L'Isle-Adam is an ancient town located at the gates of Paris, in the Valley of Oise. It has a large variety of heritage sites and was a haven for many artists from different times such as Jean-Honoré Fragonard and Maurice de Vlaminck, but also for some writers like one of the most famous French authors, Honoré de Balzac, who used to call this town a "little paradise". L'Isle-Adam is known as an inspirational place of the Barbizon School of painters in France and even before that, as a "small Versailles" thanks to Louis Armand de Bourbon, Prince of Conti, who commissioned the construction of an immense château here.
There's an historic center endowed with half-timbered houses, by the waterside of the River Oise, situated at the edge of a national forest named "Forêt de L'Isle-Adam". Also, admire an unusual 18th century Chinese style Pavilion at the "Parc de Cassan", within the shape of a Buddhist pagoda. L'Isle-Adam offers an historical overview that you can enjoy online.
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What is a virtual tour?
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How To Join A Tour
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Preparing for your Virtual Tour
A stable Internet connection, Zoom application and a compatible electronic device (a computer, laptop, smartphone, touchscreen tablet, etc.).
Meet Your Live Virtual Guide
My name is Elyesse, I'm a French freelance professional tour guide based in France around Paris. I have a master's degree in cultural heritage history and am currently obtaining another one in art history as well.
I'm fascinated by arts, cultures and history from all over the world. I perform online guided tours and live video-lectures about a wide range of different cultural topics or historical places, while being proud to share some of my knowledge with customers.