France - the most visited country in the world. And this superiority she keeps for many years. Nothing surprising here: the picturesque cliffs of the English Channel to the chic beaches on the French Riviera, from snowy Alps to vineyards of Aquitaine. France never stops to amaze with its diversity and richness. Magnificent historical and cultural monuments, the famous French cuisine, world-famous French wines, exquisite flavors of French perfume ... French themselves gave the name of this appeal - “the art of living in French style.”

We invite you to life this unforgettable experiences and take a trip into the history, culture and traditions of this amazing country which dictated the fashion yesterday and never ceases to amaze and do today.

  • When and how Paris was founded? Why this city is so popular and attracts millions of tourists? What is it charm? You will get a unique opportunity to discover Paris for 1 day: history, traditions and modern life of Paris. Paris one of the most famous cultural, romantic and glamorous city in the world. Starting from Opera Garnier and Place Vendome straigt to the Louvre, along the banks of Seine passing the French Academy and the City Hall of Paris, across the Cité island with Notre Dame, to the Les Invalides with the NaPoleon’s tomb; from Ecole Militaire and the Eiffel Tower to the world’s famous Champs Elysees you will see why Paris is considered not only the capital of fashion, but also the city of the World
  • Montmartre is one of the quarters of Paris, which is still preserving the identity and originality. From the height of the hill, which is crowned with the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, offers one of the most beautiful views of Paris. Numerous of different artists are selling paintings on the Place du Tertre Tertre. This tradition of Monmartre came from the late 19th century and beginning of 20th century with famous artists - Toulouse Lautrec, Van Gogh, Picasso, Modigliani etc ...
  • Ile de la Cite is the heart of Paris, the city was born here. In the Middle Ages the island became the center of secular and spiritual power: in the western part of the island there is the Royal Palace, which even today resemble the Palace of Justice and Conciergerie, and in the eastern part in 1163 started the construction of Notre Dame Cathedral. Left bank shares with the Ile de la Cité the story and the glory.In the Middle Ages, on the left bank there were opened numerous of colleges and in 1200 they are combined into a powerful and prestigious University of Paris,Sorbonne which became one of Paris sightseeing in nowadays.
  • The Louvre, the former royal palace, and for the past two centuries, one of the largest museums in the world. Louvre’s collection includes 8 departments, the largest are - the departments of the Ancient East, Egypt, Greek and Roman antiquities, the world of sculpture and painting. At the heart of the museum's collection is the royal collection, which has not ceased to be replenished throughout the centuries thanks to the patrons and politicians. Here are some figures: 35 000 exhibits on a total area of 60 600 square meters, 2 410 windows, 3 000 locks, 10 000 steps ...
  • Versailles is the most famous and visited palace in France - the official royal residence from 1682 to 1789. This historical palace is a place where people worked, had fun, made a career and of course loved. This palace is a masterpiece. On the creation of its pavilions, interiors, fountains, parks, sprawling 100 acres, was working the best architects, engineers, artists and sculptors of 17th and 18th centuries (Andre Le Notre, Charles de Brun, Louis le Vaud). This palace is a symbol, as it is the epitome of the absolute power of the legendary monarch - the Sun King Louis the 14th.
  • Chantilly is one of the most important aristocratic residences in France. Here, the Moliere's "Tartuffe" was performed. In Chantilly passed balls and fireworks. Today, the castle is a museum Chantilly Conde and his amazing collection of ancient paintings (the second largest collection in France after the Louvre), as well as a grand library. Outside pitched French garden, designed by Le Nôtre. He competes with the beauty of an English park with fountains and with the Anglo-Chinese garden, the main part of which are the channels.
  • Fontainebleau is the only royal palace of France, who recieved their crowned guests constantly - for 8 centuries: the Capetian, Valois, Borbon, Napoleon, Orleans ... How many events have seen the walls of this castle. Francis the 1st named Fontainebleau as his home. Francis wanted to create here, "Little Italy." For this purpose, in 1520 - 1540 years here, he invited the great Italian masters: Rosso Fiorentino, Primaticcio, Nicolo del Abate. Gallery Francis 1st, Ballroom Henry 2nd, Diana gallery, the papal apartments. Fontainebleau was one of the favorite residences of Napoleon.
