The symbol of France, and until 1929, the tallest structure in the world, until it was surpassed by The Chrysler Building.
Today a castle, Mont Saint Michel started out as a monastery, and not as a defensive structure, like other castles.
This is without a doubt one of the most remarkable Renaissance castles in France. Everyone agrees that it is the most impressive and majestic.
Notre Dame Cathedral is considered one of the best examples of French Gothic architecture in Europe.
A masterpiece from Roman times, this stone bridge in southern France is a must see for tourists.
Close to Paris, the castle and its garden are an oasis for anyone looking to relax and take a walk on the alleys.
Overlooking the Loire river, settled on a limestone cliff, Chateaudun Castle offers an incredible view of about thirty kilometers.
Just a two hour ride from Paris, on the Loire Valley, this fairy tale castle awaits its visitors.
Rising from the moat, with pointed towers and a drawbridge, this castle looks like it just got out of a story book.
A great example of French architecture, with an 18,000 square meters gallery, making it the largest history museum in the world.