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Chartres is among the most famous cities in France and Europe.
Chartres is only one hour drive from Paris. Take the expressways A10/A11, Chartres is at 88km (55 miles) from the Capital. Or you prefer taking the train from Montparnasse train Station. It takes around one hour.
We visit Chartres for its magnificent Gothic Cathedral with its stained-glass known worldwide. The city is unique for narrow streets.
The Cathedrale de Chartres. Go for a tour with a guide. You'll learn a lot about the history. Be here for the event Chartres en lumiere (Festival of Lights) between April to September.
Maison Picassiette 20 rue du Repos. Raymond Isodore spent 30 years to build his house with pieces of glass and dishes.
Musee des Beaux-Arts (Fine Art Museum) 29 Cloitre Notre-Dame Beautiful 18th century building just behind the Cathedral.
Restaurant Le Pichet 19 Rue Cheval Blanc. Warm ambiance this restaurant is very close to the Cathedral.
La Vieille Maison 5 rue au Lait. It's an old 14th century house. Offering Regional specialties.
Moulin de Ponceau 21 rue de la Tannerie. 16th century watermill offers French specialties.
Le Parvis Hotel 5 Rue du Cheval Blanc. This charming hotel has a fantastic location near the Cathedral. Every Friday and Saturday, there are concerts of jazz in the cellar.
Hotel Best Western Grand Monarque 22 Place des Epars. One of the fantastic hotels Chartres France, luxurious and comfortable. A short walk 8 minutes to the Cathedral.
Hotel Chatelet 6 et 8 avenue Jehan-de-Beauce. Double bedroom. In the heart of the city just closed to the Cathedral. Classified as a World Heritage Site.
Chateau d'Esclimont 2 rue du Chateau d'Esclimont, St-Symphorien-le-Chateau. XVI century castle in a park of 60 hectares. One of the most beautiful chateaux-hotels in France. Reservation essential. Look for promotion online. Only 25 km from Chartres by the N10 (Nationale 10).
Arc de Triomphe
Bois de Vincennes
Bois de Boulogne
Jardin du Luxembourg
Philharmonie de Paris