Celebrate Normandy - See it in IMAX 3D and Enter for Your Chance to Win a Trip! Celebrate Normandy - See it in IMAX 3D and Enter for Your Chance to Win a Trip! Caen fr Things to see Read more © Wikimedia Commons / Flickr Visit St-Malo Proud of its rich history, this renowned coastal resort is a resolutely modern town which is always looking towards the future… Read more © AFP PHOTO/BERTRAND GUAY Visit the Fondation Louis Vuitton The Fondation Louis Vuitton is a private cultural initiative dedicated to art and artists. Its cloud-shaped glass building floats above the northern edge of the Bois de Boulogne in Paris. Read more © Atout France/Franck Charel The Arc de Triomphe, Honoring the Grande Armée in Paris Explore the Arc de Triomphe and its roof terrace for impressive views of Paris – commemorate those who have fallen in combat Read more © E.Livinec / SETE The Eiffel Tower A look into the story behind France’s and Paris’s most emblematic monument – a must-see attraction on a Paris trip Read more © OTCP/David Lefranc The Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac in Paris An innovative museum dedicated to non-Western civilisations, the Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac offers visitors a different perspective of Paris. Read more © Atout France / Phovoir Grand Palais National Galleries Explore the varied collections of the Grand Palais galleries; from fine art to contemporary works, via science Read more © Moulin Rouge® The Moulin Rouge, Largest Cabaret in the World The world-renowned Moulin Rouge was founded in 1889 in Paris. Two centuries later, party-goers around the world dream of reliving La Belle Époque. Why not join in? Read more The Orsay, from a Train Station to a Museum Initially designed ans destined to be a central train station, Orsay was converted into an art museum in the 1980s. Read more © Flickr - CC - Manuel The Louvre Museum A must-see museum - majestic, magnificent, magical. The biggest museum in Europe, the Louvre has not always been a wonderful museum visited by nearly 9 million visitors each year. Read more © OTCP/Daniel Thierry Paris: Sacré-Coeur Basilica Perched on a hill to the north of Paris, the basilica dominates the skyline of Montmartre with its white dome. Read more © Centre des monuments nationaux. J.M. Charles Visit the Arc de Triomphe A unique view of the Champs-Élysées, the world’s most beautiful avenue. Read more © ViaFrance Visit the Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral Majestic bell towers, sky-scraping steeple and flying butresses, stained glass windows and great organ: Notre-Dame is one of the most fascinating buildings in Paris. Read more © Gilles Targat / CRT PIdF The Centre Pompidou Explore the world of contemporary and modern art at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, which also offers a green space in the city centre. Point of interest Read more © Calvados Tourism Visit the Caen Memorial in Normandy The Caen Memorial will immerse you in 20th century history, from World War II to the Cold War. Read more © All rights reserved Ardenne Abbey The Abbaye d'Ardenne was the scene of a dark page in history of D-Day. Read more © Juno Beach Centre The Juno Beach Sector in Courseulles-sur-Mer, Normandy The name Juno Beach signifies some of the Canadian force's greatest sacrifice in the name of the Liberation of France. Read more © Lesley Williamson Arromanches 360 Museum Experience the Battle of Normandy as if you were really there at the Arromanches 360 Circular Cinema. Read more © Lesley Williamson Visit the Arromanches D-Day Museum Experience the Battle of Normandy as if you were really there at the Arromanches 360 Circular Cinema. Read more Normandy: Bayeux War Cemetery and Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum The Bayeux War Cemetery is the largest World War II Commonwealth cemetery in France Read more Visit Deauville Built upon a few acres of marshland and dunes 150 years ago, Deauville is today one of the most memorable seaside resort and business tourism place of its area. Read more © Ville de Deauville Visit Deauville, the Star Destination Built upon a few acres of marshland and dunes 150 years ago, Deauville is today one of the most memorable seaside resort and business tourism place of its area. Read more © KPWD / Deauville tourisme Deauville, the Kingdom of Horses Deauville: beaches stretching on as far as the eye can see, an unforgettable walk on the Planches, its famous American Film Festival, and famous establishments. But the city is also known as a foremost destination for horses and racetracks! Read more © Golf Barrière de Deauville Barrière Golf Course in Deauville Found on Mount Canisy, 4km from Deauville, this golf course overlooks the town and offers a stunning, unique view of the sea and surrounding countryside of Normandy. Read more © CalvadosTourisme - A Le Goff Normandy: Visit the Omaha Beach American Cemetery & Memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer Located between Arromanches and Grandcamp Maisy, on the Normandy coast, the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a haven of peace which encourages contemplation. Read more © Lucien Barrière Barrière Golf Course in Saint-Julien Here is a golf course designed in the best of British tradition. Two winding courses at the mercy of lake water-hazards, and lifted by the soft hills of the wooded countryside. Read more © OT Lisieux Visit Lisieux Since the early twentieth century, Lisieux has been famous all over the world thanks to Saint Thérèse. Read more © Parc zoologique Cerza Normandy: the Cerza Zoological Park In the heart of Normandy, embark on a journey to discover more than 1,500 wild animals from all four corners of the planet at the magnificent Cerza Park Zoo. A tour of the animal kingdom for all ages! Read more © Fabrice Moley / OTAH Visit Le Havre Le Havre does not stop innovating and being renewed, offering a wide choice of activities: water sports, seaside, terraced gardens and shoppping.