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Auvers sur Oise is a beautiful village to discover in the footsteps of one of the world’s most iconic painter, Vincent van Gogh.

The Van Gogh’s village has intact landscapes and charming little houses with orange roofs of his paintings. The visit to the Ravoux inn, where he stayed and died immerses us in a really special atmosphere. Very emotional, the village’s walking tour continues from the famous Church immortalized by the artist, in the melancholy wheat fields to the cemetery where he rests next to his brother. The House of Doctor Gachet is also a nugget of the village.


The city of painters, Honfleur seduces with its unique atmosphere and its crazy charm. The old fishing port has preserved the richness of its history, its authenticity. Honfleur enchants with its cobbled streets, its half-timbered facades, its small shops, its cultural and artistic heritage.

Here, the landscapes and the particular light have inspired many painters like Corot, Boudin, Cals, Monet.

a castle on a cloudy day
a large body of water surrounded by trees


On the banks of the Seine, Claude Monet discovered Giverny and settled there from 1883 to his death in 1926. Today we discover his home, his studios and the unique gardens he built. These inspirations have given birth to many masterpieces by the artist.

World famous, we marvel at the reflections on the water lily pond, the Japanese bridge, the iris flowerbed, the arches of the roses garden. In the village, the Museum of Impressionism pays tribute to  impressionist movement and its influences.


Perched on a rocky islet, the “Wonder of the West” and its magnificent bay are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites

This medieval architectural wonder of the western world, a place of pilgrimage, dominates the surrounding landscape. Its bay offers the natural spectacle of the largest tides in Europe.

a castle with a clock tower in front of Mont Saint Michel Abbey
a large clock tower on a cloudy day with Eiffel Tower in the background


Paris, City of Lights, City of Lovers, Fashion capital…The city is not lacking nicknames to boast its charm, its traditions and its incredible monuments.

These experiences have the heavy responsibility of making the postcard even more memorable: guided tours, excursions, guided visit, walking tours.

Enjoy the must see sites with our high services approach and discover the secrets of this charming city.


Rouen is one of the most beautiful cities in Normandy. Welcome to the “City of 100 bell towers”. Famous for its cobbled streets, its half-timbered houses and its sumptuous Gothic cathedral painted by Claude Monet

A veritable museum town, the historic heart of the city is incredibly rich in architecture over the centuries. Rouen was also the scene of the martyrdom of Joan of Arc condemned and then burned in 1431.

an old stone building
a large building with a clock on a table


The Palace of Versailles, since the 17th century, has been successively a hunting lodge, a place of exercise of power and from the 19th century a museum. It is one of the most illustrious monuments of world heritage: the royal apartments, the Hall of Mirrors, the Chapel, the Royal Opera and the Museum of the History of France.

The gardens, organized in groves, are adorned with statues and fountains, flowerbeds and exceptional buildings: Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon, Temple of Love, Hamlet of Queen Marie Antoinette.


The Normandy coast is world-known for the role it played on June 6, 1944, when the Allied troops crossed the Nazi defenses to liberate occupied France and change the course of the Second World War.

The Allies launched simultaneous landings of American, British, Canadian and French forces on five separate beaches along this part of the Normandy coast which were specifically codenamed Sword, Juno, Gold, Omaha and Utah.

On June 6, 1944, these beaches made history by becoming the largest battlefield of all time.

a stone bench
a large waterfall over a body of water


Etretat is one of the most beautiful views of the Alabaster Coast. This romantic village owes its reputation to its extraordinary chalk cliffs, its pebble beach and its emerald sea.

Formerly a small fishing village, Étretat became a renowned seaside resort in the 19th century, which inspired many painters. Writers also contributed to its myth.