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The Pays de la Loire region is one of the 27 regions on the territory of France and it was created at the end of the 20th century in order to establish an influent administrative zone and support the city of Nantes that became its capital. The Pays de la Loire is an incredibly beautiful region that expresses its history and culture. More than that, it is privileged by the naturally beautiful places and sights that include impeccable beaches, crystal clear waters, green hills and outstanding rocks. Nantes, Angers, Les-Sables-d’Olonne, Le Mans, Saumur and La-Baule-Escoublac are the most important cities in the region.
The tourism is extremely well developed here and the tourists have the opportunity to visit many historical provinces such as Anjou, Maine, Poitou, Perche or Touraine. Nantes, the capital of the region of Pays de la Loire has many touristic attractions to offer and the travellers will find the stay in this thrilling city quite filled with amusement. From a cultural point of view, the Chateu des Ducs de Bretagne, the Saint-Pierre et Saint-Paul Cathedral, the Chateau de Goulaine, the Saint Croix Eglise and the Hab Galerie are just a few of the places that are worth visiting at least once in a lifetime.
The historical heritage is exposed in many of the museums in this city, such as the Museum of Natural History of Nantes, Le Maille-Breze, the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Nantes, the Museum Jules Verne and many more. Nantes is an amazing place to visit for those who enjoy the outdoor activities, too. The Jardin des Plantes, les Machines de L’Ile, the parc of Proce and the Japanese Gardens will provide the tourists with a unique experience where the colour of green will prime. Angers, the second most important cities in this region, is situated 300 km away from Paris and used to be the capital of Anjou. The cultural life here is rich and the tourism is well developed, so the tourists who will visit this area will be pleased to see the wonderful parks and visit the traditional villages of Angers.
The main attractions in this area are the Chateau de Brissac, which is the tallest castle in the entire France, the Castle of Angers, the Musee Lurcat, the Serrant Castle, the Collegiale Saint-Martin, the Museum of Beautiful Arts, the St-Maurice Cathedral and many more important, ancient constructions that still have a great significance. The city of Angers offers its tourists very nice tours in the local distillery where the famous drink Cointreau is produced. Also, the active tourists can discover new places with the Little Train or in the Parc Anjou Adventure. The nightlife is enjoyable and the places like L’Angevine, Les Berthom, K9 or La Plage Café Club will entertain both the locals and the tourists.
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