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Get acquainted with French elegance in a Citroën DS, a true icon of the French “glorious thirty”, the three decades from 1955 to 1975, an era which evokes romanticism, authenticity, good manners, and warmth in French hearts.
Today, this car is mainly known for its appearance in the TV series “The Mentalist”, but it has a special place in the heart of French people. The DS was at the forefront of politics, (as the official car of President Charles de Gaulle), of motorsports (first place in the Monte-Carlo Rally in 1959 and 1966) and on Film, in such beloved French classics as “Fantomâs se Déchaîne” (1965) “Les Tontons Flingueurs” (1936) or with Jean-Paul Belmondo in “Le Cerveau” (1979)
Discover Paris with a “je ne sais quoi”
Culture, shopping, history, live the Parisian life whirlwind. Set your eyes on the city of light and all its typical, quaint, and charming landmarks, the Place Dauphine, the Place Vendôme, Montmartre, the Île Saint-Louis, the Marais, Mouffetard or Saint-Germain des Prés neighborhoods, the Grand Palais…
We will make you discover places only a true Parisian knows about, for a taste of French “Gastronomie”, the visit of wonderful sights, or simply to get a drink on the Seine banks, all the things that define the Parisian spirit.
Make an excursion in time,
live the era when culture and the French way of life were at its best
Come aboard… for a musical landscape of bygone times.
Juliette Greco, Yves Montant Barbara, Gene Kelly, Michel Legrand, Gainsbourg, Brigitte Bardot, Rita Cadillac, Louis Malle, Léo Ferré, Antony Perkins, Francis Lemarque, Eartha Kitt, Billy Paul, and many more…
Make a trip on the roads and villages that inspired and nourished the impressionist movement
Visit open-air museums likeBarbizon, Giverny, Vetheuil, Auvers-sur-Oise. Now part of the French cultural heritage, the provided beautiful and unspoiled landscapes for the inspiration of impressionist painters, all less than an hour away from Paris.
“La petite histoire…”
The DS was made by Citroën from 1955 to 1975. It was designed by Italian sculptor Flaminio Bertoni with André Lefebvre, an aeronautical engineer, and hydraulics engineer Paul Magès.
It was the main attraction of the “Salon de l’Automobile” in 1955, and audacious and revolutionary car, with a remarkable ride quality due to never-seen before hydropneumatic suspension.
Charles de Gaulle chose it as the French President’s official car, sparking a trend in the French bourgeoisie.