Giverny is a small town or village located at about 65 miles from Paris, in the Normandy region of France. Although there are other transportation methods available, the easiest way to access this area is by train, an hour from Paris and about 10 minutes from Vernon.
There are several train combinations which would take travelers from many different points to Vernon, and once they reach that spot, they just need to take a local bus or a taxi from it to Giverny.
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Versailles is a French town of such an historic interest that attracts as much as 30.000 visitors per day. This town is located towards the southwest of Paris, at a distance of about 10 miles from it, and therefore can be easily accessed while being in the area. There are train lines and buses which might take visitors from Paris to Versailles at several different times of the day.
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Chartres is a famous French town world wide known by its amazing Notre Dame de Chartres Cathedral and its music festivals among other attractions. The Cathedral is one of the most incredible Gothic buildings of the entire world, and an example of Gothic architecture, sculpture and ornaments.
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St. Denis is the French area home of the famous Stade de France or French stadium. This area is a department or quarter adjacent to Paris, located at the northeast side of this city, and although it offers other interesting things to meet, the stadium is its main attraction.
This neighborhood is at a short distance from the center of Paris and it is very easy to reach it while being at this area of France.
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Disneyland Paris is an entertainment resort located in Marne la Vallée about 30 kilometers from Paris. This place is one of the most visited spots of France, not only by children but by adults as well. It is a complex resort, which counts with several different attractions and areas besides the park itself.
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Beauvais is a French town located between Amiens and Paris, at about 60 km south of Amiens. This area is characterized by offering a typical agricultural landscape without many tourism attractive buildings (besides the Cathédrale St. Pierre) or elements, although this typical French countryside appearance might be an attraction at its own way.
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