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Rhone-Alpes

Valence is a village in southeastern France and one of the most important attractions in the area known under the name of Rhône-Alpes. It is located in the east, at a distance of 40 km compared to the city of Montélimar, famous for the production of pralines. Currently, Valence has a population of 65,000. It […]

Centre-Val de Loire

Centre (-Val de Loire) is one of the 26 regions of France, located in the north-west of the center of the country. Although the country’s capital is Orleans, the largest city is Tours. The main feature of the area is the Loire Valley, which includes the fertile valleys of the Loire River and the tributaries.

Nord-Pas de Calais

Nord-Pas de Calais is a region in northern France which includes 90km of beach, sand dunes and cliffs that stretch between Calais and Berck-sur-Mer. The main attractions are undoubtedly the villages on the seashore.

Pays de la Loire

The landscape of this region is arranged in the form of hills that rarely exceed 400 m, representing the last buttresses of the Massif Central and Armorican Massif. Although it is named after the Loire region, this only passes through two departments, the rest of the river system being composed of its tributaries, Loir, Sarthe […]

Limousin

Among the landscapes of France, Limousin is characterized as a land of green trees and water that will always deserve the appreciation made by Arthur Young: “For its overall beauty, I prefer Limousin to other provinces. The hills, forests, streams, lakes and farms scattered up thousands of lovely paintings.”

Things to see and do in Franche-Comté

Franche-Comté is one of the 26 regions of France and, as many others, includes numerous attractions that you will enjoy visiting if you ever think about passing by the area. If you want to make sure you get the best out of your trip to Franche-Comté, make sure you read the following pieces of information […]

Things to see and do in Ile-de-France

The French region known under the name of Île-de-France includes over 1,200 cities and no less than 8 departments. It is also the administrative center of one of the most famous cities in the world, the French capital of Paris, and hosts many attractions for visitors, regardless of their age.