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Visit and tour Paris, the capital of France, and spend three nights there altogether - two at the beginning and one at the end.
Spend four nights in the Loire Valley, the garden of France.
From 1682, when King Louis XIV moved from Paris, until the royal family was forced to return to the capital in 1789, the Court of Versailles was the centre of power in France.
Spend several hours visiting the Palace of Palaces and the famous gardens with the fountains.
It remains a corner of paradise, with its dream-like palaces, elegant towns, quiet landscapes and majestic rivers.There are also lower-cost castles, some of which are in the B&B, guesthouse or farmhouse category. Whether you want a luxury hotel or a more rustic and medieval-style experience there is bound to be an Irish castle just right for your dreams. Some Irish self-catering castles come with staff so inquire when booking. In the afternoon we go up to the second floor of the EIFFEL TOWER for majestic views.This tower, built for the 1889 World's Fair, is one of the most recognizable structures in the world and is the most visited paid monument anywhere. We leave Paris this morning to visit nearby FONTAINEBLEAU.Your dream can come true by staying in a castle hotel in Ireland. Most of the castle hotels in Ireland are posh and expensive, but for one night's splurge it might just be worth the cost. From its ancient castles to its rolling landscapes and blaring bagpipes, Scotland is undeniably intriguing.We handpick every hotel to strike the balance of comfort, location, and local charm.The original castle dates back to the 14th century and was rebuilt by the Earl of Ma Cartney in the 18th Century in a romantic gothic style, however it was partially destroyed by an accidental explosion in 1847.The adjoining stables and coach house have been lavishly converted and restored into two main reception rooms divided by an entrance hall with the fully furnished Macartney Room on one side with an open fire and fully licensed bar, and the dining room on the other side which also has an open fire.