La Tremoille****

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Built in the 19th century, the hotel retains much of its original elegance and charm with a subtle bland of traditional and contemporary styles; it is ideally situated on a quiet street in the triangle d’or, in the heart of the 8th arrondissement, within walking distance of the Champs-Elysees.

 


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In the centre of Paris, the Hotel de La Tremoille welcomes you to the heart of the Golden Triangle, one of the capital’s most prestigious districts between the famous avenues Montaigne, George V and Champs-Elysées, names evocative of French refinement and art of living.

A luxury hotel in Paris’ 8th arrondissement, La Tremoille reflects the image of Parisian chic.

 

Behind an elegant Haussmann façade, the atmosphere of the establishment combines historical references and contemporary services. Throughout the hotel from the reception area to the suites via the restaurant and lounge bar, a harmony of styles and eras is respected.

Thanks to its privileged central situation, the Hôtel de La Trémoille is a perfect starting point for visiting Paris.

 

The hotel is in close proximity to several means of transport enabling you easy access to the city of Paris whole capital, from the Arc de Triomphe to the Latin Quarter, passing by Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, and the Beaubourg centre – all of Paris’s tourist wonders are at your feet.

 


Cité de l'Espace

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A half-day visit to the Cité de l’Espace in Toulouse where you will discover everything about space. A fascinating visit for children and adults as well. Voyage into space with the many attractions such as the Imax, a giant screen as high as a six-storey building that screen films made in space, enter the depths of the latest generation planetarium, with a 360° vaulted screen, or the Stellarium, a fascinating astronomical simulator. There are a number of attractions for children, with their own Children's Base. And everyone will enjoy the thrills of the Gyro-Extreme, a training seat for astronauts, plus the Moon Runner, a simulator that lets you try a weightless moon walk! The Space Museum opens its doors into the universe.

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The Cité de l’espace is located in the heart of Europe's space capital - Toulouse. Supported by one of the most significant space organisations, the Cité de l’espace occupies a prize position that allows it to share with the public this incredible human and scientific adventure and its daily developments. The Cité de l’espace is unique in the world, fusing a variety of different professions and purposes. Its ambitions are multi-faceted, and include sharing developments in space and astronomy with the greatest number possible, inspiring a desire to learn more, stimulating interest in space careers, acting as a sounding board for the space industry, providing news and updates on space and astronomy. In order to fulfil these many roles, it has built a rich, dense network of partners in all fields, from cultural and scientific to industrial, educational and tourism. More than 12 acres to discover Space as if you were there. Go on an unforgettable voyage into the heart of deep space. In the exhibition hall there are more than 250 interactive exhibits available for your exploration. Outdoors you'll discover a park with the MIR Space Station, a full size Ariane 5 satellite launcher and many more symbols of Mankind's conquest of space. In Astralia, the sixth continent, a new planetarium and a large format IMAX 3D cinema which brings you right into the heart of space.


Airbus Site

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The ideal visit for the families who wish to know everything about the biggest civilian airplane.

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While in Toulouse discover the fascinating world of Airbus. All year except Sundays and bank holidays, Airbus opens its gates to the general public (individuals formed into groups).

Château du Clos Lucé

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Visit the Château du Clos Lucé, Leonardo Da Vinci's last home, led by a storyteller.


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The spirit of Leonardo da Vinci remains in the Château du Clos Lucé, mingling with the memory of all the famous guests who contributed to the richest times enjoyed by the building. Times for royalty, times for genius, times for chivalry and times for bloodshed, looking back over a place loaded with history. It was at the Château du Clos Lucé, at the invitation of Francis I, that Leonardo da Vinci spent the last three years of his life, working on numerous projects, and died on 2nd May 1519. Passing from the bedroom recently restored to the Renaissance rooms, through his servant Mathurine’s kitchen, visiting the chateau will allow you to share the private world of the Renaissance genius. The countryside display at the Château du Clos Lucé is a top cultural attraction – a real journey of discovery, on the trail of Leonardo da Vinci’s visionary genius. Enter the universe of Leonardo’s creativity, enjoying a walk which is both fun and educational. 


