Ile de France, travel and what to visit in the French region

With a unique heritage of the French region Ile de France evokes immediately travel to Paris, the capital of France known and appreciated worldwide.

Guide Ile de France

But in the Ile de France outside Paris are also many other treasures including majestic castles, parks and gardens, the city of kings, ancient abbeys, forests and streams ideal for sports, wildlife parks with a rich gastronomy recipes of French cuisine.

La Défense is a modern neighborhood located west of Paris, known as the business center of defense and including modern towers and a huge arc called the Grande Arche. In Saint Denis is the Gothic basilica, where are buried the kings of France, and the flea market of Saint Ouen.

Seine et Marne, Seine and Marne in Italian, is the largest department of the Ile de France and is famous for the typical cheese, Brie de Meaux, in addition to the castles, including Fontainebleau, and the famous theme park Disneyland Paris. Visit the Forest of Fontainebleau, indicated for outdoor enthusiasts, the valley of the Grand Morin, who were inspired by the Impressionist painters, the medieval town of Provins, Moret sur ​​Loing and Meaux.

A Marne la Vallee is Disneiland Paris, the famous Parisian playground. Val d’Oise is a department which is located in the north of Paris, located along the Seine, and crossed by the river Oise, includes the Vexin français and ‘Oise Pays de France, two major regional parks.

Do not miss typical villages as well as castles and museums, outdoor sports can be practiced on land and in water.