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Paris is a great place to go wine tasting. Sparkling Champagne, vintage reds or crisp white wines – whichever you prefer, follow the lead of an expert sommelier and you’ll never drink cask wine ...
Experience traditional recipes and methods for preparing French cuisine and indulge your passion for cheese, pastries, chocolate and wine as you explore Paris. Fine food, wine, and the gourmet spirit ...
Between Paris and the English Channel lies the region of Normandy, abounding in historic sites, moody countryside and culinary hotspots. You can visit some of the area’s highlights on a day trip from ...
We have to agree, there’s nothing more French than Champagne. To see where the legend began, visit the sacred town of Reims, known for its role in consecrating the kings of France as well as its ...
As if Paris wasn’t gorgeous enough by day, at night it becomes a seductress of lights and shadows with that grand dame, the Eiffel Tower, shining the brightest light of all. Lit up from top to ...
The River Seine is the lifeblood of Paris. Immerse yourself in romance, cruising under iconic bridges to see the architectural wonders and discover the daily life of this beautiful city from the ...
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 ...
Written by Viator, April 2011
Follow Julia Child’s lead and learn traditional recipes and methods for preparing French cuisine, with private cooking and pastry classes. It’s a great way to meet the locals and indulge your passion ...
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. ...
Written by Skootre, USA, October 2010
Robert et Louise is a small restaurant without a lot of frills. The curtains are chintzy, the place has a real rustic feel, and you wouldn't notice it from the outside unless you knew what to look ...
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 ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, August 2011
Tour Montparnasse 56 Observatory gives the
most spectacular view of the city of lights, offering a restaurant and a
terrace on the top floor complete with a helipad for those special
visits. The ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
is a city of the senses – sight and taste predominate. In terms of
sounds, it can be filled with music or just the rush of traffic; smells
can go from sublime to awful depending whether ...
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