is also a museum here, which runs through the Grand Foyer by
the huge sets of stairs there. The museum has a lavish auditorium
similar to the display of Napoleon III's apartments in the Louvre.
Holidaying at Europe would be incomplete without a visit to Eiffel
Eiffel Tower is one of the biggest attractions and an important landmark
The Tower was built for the International Exhibition of Paris of 1889
commemorating the centenary of the French Revolution.
The colossal tower gives a stunning view of Paris and looks simply
awesome when lit up at night. More over, the restaurant at the second
floor serves scrumptious cuisine, where you could dine while you
enjoy the panoramic view from the restaurant. Visit to Eiffel Tower
will surely make a memorable day for you
The most popular tourist attraction in the Roman Era is the Two-tiered
Roman Amphitheatre in the Arles. Measuring 136m (446 ft) in length,
and 109m (358 ft) wide, the 120 Romanesque arches date back to the
first century BC.
|Roman Amphitheatre in
The amphitheatre was capable of seating over 20,000 spectators and
was built to provide entertainment in the form of chariot races and
bloody hand-to-hand battles.
Today it draws large crowds for a sport only slightly less brutal
bullfighting as well as plays and concerts. When it is not being
used, visitors can explore the labyrinthine maze of corridors and
enjoy views of Arles and the surrounding Provencal landscape from
the upper level.
In 1932, The Baccarat workshops moved to the Prestigious Rue de Paradis.
A famous crystal Baccarat is a name associated with the best in crystal
ware, vases, glasses, ornaments, etc. Nowadays, it has been converted
into a museum and displays delicate masterpieces created for the Universal
Exhibitions. The exhibits indicate the evolution in manufacturing
techniques, as well as the various systematic changes that have occurred
down the years.
|Musee Du Cristal Baccarat