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5,465 properties in Paris

Welcome to Paris

A symbol of love and the most visited city in the world, beautiful Paris has it all! The romantic cafés of Montparnasse, lively bistros of the Latin Quarter and high-fashion luxury stores of Champs-Élysées are just waiting to be discovered.

What Travelers Love About Paris

  • Museums

    116,439 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    96,388 recommendations

  • Culture

    90,686 recommendations

  • Monuments

    86,963 recommendations


1,711 properties in Nice

Welcome to Nice

Since Queen Victoria made this her favorite vacation destination in the 19th century, everyone has been heading south to discover what is so nice. Nice doesn't disappoint.

What Travelers Love About Nice

  • Old Town

    16,902 recommendations

  • Beaches

    16,901 recommendations

  • Promenades

    15,269 recommendations

  • Restaurants

    11,934 recommendations


38 properties in Roissy

What Travelers Love About Roissy

  • Convenient Public Transportation

    5,169 recommendations

  • Tranquillity

    3,021 recommendations

  • Business

    2,685 recommendations

  • Cleanliness

    2,589 recommendations


610 properties in Lyon

Welcome to Lyon

Lyon is a gastronomic center with a pretty architectural facade ranging from antiquity to modern day. Place Bellecour is centrally located between the Saône and Rhône Rivers in the 2nd arrondissement and opens out into major shopping streets.

What Travelers Love About Lyon

  • Old Town

    21,219 recommendations

  • Gourmet Food

    16,762 recommendations

  • Food

    12,930 recommendations

  • City Walks

    12,921 recommendations

Best places to see in France

Jacobin Church
This 13th-century church is a Gothic jewel, and its palm tree-esque ceiling is the crowning achievement. Crane your head back to see how a single, slender pillar props up the chapel roof above the altar. Linger on the star-shaped rib vaults that sprout out like branches. What a pity that no one knows who dreamt up this wondrous design.
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The Pompidou Centre (National Museum of Modern Art)
This space-age building is definitely a pomp-a-do, not a pomp-a-don't. Former French President, Georges Pompidou, had this controversial building built in the 1960s. Love it or hate it, it's France's premier modern art gallery. Dali, Munch, Lucian Freud and Roy Lichtenstein have all adorned the walls (and spaces) in the past five years alone.
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Le Pont Couvert (The Covered Bridges)
This series of bridges – one long and three small – make up the historic ramparts of the city. Canons and heavy artillery once protruded from the lower part of the bridge, used to protect the city from 14th century Prussian Invaders. These days, the bridges are the canvas for a series of twinkling lights that turn on at dusk, and the scene of romantic evening strolls.
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The Barrage Vauban
"The Bridges of Strasbourg County". Enter from the street, and you’ll have found a languid way to cross the River Ill. View it from a distance, and you’ll notice the details – like its tiny windows and graceful arches. The arches beneath the bridge conceal a series of sophisticated sluice gates. Once the gates rose, water flooded in to protect the city from invading forces.
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Notre Dame de Paris
Victor Hugo's Quasimodo might not be lurking in the shadows, but that doesn't mean you can't! Explore every nook of this enormous cathedral, including the 13th-century organ. Head up the north tower to fully appreciate the impressive masonry, or admire it from outside – the stone gargoyles look like they're about to swoop down and grab your sandwich, so watch out!
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Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg)
Vibrant and eclectic. One of France’s largest collections walks you through the major artistic movements of the 20th century, from Impressionism to Art Nouveau and New Realism. The works on display are mainly European and include the usual suspects: Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Camille Pissarro. Enjoy the on-site café or head to the roof for the stunning views.
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