The Loire Valley by helicopter

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A helicopter flight over the chateaux of the Loire Valley.

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Embark on a helicopter flight over the most prestigious chateaux of the Loire Valley: Fly over Chenonceau, built on the banks of the Cher River. Château Cheverny, located at the edge of the beautiful forest of Sologne. Château Chambord, the first of France’s great Classical palaces.Château Chaumont, surrounded by its magnificent gardens that change each year according to the garden’s festival dates.Château Amboise, that introduced Italian style to the Loire valley. You will have a wonderful glance over the Loire valley region!

Château de Vaurenard

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A 2-hour visit and Beaujolais wine-tasting of a private chateau located 30 min away from Lyon, under the guidance of the owner. Stop at the private Chateau de Vaurenard where the owners will take you on a tour of their elegant residence. The chateau, built in the 15th century, was exquisitely redecorated.


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Vaurenard is causing the appointment hunting lords of Beaujeu. It features buildings of the seventeenth and eighteenth century. The interior has retained its period furniture with wood paneling, tapestries... Do not miss the house of Baron de Richemont who claimed to be Louis XVII.The neo-Gothic chapel built in 1846 and French gardens designed in the neoclassical style complete the package. Tours of the winery and cellars followed by wine tasting are held throughout the year.


The Châteaux by Hot Air Balloon

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Balloon ride in the Loire Valley over the most famous Châteaux !



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The Châteaux of the Loire Valley never cease to enchant visitors from around the world.

Can you imagine drifting slowly over these architectural masterpieces in a hot air balloon guided by the winds?

The Loire Valley has become our most popular balloon rides bases, where we take off from the Chateau of Chenonceau, Blois, Château of Chaumont, the Chateau of Azey-le-Rideau and Villandry to name but a few.


Musée Bartholdi

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Discover the Bartholdi museum, the creator of the Statue of Liberty. Located in the heart of the old city of Colmar in a vast residence, the museum contains an important collection of the artist's works.

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The house where Auguste Bartholdi (1834 - 1904) was born at the heart of the old town of Colmar, houses a museum dedicated to this emblematic artist. In the rooms spread over 3 stories, models of his monuments from several towns are on display. A special place is reserved for the original models of Bartholdi's masterpieces, the Statue of Liberty in New York and the Lion of Belfort. You can also visit the living quarters with the family's furniture and the artist's personal memorabilia, not forgetting the room with a beautiful collection of Jewish art and another reserved for temporary exhibitions.

Palais du Tau

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The Palais du Tau in Reims is a royal and episcopal residence associated with the coronation of 32 French kings, from the 11th century to Charles X in 1825. Both the palace and the neighbouring cathedral are on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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The Palais du Tau in Reims was the palace of the Archbishop of Reims. It is associated with the kings of France, whose coronation was held in the nearby cathedral of Notre-Dame de Reims. The Palace was the residence of the kings of France before their coronation in Notre-Dame de Reims. The king was dressed for the coronation at the palace before proceeding to the cathedral; afterwards, a banquet was held at the palace. The first recorded coronation banquet was held at the palace in 990, and the most recent in 1825. The palace has housed the Musée de l'Œuvre since 1972, displaying statuary and tapestries from the cathedral, together with reliquaries and other objects associated with the coronation of the French kings. The Palace of Tau, together with the Cathedral of Notre-Dame and the former Abbey of Saint-Remi, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. It attracts around 100,000 visitors each year.

Train Ride to the Mer de Glace

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A 20 minute train ride from Chamonix to reach the world famous glacier de la Mer de Glace. An interesting and beautiful activity for families.

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The Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice) is the largest glacier in France, 7km long and 200m deep and is one of the biggest attractions in the Chamonix Valley. To access the Mer de Glace and the Ice Cave in Chamonix, take the train of the Montenvers from Chamonix town center (Gare du Montenvers).

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