  • The valley of castles, the valley of the kings, the valley of gardens, the valley of love ... It's beautiful nature, wine and culinary traditions, amazing historical and cultural heritage will impress everyone. Loire Valley has more than 70 castles on its shores River and its tributaries - the medieval fortress, royal residences and palaces in the Renaissance style. This “pearl“ was continuously shaped during three centuries. Everything started with the military defeat of France against England at the Battle of Azinkure in 1415. Carl VII, Carl VIII, Louis the XII, Francis I, Louis XIV ... From all variety of castles, you will see three on your choice, each with its own history, each in his own inimitable style.
  • The sky like in Normandy you will never ever meet anywhere else. This region of France, north of Paris, is considered the cradle of Impressionism. Nature of Normandy with its fairly harsh climate and constantly changeable sky has been a source of inspiration for many artists, including not only recognized masters of this artistic movement, like Claude Monet, but also and his teacher Eugène Boudin, as well as Gustave Courbet, Camille Pissarro, Georges Seurat and other, captured in their paintings endless Norman beaches, fishing boats and rocky cliffs. Normandy - the land of constant conflicts, from the Roman conquest and Viking raids, to centuries of Anglo-French conflict. Normandy - a region famous for its gastronomic traditions: it is the famous Norman cheeses and Calvados, Cider and Seafood.
  • Champagne is a french region, well known for its wine-making traditions. Wine was producing in Champagne before the Middle Ages, but worldwide fame to the region brought champagnes. Epernay town located 180 km from Paris is the capital of champagne wines. Dungeons of Epernay are 100 km of cellars. Here are some great houses as Moet & Chandon and Mercier, Castellane. Reims is a regional capital of the Champagne region, famous for its Gothic cathedral, where twenty-five french kings were coronated. In May 2011, Reims Cathedral celebrated its 800th anniversary.
  • Mont-Saint-Michel in the English Channel, 370 km north-west of Paris, called the "Miracle of the West": giant Gothic abbey as if grows out of granite rocks and towers over the waters of the English Channel. Twice a day the water comes close to the walls of the strait and turn it into an island. With its height offers an unforgettable view of the bay. Bay Nature is unique - quicksand, huge tides, the amplitude of which can reach 11 km, cliffs and emerald water saturated with oxygen. The old chapel of the abbey dates back to the XI century, a young part of the Benedictine Abbey "Miracle inside the miracle" dates back to the XIII century
  • Bruges is a picturesque town in the Belgian province of West Flanders, which resembles the magical city of fairy tales from childhood, with its pleasant houses, tall towers and roofs. It often calls the "Venice of the North" because of the large number of picturesque canals that surround and cross the city. Bruges, as an important trade and economic center in the early Middle Ages, reached its peak in the XV century, and has carried its unique appearance through the centuries to our XXI century. The symbol of Bruges is a bell tower-bedfrua with carillon which plays every hour. With its height offers an unforgettable view of the winding streets and canals. In 2000, the historic center of Bruges included in the list of objects of World Cultural Heritage, UNESCO. It is nice to stay in one of the many cafes and restaurants, try the abundant Flemish cuisine and, of course, the famous Belgian beer, which has more than 300 varieties. A very nice souvenir in Bruges is a chocolate, as this city is also the capital of Belgian chocolate.
  • European Disneyland is 32 km from Paris. It's a magical world created not only for children but also for their parents, family-friendly and co-host in fairy tail kingdom. Disneyland is not just an amusement park, but also a huge country, which occupies 1,943 hectares and is conventionally divided into 5 areas: Adventureland, Fantasyland, Discoveryland, Frontierland ("Wild West") and the Main street. Cowboys, Indians and miners, phantoms and other our favorite cartoon characters will be a whole day next to you while you have fun at the sorts of attractions to take part in the parade or simply dine in the restaurant. Wherever you led adventure, unusual atmosphere and unforgettable impressions are guaranteed.