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Traveling to France

Traveling to France can the fulfillment of a life long dream for many tourists, but what’s a foreigner to do when they get there? The myriad of tourist attractions and cultural events can make narrowing down your options into your vacation time frame difficult. Very Paris A must see for the tourist visiting Paris is […]

Things to see and do in Paris

Paris is the capital and largest city of France. It is divided in two by the Seine River – the right bank, in the north of Paris, and the left bank, in the south. The city itself has a population of over two million inhabitants, but the metropolitan area has over 12 million inhabitants.

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.

Things to see and do in Alsace

Alsace was preferred by the conquerors and armies, as well as by tourists during the recent years. One must admit that the region is very beautiful, offering great white wines and delicious food.

Pyrenees Mountains

Forming a natural border between France and Spain, the Pyrenees Mountains span an area of 305 miles across southwest Europe, separating the Iberian Peninsula from continental Europe. Around two thirds of the range falls within France. The French Pyrenees encompasses the following departments: Pyrénées-Orientales, Aude, Ariège, Haute-Garonne, Hautes-Pyrénées, and Pyrénées-Atlantiques. On the other side of […]