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Written by Jodi R, Germany, June 2011
The city of Bordeaux is inevitably associated with vineyards and fine wine, so it's no surprise that the winning design of the Wine Culture and Tourism Center evokes the image of a wine tasting ...
Written by Viator, April 2011
What better than Boullabaisse, Pastis and Pétanque to define Marseilles – this quintessential trio is a must-try during your visit! Start your afternoon by playing Pétanque, a form of ...
Many visitors to Paris take short trips to Normandy to see the WWII memorials and battlegrounds, but in December there’s even more reason to head to the region—the Christmas markets of Normandy. ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2012
It’s a city for indulging the senses: sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch. Paris
just makes you feel alive. French food in particular is renowned for
waking up the tastebuds but can you do it ...
Normandy has some incredible sites that are popular with visitors, WWII memorials and Mont St-Michel to name just a couple, but there is a different kind of tourism that has been coming up on an ...
east of Paris and on the south side of the Parc Naturel régional de la
Montagne de Reims, is generally agreed to be the cultural capital of the
Champagne region —meaning,
Written by Viator, January 2012
When we think of Provence, our stomachs begin to rumble and our taste buds tingle in anticipation of all the good flavors associated with the region. From south in the port city of Marseille where ...
Written by Chou Fleur, Australia, October 2010
France is a great place to go wine tasting.
There are 3 simple rules: look, smell, taste!
At this stage the professional taster will spit the wine out, while the amateur taster (like myself) will ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2012
First, have the right attitude. Paris
is a city that likes to be watched. Parisians dress well and promenade
past the cafes where the rest of the city sits for hours just watching
people go by. ...
Documented by the sometimes whimsical paintings of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and continuing to capture our imagination today, the tradition of Paris cabarets dates back to early 1880s, when Le Chat ...
Written by Viator, October 2012
Thanks to its picturesque setting on the Mediterranean coast, Provence, in Southern France, is blessed with a warm climate, idyllic landscape and highly fertile soils that yield a range of fresh ...
Written by Christine, USA, March 2013
France is the most romantic country on earth, and Champagne is the most romantic drink, so the next time you and your special someone are planning a vacation, why not combine the two with a weekend ...
No, you won’t see Beyonce and Jay-Z on a yacht. You won’t be partying with supermodels until dawn at a beachside club. But you also won’t be paying premium prices, you’ll have the place all to ...
Written by Viator, July 2011
Ah, Paris. How can one city epitomise so much that’s good about life? Food, history, art, food, fashion, culture, food, architecture, wine – and did we mention food? No trip to Paris is complete ...
The Champagne Region of France is the perfect side trip for the Paris visitor – different enough to give you a good idea of what’s happening outside of the City of Light, but close enough not to take ...
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