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Cassis

4.5 star rating: Recommended 34 Reviews

The less glamorous but equally beautiful little sister to nearby St Tropez, those leaving Provence for the sun-dazzled shores of the French Riviera will find ...  Read more

Lille Old Town (Vieux Lille)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 20 Reviews

It's in Vieux Lille, the Old Town of the city, that the Flemish dash to Lille's character can be most clearly seen. The red brick buildings and narrow cobbled ...  Read more

Hospice Comtesse Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

The Musée de l'Hospice Comtesse is the town museum of Lille. It's housed in an old hospital founded by Jeanne, Countess of Flanders, for the poor of the ...  Read more

Cimiez Convent (Monastère de Cimiez)

4 star rating: Recommended 139 Reviews

The Monastery of Cimiez includes a church, a cemetery and a convent where some Franciscan friars still live. The church has significant paintings by 15th ...  Read more

Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière

4 star rating: Recommended 32 Reviews

A gleaming retro-Byzantine confection of Roman columns and religious iconography, the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière is visible, by design, from ...  Read more

Medoc

4 star rating: Recommended 20 Reviews

Everywhere you turn in Bordeaux, exceptional wines are the principal attraction, and one of the most famous areas for wine is the northern region of Medoc. ...  Read more

Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 136 Reviews

Everywhere you go in Marseille, you'll see the golden statue of the Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde, the Romano-Byzantine basilica rising up from the city's ...  Read more

Marseille Vieux Port (Old Port)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 117 Reviews

Marseille Vieux Port, or Old Port, is the hub of the city. It was the natural harbor of this port town since antiquity; the Greeks landed here in 600 BC and ...  Read more

Chateau d'If

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 48 Reviews

Made famous by Alexandre Dumas' classic 1840s' novel Le Comte de Monte Cristo (The Count of Monte Cristo), the 16th-century fortress-turned-prison ...  Read more

Cathédrale St Bénigne

In Dijon, west of the Ducal palace, looms the twin-towered Cathédrale St. Bénigne - also known as the Dijon Cathedral. This large, Gothic church is ...  Read more

Cimetiere de la Chartreuse

The Cimetiere de la Chartreuse, in the center of Bordeaux, often invites comparisons with Paris' Pere Lachaise cemetery. They both offer a tranquil (if ...  Read more

Cluny

Northwest of Mâcon is the little town of Cluny. Dating to an abbey established in the year 910 (called Cluniacum), the town became the epicenter of a ...  Read more

Musée de la Moutarde

Dijon is known for its importance to the French wine industry, but it’s also known for another culinary product – mustard. The region’s fertile land and ...  Read more

Old Lyon (Vieux Lyon)

Draped around the ancient Roman edifices atop Fourviére Hill, this enchanting Rennaissance-era neighborhood of beautifully preserved buildings is without ...  Read more

Grand Trianon

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1316 Reviews

The pink-colonnaded Grand Trianon was built in 1687 by the famous architect Mansart, as a tranquil getaway from court life for Louis XIV. Setting the ...  Read more

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