Arrive at the port of Le Havre situated in the Normandie Region of France on the mouth of the river Seine, located on the English Channel. Points of interest are the Musee Museum containing an extensive collection of over 200 impressionist paintings and the 16th century Cathedral the oldest of the very few buildings located in central Le Havre. Leave the coast and travel to Paris.
Paris the capital of France situated on the river Seine where some of the many landmarks and monuments can be viewed, with its neo classic stone buildings. Stroll around the city to get the best advantage points and visit the historic delights to be found.
The Place De La Bastille Square is where you can view the Jolly Column and 12th century opera house, Opera Bastille plus the a boat basin marina with many beautiful boats, called Basin Pe De I Arsenal a great area to take a stroll.
The Place De La Concorde Square is where you view the numerous elegant buildings and Concorde fountains. Stroll down the avenue known as Champs Elysees the famous street lined with horse chestnut trees with several monuments and luxury speciality shops and eateries. At the west end can be found the famous Arc De Triomphe on the banks of the river Seine.
Visit the Aristocratic District of Le Ma Rais which hosts array of streets full of many outstanding historical and architectural 13th century buildings. Walk around to find the buildings with statues as decoration set in courtyards some known as Hotel De Sens, Guenegaud, Sully Garton and Soubise plus churches in the medieval era
Explore the 1793 Louvre Museum and Historic Monument, a central Paris landmark on the river Seine containing a collection and exhibits of artworks with the famous Mona Lisa and Venus De Milo plus many more.
Explore the famous Eiffel Tower located on the Chap De Mars an iron lattice tower built in 1889. Climb the stairs or take lift to the observation decks best done at night to see the lights of the city just amazing.