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Stade de France: Behind the Scenes Tour
"Get inside the France largest Stadium! Feel the game atmosphere sitting in place of the spectators and admiring the incredible panorama. As a privileged person visit the private boxes locker room and walk through the same tunnel which players use to access the pitch. Your expert guide will relate you the stadium’s history its unique architecture and the stars who’ve appeared on its manicured pitch.Apart from sporting events the stadium also hosts international shows! The Rolling Stones were the first group to perform at the Stade de France. International stars such as Madonna and ACDC also chose this place for their concerts witnessed by 80 000 spectators each time!End your visit at the Museum
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Private Tour: Loire Valley Castles Day Trip from Paris
"After pickup from your central Paris hotel in an air-conditioned minivan relax on the scenic drive to the Loire Valley in central France. Below are the two sets of castles you can choose to visit on your private tour. Option one: Amboise Chenonceau and Chambord CastlesWith your private guide explore Château d’Amboise in the heart of the beautiful Touraine region. Learn about this fascinating Gothic-Renaissance castle that was favored by French kings and visit the Chapel of St Hubert where the famous Renaissance painter Leonardo da Vinci is buried.Your tour continues to Château de Chenonceau noted for its elegant regal décor that has no doubt helped to make it one of the most popular French châteaux. After touring the castle
From EUR260.00
 
Private Tour: Loire Valley Castles Day Trip from Paris
"After pickup from your central Paris hotel in an air-conditioned minivan relax on the scenic drive to the Loire Valley in central France. Below are the two sets of castles you can choose to visit on your private tour. Option one: Amboise Chenonceau and Chambord CastlesWith your private guide explore Château d’Amboise in the heart of the beautiful Touraine region. Learn about this fascinating Gothic-Renaissance castle that was favored by French kings and visit the Chapel of St Hubert where the famous Renaissance painter Leonardo da Vinci is buried.Your tour continues to Château de Chenonceau noted for its elegant regal décor that has no doubt helped to make it one of the most popular French châteaux. After touring the castle
From EUR260.00

More Restaurants in Nantes

Divine Victorine

It's a nice little creperie near the new hotel Radisson,only fresh products (half of them organics), staff very friendly, the prices are affordable, and the food is delicious.They also cater for...
maria4444
Apr 17, 2013

Wedd Ellis Bar

The Webb Ellis Rugby bar, was a great place for the rugby fans to meet up before the World Cup. The owner made everyone very welcome, with big screens for people to watch the rugby matches being...
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mustertal
Feb 05, 2012

La Piazza d’Italia

We were a group of 5 people looking for something cheap to eat, while walking near the train lines we noticed this italian restaurant and we entered inside although the view outside was really bad due...
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mindcrime
Jul 03, 2011

Brasserie de la Bourse

Oh, how lovely are the French people when they don’t know English! :) We had some funny moments here, it was a morning that we were heading for the wooden elephant but we stopped here for a coffee....
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mindcrime
Jul 03, 2011

Aux delices des Nantais

This could be a tourist trap also, while most of the eating places were closed (it was around 23.00 on a weekday) we decided to eat a kebap on this small Turkish place. It seemed a bit dirty but...
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mindcrime
Jul 03, 2011

DANA

One evening we entered at DANA, a tiny bar/brasserie for a glass of wine. There is some space inside, a big table at the back room (pic 3) but also some space outside, 2 tables actually (pic 2) if you...
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mindcrime
Jul 03, 2011
 
 
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La Tartirerie

Walking around the old city (the city center anyway) were stopped here for something light to eat. We liked the tables outside anyway, it was great spot to see the people passing by without having to...
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mindcrime
Jul 03, 2011

Cafe Le Pilori

A really lovely little place to sit and have a coffee or a beer. There are a group of tables outside, with waiter service, and it's nice to relax and watch the world go by. The drinks are a little...
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illumina
Jan 31, 2010

La Cigale

Extraordinary beautifull restaurant, but ofcourse a bit expensive :)VERYY suitable for romanitc dinner (dimmed light, nice music ...)Food is amazingg specially Fish and Service is excellent. No one...
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napparawy
Sep 24, 2009

Creperie Pommier Laprugne

A very great and familial ambiance in this french food restaurant, galettes and crepes are delicious. We feel good in this creperie near the CHU and the Commerce Place Specialities of the chef Carole...
gateau100miet
Feb 06, 2008

La Cigale

The ambience here is all important. You are surrounded by Art Nouveau architecture of the highest standard. The food and service matches the ambience. We had the set price menu which is the same price...
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Maidstoneman
Sep 17, 2007

Un coin en ville

Went twice to this restaurant recently and twice I have been very satisfied. Un coin en ville proposes great food in a nice decorated place. The decoration is very intimist so it is a great place to...
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chess_machine
Mar 22, 2007

Pomme D’Or

Dinner was fantastic- 3 courses- couldn’t bring myself to do both frommages et desserts. However, when I go back, I will make sure not to eat ALL DAY in preparation, as it was more than worth it. The...
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nycwinnie
Dec 03, 2006

Les pieds dans le plat

Les Pieds dans le Plat is situated Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, where you will find several other restaurants. To my opinon, it is one of the best restaurant in Nantes. Food is very good, great product,...
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chess_machine
Sep 13, 2006

Top Hotels in Nantes

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24 rue Crébillon, Nantes, Pays de la Loire, 44000, France
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2, Rue Boileau, Nantes, Pays de la Loire, 44000, France
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4 Rue du Couedic, Nantes, Pays de la Loire, 44000, France
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1 Boulevard des Martyrs Nantais, Nantes, Pays de la Loire, 44200, France
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23 Rue Du Chemin Rouge, Nantes, 44300, France
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10 place Viarme, Nantes, Pays de la Loire, 44000, France
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Top Things to Do in Nantes

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La Cathedrale Saint-Pierre et Saint-Paul de Nantes

The cathedral of Nantes is one of the 2 main sites that tourists visit while visiting the city. It’s a nice gothic roman catholic cathedral that is dedicated to St.Peter and St.Paul. It was completed...
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Bouffay - The Old City

Place du Bouffay is the pedestrian area between the castle and the place du Commerce. It’s the old part of the city, actually the ancient medieval quarter of Nantes, not really old (I mean not much to...
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Les Machines De L'Isle De Nantes

The “Machines of the Isle of Nantes” is a weird exhition of huge mechanical animals! I’ve read on VT that is a must see attraction when in Nantes so we did went there. It took us some time to find the...
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Chateau Des Ducs De Bretagne

The second important site for a tourist in Nantes is the Chateau Des Ducs De Bretagne. According to the official site "Built on the banks of the Loire, the castle is both a military fortress and a...
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Opera Graslin

Walking along rue de Voltaire we saw several stores around, some nice buildings (pic 1) but the most impressive was L’Opera Graslin (pics 2-3 ). It was built at the end of 18th century (1788) by...
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Passage Pommeraye

This place is a JEWEL of Art Nouveau. Passage Pommeray is a place that sets some shops. Passage in english could be translated as "path" but its more than that. Sure, it links to streets: rue...
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"A surprising city"
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mindcrime

"Venice of the West (without tourists)"
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"Get away from the tourists & visit Nantes!"
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"sandravdp's new Nantes Page"
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"The Largest City in the Pays de la Loire"
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