• Marne La Vallee Tourist Office

    To the East of Paris, Marne-la-Vallee is known for Disneyland. Disneyland Park includes 5 themed Lands and Walt Disney Studios highlights the world of movies There’s a Tourist Information Kiosk right beside the RER (Regional Express Network) train station.

  • St Etienne Tourist Office

    Saint-Etienne, Cité du design, an icon of the city, is based in a former arms factory site and hosts exhibitions, conferences, design, research and teaching. This is a must-visit! Musée des Verts – the “Green” Football club’s museum: The ASSE (St-Etienne Footall Association) is the first French club to have Read more [...]

  • Saint Raphael Tourist Office

    Discover the charming cobbled streets of the historic centre of town. They will lead you to the San Rafeu church, to the watchtower and to the underground Carolingian crypts. You can explore the Archaeological Museum before learning about Felix Martin, who as mayor transformed this fishing village into a bustling Read more [...]

  • Monaco Tourist Office

    Hosts and Hostesses are ready to suggest whatever meets your fancy. Monaco has daily activities and events that meet everyone’s desires. Monaco proudly bears the standard of dreams and glamour around the world but it is, above all, a tourist destination with a remarkable heritage and an outstanding wealth and Read more [...]

  • Amiens Tourist Office

    Over the centuries, Amiens has confirmed its avant-garde character and at the same time remained true to its fabulous heritage. Its philosophy is to draw from the past to build the future. And that is the source of its wealth, its depth and originality. The Notre-Dame cathedral, a listed World Read more [...]

  • Rouen Tourist Office

    Rouen welcomes you … Joan of Arc History Museum A well-known figure in the history of Rouen and that of France, Joan of Arc’s memory is retold in the historical center of Rouen. Come and discover her history situated within the Archdiocese, wher she was judged. The History Museum presents Read more [...]

  • Le Puy-en-Velay Tourist Office

    Le Puy-en-Velay is a commune in south-central France near the Loire river. The city is famous for its cathedral where you’ll see the flat volcanic stone has since been known as the “Fever Stone” because of miraculous healing associated with it. There’s also the Black Virgin as well as frescoes Read more [...]

  • Paris Gare de Lyon Tourist Kiosk

    There’s an information kiosk in the main hall 1 near tracks L/M The Tourist Office offers visitors 6 reception points, open all year round, with efficient multilingual staff and self-service documentation on Paris (free maps and guidebooks), booking service for more than 500 hotels in Paris, the essential tickets for Read more [...]

  • Paris Gare du Nord Tourist Kiosk

    There’s an information kiosk in the Ile de France section of the station The Tourist Office offers visitors 6 reception points, open all year round, with efficient multilingual staff and self-service documentation on Paris (free maps and guidebooks), booking service for more than 500 hotels in Paris, the essential tickets Read more [...]

  • Paris Information Kiosk

    Paris Tourist Information: 25, rue des Pyramides There are two other information points in Paris. The nearest are at the Carrousel du Louvre, 99 rue Rivoli. The other at the Gare du Nord. The Tourist Office is open all year round, with efficient multilingual staff and self-service documentation on Paris Read more [...]

  • Paris Tourist Office

    Paris Tourist Information: 25, rue des Pyramides There are two other information points in Paris. The nearest are at the Carrousel du Louvre, 99 rue Rivoli. The other at the Gare du Nord. The Tourist Office is open all year round, with efficient multilingual staff and self-service documentation on Paris Read more [...]

  • Moulins Tourist Office

    The city of Moulins is located on the Allier River. Its name means ‘Mills’ of which there were many associated with the river. Among its many tourist attractions are the Cathedral, The National Center of Costume and Scenography, the Maison Mantin, and the Anne de Beaujeu Museum

  • Office de Tourisme de Toulon

    The maritime City of Toulon nestles in Europe’s largest and most beautiful Bay, bordered by high wooded hills topped with ancient forts: an unusual but idyllic marriage of sea and mountain. Although the city has been a powerful military port for centuries, its bay offers much more than the naval Read more [...]

  • Thiers Tourist Office

    Thiers and cutlery are synonymous. The street names (rue de la Coutellerie, rue des Forgerons, rue des Usines, rue de l’Industrie …), the first industrial forges in the valley, or a paddle wheel along the Durolle … all indications point to this industry. Since the 15th century knife making has Read more [...]

  • Thionville Tourist Office

    Thionville and the three borders area (France, Germany, Luxembourg). Traces of the past can be found everywhere in this area which is dominated by the presence of the Moselle river. The river flows slowly and majestically through the valley and vines cling to its sides at every meander. Nearby, the Read more [...]

  • Toulouse Tourist Office

    Culture in the heart of the pink city Just walk around the small streets of Toulouse’s historical center to discover the city’s not to miss tourist attractions such as: Saint-Sernin’s basilica (Unique Romanesque piece of work), the Jacobins church (renowned for its famous 13th century “palm tree column” and cloister), Read more [...]

  • Tours Tourist Office

    An important crossroads in the centre of France, located at the heart of a European communication network, Tours is one of the major centres of France. City of Art and History, the ancient Gallo-Roman city, then capital of the kingdom of France, Tours is an exceptional place at the centre Read more [...]

  • Troyes Tourist Office

    The modern city of Troyes is a direct descendant of its medieval predecessor, with its characteristic city centre in the shape of a champagne cork – a happy omen that predicted the meteoric rise of the local sparkling wine, grown in the immediate vicinity of Troyes, to world-renowned status. Yet Read more [...]

  • Vichy Tourist Office

    Vichy, the elegant, is aware of its strengths and essentially extract to offer it to you on a platter. By sensitivity, creativity and spontaneity, she accompanies you to a more joyful and colorful vision of your life. Vichy, the refreshing, water is a magical city, vibrant and captivating! Natural, green, Read more [...]

  • Quimper Tourist Office

    Quimper, town of art and history. It stands at a confluence and crossing at the head of an estuary, two thousand-year old town of Gallo-Roman origin. Located by the river Odet, Quimper has always been a sheltered place and a crossing point. As far back as the roman conquest a Read more [...]

  • Reims Tourist Office

    Five continents come to Reims to discover its history, its wealth and its secrets. We must say that the champagne and the Cathedral make the “City of coronations” a world-renowned destination. UNESCO has also registered the monuments and the most emblematic symbols on the World Heritage List.

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