Mantes-la-Jolie in France, from Europe region, is best know for Points of Interest & Landmarks. Discover best things to do in Mantes-la-Jolie with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 62 reviews
The 12th century was great for many forgotten things but in building cathedrals they excelled beyond comparison. In fact Reading the informative notes, i deduce that the vault hight in the choir was considered the 'skyscraper' of its day, at 157 feet.... and was the climax in France's upwardly aspiring Gothic architecture . Its easy to ogle the sculptures of past monarchies outside and inside there is a plethora of sinners and saints. While the crowds seemed excessive, i found just standing still near a solid pillar, better to appreciate the colour and soaring elements
3.5 based on 7 reviews
When I was an intern in La Defense in Paris I joined this gym handing them my internship papers and another intern and I said to them we only wanted to join the gym for the duration of our internships - which was until June. There was a mady and a man there when we joined who assured us that we would only be charged until June of 2013 and then that would be the end of the contract automatically.
Now 2 years later, I find that they have not only not cancelled the contract, but that I was supposed to send them a regstered letter to cancel it. It's a common practice for these gyms to lie to expat clients and students, and this is one of the worst. That is the preoblem with discounted gyms - you get what you pay for! They are no better than capetbaggers or used car salesmen in the 80s.
4 based on 358 reviews
Despite inside the castle there are less items/forniture than in other Castles, this building was built surrounding another medieval castle. In fact the so called "donjon" was built in medieval era on top of a cliff (falaise) and after during the Renaissance period it was built and renovated during the years the castle around the "donjon". During the WWII this castle was the headquarter of feldmarschal Rommel. The castle was freed in Aug 1944 by the USA troops. This castle has a nice view of the Senna River. Parking free but at around 400 m from the castle's entrance. Be aware that there are a lot of steps, including more than 250 to reach the "donjon" form the top of the first castle.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Handmade chocolates (you can see them upstairs making the goodies) and very friendly people. Family run. Mrs. Colas has a hot chocolate dispenser going all the time in cold weather for free hot chocolate.
5 based on 11 reviews
un très bel endroit cosy et classe. l'accueil est au top et au petit soin. les formules proposées sont parfaites. j'ai adoré le choix des gommages ainsi le soin de la tête. les odeurs, la décos, la température de l'eau, tout est au top.
3 based on 12 reviews
Parcours techniquement bien dessiné mais à l'entretien très moyen. Les départs sont bombés, les greens sont très mauvais. Il y à bien mieux dans la région... Sensible amélioration du sable des bunkers et nettoyable des abords. Par contre restaurant très sympathique aussi bien pour la cuisine que le personnel.
4 based on 15 reviews
If you are close to this monument, take ten minutes and stop in fornt of it with your car. One of the last remaining minuments of the city which was very much destroyed by the war.
3 based on 7 reviews
Le Méga CGR est un bon cinéma à Mantes-la-Jolie avec plusieurs salles bien équipées (une dizaine). Ces dernières années, j’y suis allé plusieurs fois pour des films en français et j’y étais confortablement installé. A noter que le placement numéroté, qui commence à arriver sur Paris, n’est pas prévu dans cet endroit à Mantes-la-Jolie. Ce qui est sympa également, c’est qu’avant d’entrer dans la salle pour voir son film, il y a des jeux (vidéos et autres) dans le hall d’accueil joliment décoré. Il y a aussi une confiserie. Il y a des avant-premières comme prochainement « Valerian ».
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