Paris is always a good idea. But what to do in a city with so much to offer? History buffs will love discovering Musée de Cluny, Les Invalides, and La Conciergerie. And art lovers will be spoilt for choice – yes, the art scene is great outside the Louvre too (think Centre Pompidou, Musée d’Orsay)!…

The pink-washed streets of Toulouse make it seem like the perfect fairytale town. It’s no wonder one of France’s most celebrated authors was born and inspired to write here – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. From magnificent churches to serene gardens, charming river banks and delicious cuisine, there’s so much to love about Toulouse. So if you’re…

Lille is France’s new it destination. Once a grubby industrial hub, Lille has transformed itself into a glittering cultural and commercial metropolis. Today, visitors will be delighted to find the city streets full of world-renowned museums, spectacular shopping venues, delicious eateries, and impressive monuments. If you’re headed to France soon, here are the 10 best…

Strasbourg is one of Europe’s most historic cities and it is today one of the capitals of Europe, home of the European Parliament. The history of Strasbourg dates back thousands of years so it’s easy to find historic monuments, fascinating museums and picturesque streets as you stroll along the streets. If you’re visiting France to…

Nestled along the French Mediterranean Coast, Marseille is actually one of France’s best hidden gems. The city has flown under the radar so far, usually overshadowed by its more picturesque nearby cities of Nice, Cannes and Toulon. But Marseille has been an important gateway into France for centuries and today its streets are buzzing with…

The entire city of Bordeaux has been protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998 – and it’s not hard to see why. The city is filled with exquisitely designed buildings, elegant monuments and impressive historical sites. Often called the “Port of the Moon” for its romantic location on the bend of the Garonne…

Nice is the perfect getaway destination for culture lovers and beach bums alike. Combining the best of these two worlds isn’t easy – but Nice does it almost flawlessly. From the narrow – but lively – streets of the Vieille Ville to the extravagant elegance of La Prom, there’s something for everyone to love about…

Paris The city of Paris is not just the capital of France, but it is also the largest city in the country. There are more than 2 million people that call Paris home and millions more visit the city every single year. There are so many great things to see and do in Paris no…

If you plan to visit France, a great traveling experience would be going to the South of France, a region where large areas are covered with vineyards that produce the best wines in this country and one of the best in the world at all. The surface that is covered in vineyards spreads on 40,000…

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