Related videos Sponsored videos Things to see Read more © Sanaa/ Imrey Culbert/ Mosbach Paysagiste Rendez-vous at Louvre-Lens Museum The Louvre museum has come to Lens in Nord-Pas-de-Calais in its complete richness and diversity. A place dedicated to culture for everybody. Read more © W. Beaucardet Rendez-vous at the Philharmonie de Paris More than a concert hall, the Philharmonie is a place where music comes to life. Read more © OTCP/Daniel Thierry The Sacred Heart - Le Sacré-Coeur Perched on a hill to the north of Paris, the basilica dominates the skyline of Montmartre with its white dome. Read more © Paris Tourist Office - Photographer : Marc Bertrand Le Moulin Rouge: the World’s Biggest Cabaret. Put on your finest and dine at the Moulin Rouge – a unique cabaret show and fine-dining in the heart of Paris await. Read more © AFP PHOTO/BERTRAND GUAY Fondation Louis Vuitton – contemporary art in central Paris Louis Vuitton Foundation in central Paris is a must for contemporary art, and a masterpiece of architecture in itself. Read more © CRT Paris/Gilles Targat The Arc de Triomphe Explore the Arc de Triomphe and its roof terrace for impressive views of Paris – commemorate those who have fallen in combat Read more © Atout France / Phovoir Grand Palais National Galleries Explore the varied collections of the Grand Palais galleries; from fine art to contemporary works, via science Read more © Flickr - CC - Manuel The Louvre Museum A must-see museum - majestic, magnificent, magical. The biggest museum in Europe, the Louvre has not always been a wonderful museum visited by nearly 9 million visitors each year. Read more © OTCP/David Lefranc The Quai Branly Museum Innovative museum of non-western civilisations, the Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac Museum offers visitors a different perspective of Paris. Read more © V.Castro/SipaPress/CRT PIdF Orsay Museum Initially designed ans destined to be a central train station, Orsay has been converted into a a museum of art in the 80's. Read more © E.Livinec / SETE The Eiffel Tower A look into the story behind France’s and Paris’s most emblematic monument – a must-see attraction on a Paris trip Read more © Gilles Targat / CRT PIdF The Centre Pompidou Explore the world of contemporary and modern art at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, which also offers a green space in the city centre. Read more © ViaFrance Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral Over 800 years old, Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral stands proudly at the city’s centre with its famous rose windows, towers, gargoyles. Read more © Manuel Cohen /MNHN Rendez-vous at Paris Zoological Park (Zoo de Vincennes) Paris Zoological Park will take you on a journey around the world. Read more © Disney - all rights reserved Rendez-vous at Disneyland® Paris Disneyland Paris is a theme park straight out of Walt Disney's imagination. Calendar Read more © D.R Historial de la Grande Guerre Péronne From January 01, 2014 to December 31, 2018 The Museum of the Great War is developing its collections according to advance of the latest historical research. Point of interest Read more © AS Flament, création Skertzò pour Amiens Métropole Rendez-vous in Amiens Surprise yourself with a weekend spent discovering the many faces of the capital of Picardy! Read more © Jean-Pierre Delagarde / Centre des monuments nationaux Rendez-vous at the Towers of Amiens Cathedral Amiens Notre-Dame Cathedral remains the largest Gothic construction in France. Access to the towers offers a superb view of the 112.7 meters spire, and over the city of Amiens. Read more © ADRT80/Nicolas Bryant Rendez-vous at National Australian Memorial The immense Australian Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux, inaugurated in 1938, (the site each year of the commemoration of Anzac Day) reflect the vital contribution of the Australian troops. Read more © Didier Cry Rendez-vous at Franco-Australian Museum Created by the Franco-Australian Association, the Franco-Australian Museum, unveiled the April 25 th 1975, is located on the first floor of the Victoria School. Read more © ADRT80/Nicolas Bryant Rendez-vous au Somme 1916 Museum The Somme 1916 Museum in Albert occupies what was originally the crypt beneath the basilica, used as aircraft shelters in the world war 2. Alcoves show scenes of soldiers life... Read more © APPEVA Rendez-vous au Little Train of the Upper Somme The "P'tit train de la Haute Somme" is the last remaining section of a large military network built during First World War. The site is situated right in the zone of the Battle of the Somme. Read more © ADRT80/Nicolas Bryant Rendez-vous au Newfoundland Memorial Newfoundland was, at the time of the Great War, a British Dominion and like other Commonwealth countries raised an army of volunteers for the war effort. Read more © ADRT80 Rendez-vous au Lochnagar Crater In La Boisselle, a vast and impressive crater in open farm-land, left by a tremendous explosion in the opening moments of the Battle of the Somme on 1 July 1916. Read more © Nicolas Bryant Rendez-vous at the Ulster Tower The Ulster Tower is the memorial both to the Irish of the Battle of the Somme and to all Ulstermen who died in the Great War, on the Somme battlefieds. Read more © ADRT80/Aérophotostudio Rendez-vous at the Franco-British Memorial Thiepval has the great Memorial to the Missing. This imposing monument commemorates the 72 205 Bristish and South African men who fell between July 1915 and March 1918. Read more © Somme tourisme/Nicolas Bryant Rendez-vous sur battlefields sites of Pozières The Battle of Pozières is remembered for the role played by the ANZAC forces : Memorial to the 1st and 2nd Australian Division... It was also the first front to see the use of tanks... Read more © ADRT80/Nicolas Bryant Rendez-vous at South African National Memorial and Museum The South African Memorial and Museum, Cemetery and Visitor Centre in Longueval, commemorate the intense action of the South African Troops in Delville Wood. Read more © S.Dhote Rendez-vous at Monchy Newfoundland Memorial - Monchy-le-Preux The Caribou of the Newfoundland Regiment Read more © ARDT80/Nicolas Bryant Rendez-vous at the Museum of the Great War The Museum of the Great War in Péronne is the essential museum about the First World War and the obliged stage on the Circuit of Remembrance. Read more © Nicolas Bryant Rendez-vous à "Souvenir Français" Chapel of Remembrance The chapel of the "Souvenir français" in Rancourt symbolises the memory of the French soldiers who fought there. The cemetery is the largest French war cemetery in Somme.