The Reporters Memorial in Bayeux is an avenue of white rememberance slabs of stone, each seven feet high, and each recording the names of reporters who were killed reporting conflict.
The Notre-Dame Cathedral in the centre of Bayeux was built in 1077 and was the original home of the Bayeux Tapestry. It is known as Cathedral of Our Lady of Bayeux.
Bayeux is a picturesque medieval village in Western France, largely unscared by past conflicts, but with a unique connection to the past.
The Musée du Louvre is not the only star of the Tuileries Quarter.
Burial place of many famous people, the Cimetière de Montmartre is an evocative, indeed atmospheric, place
The Marché aux Fleurs on Isle de la Cité is one of the last remaining flower markets in Paris.
Once part of a palace, the Conciergerie housed over 4000 prisoners at the height of the French Revolution.
The inside-out building – a taste of modern for Paris. Home to the Musee National d’Art Moderne.
A favourite place for Parisians and tourists to rest awhile from busy life.
Completed in 1790, The Pantheon is a monument to the great of France.