France’s most famous landmark guide

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The most beautiful landmarks of France is recommended to visit, France belongs to the first countries that most tourists wanting tourism in European countries think; due to its richness in the various tourist attractions, the most famous of which are the Eiffel Tower, Paris Disneyland, and the Chocolate Museum. Therefore, the Arab Travelers website helps you in planning your next vacation in France by developing your information about the most important landmarks of France in addition to guiding you to the official website of each of those landmarks so that you can learn more accurate information about the most important landmarks that you liked.

Landmarks of France

Eiffel tower

  • It symbolizes Paris.
  • It was 324 meters long at the beginning, before being subjected to development work, during which it increased to 327 meters in 2011.
  • It took more than two years to construct, beginning with Gustav Eiffel, with the assistance of 50 assistant engineers.
  • It consists of 3 floors.
  • It has two restaurants on the first and second floors.
  • It can be visited from 9:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
  • It is visited by more than 7 million tourists annually.
  • Official Website.
  • Book a ticket online.
  • Facebook.
  • Twitter.
  • The YouTube.
  • Instagram.

Paris Disneyland

  • It was opened in 1992 AD.
  • It includes various leisure facilities suitable for all ages, fine restaurants and cafes, shopping centers, cinema, and golf club, in addition to a fish tank that contains more than 5000 types of marine creatures.
  • It has regular entertainment shows for Disney characters.
  • Adventure Island and Alice Labyrinth belong to the most popular family-friendly activities.
  • Includes more than 50 games.
  • You can visit it on any day of the year starting from 10 am to 8 pm.
  • Official Website.
  • Activities.
  • Online reservation.
  • Offers.
  • Facebook.
  • Twitter.
  • The YouTube.
  • Instagram.

Orangerie Park

  • It is located in Strasbourg.
  • One of the most beautiful and ancient French gardens.
  • It grows in many types of perennial trees and rare plants.
  • It is home to many types of birds as well as many types of animals.
  • It includes hiking and running tracks.
  • It includes a picturesque lake, and you can enjoy a fun boat tour that can be rented out in the garden.
  • It includes a children’s play area.
  • It has a restaurant with a view of the lake, which enhances the delight of its delicious food.
  • Official Website.

Chamonix Amusement Park

  • It occupies a privileged location in Chamonix.
  • One of the most suitable places for family trips.
  • One of its best thrilling glide games based on great distance with air, the flying boat that descends from an altitude of 8 kilometers very quickly and lands in a pond, a giant high-rise swing, and a spiral cabin that spins in a movement similar to the movement of a large washing machine.
  • Attached to it is a park with its own restaurant and café serving delicious food and beverages.
  • Working hours are from 1:30 pm to 6 pm.
  • Official Website.
  • Online reservation.
  • Facebook.
  • Linkedin.
  • Instagram.
  • The YouTube.

Historical Museum of the City of Strasbourg

  • It was built in the year 1920 AD.
  • Contains over 200,000 artifacts.
  • Its contents include paintings, statues, sculptures, and military machines.
  • One of the most famous pieces of the city is the stereoscopic map.
  • His holdings date back to the beginning of the Middle Ages in addition to the modern era.
  • It has places for children recreational activities.
  • Visitors are welcomed throughout the week from 10 am to 6 pm except for the two, which represent the official holiday of the museum.
  • Official Website.
  • Facebook.
  • Ticket prices.

Chocolate Museum

  • Sightseeing in Strasbourg.
  • It gives the opportunity to learn about the history of the manufacture of chocolate starting from the cultivation of the cocoa plant; in addition to getting to know the different types of chocolate with the possibility of tasting it as well.
  • Its visitors have the opportunity to experience chocolate making on their own with the support of a number of chocolate industry experts.
  • It has a special section for various leisure activities such as lightness games and cartoon shows.
  • A restaurant, café and souvenir shop are attached to it.
  • Visitors are greeted daily from 10 am to 6 pm except Monday.
  • Official Website.
  • Online reservation.
  • Facebook.
  • Pinterest.
  • Instagram.

Bois de Boulogne

  • It occupies an area of ​​8.5 kilometers west of Paris.
  • It has a picturesque lake as crowned by a passage to the Seine.
  • A boat tour and hiking and jogging can be enjoyed on dedicated tracks.
  • It includes a zoo, restaurants, cafes and some types of games.
  • Official Website.
  • Facebook.
  • Twitter.
  • Instagram.

Jardin des Plantes

  • It was built in 1626 CE.
  • Its founding is due to Louis XIII, who entrusted the task of overseeing its founding to 2 of his physicians as a plant laboratory.
  • It was made available to the public since 1650 CE.
  • It includes several subsections, each dedicated to a few floral patterns.
  • It includes a large pavilion for animal skeletons, including those of some extinct species of animals, such as dinosaurs.
  • There is a zoo attached to it, as well as a number of small museums such as the Museum of Minerals.
  • Official Website.
  • Facebook.
  • Twitter.
  • Instagram.
  • The YouTube.

Palace of Versailles

  • It was built in the year 1624 AD.
  • It has been under development several times over the past years.
  • One of the most beautiful and beautiful royal palaces in France.
  • It houses paintings, antiques, and unique pieces of furniture.
  • Many art galleries are held throughout the year.
  • Concerts are held for some of the best local and international bands.
  • It includes premium royal stables offering performances by knights accompanied by their skilled horses.
  • Official Website.
  • Book tickets online.
  • Facebook.
  • Twitter.
  • Instagram.
  • The YouTube.

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