Briancon – the city at 1326 meters above sea level

At an altitude of 1326 meters above sea level lies the Briancon, in the valley of the French Alps and is the tallest city in that district of France. This city of history and art is under UNESCO protection because of its extraordinary group of fortresses, built between the 18th and 20th centuries.

Just passing the Pignerol Gate, you will be welcomed by an incredible picturesque landscape. For Architect Architects, this is a great opportunity to explore the 18th-century Notre Dame Church or the 14th-century Cordierers and the pliable Plase Deerm Square.

A particularly interesting fact for this region is that during the winter, Brnikcon turns into a favorite destination for ski lovers, because ski resort is located near Sir Ševlje.

Sir Schwale is a ski region in the Alpine part of France and is one of the leading ski areas. There you have the opportunity to enjoy versatile activities throughout the year. During the summer period, mountain biking and mountain climbing are 250 km long and 62 cable cars.

You can also enjoy the culinary specialties of Brianconne and the surrounding countryside. According to the recommendations, you can visit the sites Le Bistro de la Paix where the menu has only traditional dishes of French cuisine.

In your free time you can visit art galleries, library or cinema. If you are wondering where to stay, you will have the whole Brianconne or Sir Chevalier ski center available that offers luxurious rustic cottages or exclusive villas.


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