Ilè-de-France is not only an administrative region, but it’s also a treasure house to all the gems of Paris. The literal name means “Island of France” and most probably refers to the area between the rivers Oise, Marne, and The Seine. Another possible version is the Frankish language term “Liddle Franke”, which means “Little France”.

Ilè- de-France can be counted as one of the most visited parts of the world. And why not? It is home to famous Disneyland and Chateau Versailles, too, one of the most visited destinations in the world. This is what the area around Paris is known as. It doesn’t just have gorgeous landmarks, but it is also rich in natural landscapes.

You can hire a car to get around, but you should be aware of traffic. Bicycles are a good option if you want to find a way to enjoy the scenery. Trains can take you to famous locations, as well. Keep in mind that you can buy a daily ticket and it will cost you less. Metros are also a fast and comfortable mean of transport.

You can check in at the famous Eiffel Tower or Arc de Triomphe. Paris has a plethora of luxury hotels. Ilè- de- France is the tourist area which has loads of hotels in places like the Latin Quarter, Opera Bastille and Place d’ Italie.

Other than Disneyland, which is the main attraction around this part of the country, you can visit Paris Fountains, Eiffel Tower, Palais Royal, Place Concorde, Seine River. Cities like Versailles host the elegant Chateau Versailles, which is an important landmark in France.

Chateaufort, Marne-la-Vallee, Fontainebleau, and Eragny are regions around Paris. They all form this gorgeous region. Keep in mind that this is also a popular spot for camping. You can have a wonderful time with your family, camping with the scenic backdrop of Paris.

December 10, 2016 5:07 pm Published by

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