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Mont Saint-Michel: Guided Tour from Paris

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From Paris: Day Trip to Mont Saint-Michel with Live Guide

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Mont Saint-Michel: Entrance to the Abbey & Transport from Paris

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The striking Abbaye du Mont Saint-Michel is a medieval masterpiece situated in the city and island of Mont-Saint-Michel in Lower Normandy. It was one of the first UNESCO World Heritage Sites and remains a popular tourist draw. Built at a height of 80 meters, it offers jaw-dropping views of the coast and bay.

Visitors can explore the Romanesque and Gothic architecture in several rooms of the abbey, as well as enjoy the salty seaside surroundings.

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Abbaye du Mont Saint-Michel
L'Abbaye, 50170, Le Mont-Saint-Michel
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