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Bayeux makes an ideal launching place to take a trip through history to the final stages of the Second World War. It was on the Normandy coast near Bayeux that the Allies undertook the biggest ...
The bicycle was launched to an unsuspecting world in Paris in 1818, and the city has taken the self-propelled form of transport to its heart ever since. Cyclists regularly take over the Paris streets ...
Provence is luxuriously located in south-eastern France and next to the Mediterranean Sea. It has always been an inspiration to artists (Picasso, Matisse, van Gogh), a playground for the rich ...
Want to travel around Paris like a local? Let your chauffeur take the wheel of an iconic Citroen 2CV and you’ll soon be whizzing around the Arc de Triomphe in true Parisian style. Private tours of ...
Written by Christine, USA, February 2013
Traveling throughout Europe by train is a dream for many travelers, but almost nowhere is it more convenient, comfortable and cost-efficient than in France. Let’s take a look at the basics of ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
has the aura of wealth and glamor, but there’s more to this small
village than that annual red-carpet parade held in May. Cannes may feel
out of reach for those with a budget in mind, ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, October 2012
A city this old with this much history will inevitably have its ghost
stories and hauntings. They call it the City of Lights, but Paris is just as exciting when the lights go out, and the city ...
Written by Tighthead Prop, Australia, October 2010
If you want to see one of the best examples of a typical walled city in the south of France, then I can suggest heading to Carcassonne for the day. The old city sits atop a hill and is a great ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, October 2011
Cover yourself in jasmine flowers and emulate Cleopatra, on the sumptuous hillside of Grasse in the French Riviera. The flowers are picked one by one to preserve their delicate essence, and the ...
Written by Christine, USA, January 2013
Many people dream of Provence …
except “Provence” isn’t really a place! The region is actually called
Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, and as its name suggests, it covers a lot of
real estate. ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, October 2011
The Shakespeare and Co. Bookshop place is one of my favorite haunts in Paris. It has a wonderful location on a small street, Rue Bucherie, beside the Seine, within eyeballing distance of Notre Dame, ...
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