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Things to do in Paris free of charge

Excluding the flight from London to Paris the “City of Lights” can be an expensive place to visit. However, for travellers who are curbing costs due to the current difficult economy, it is possible to spend several days there at little cost. On the Boulevard St. Michel or in front of the Pompidou Centre visitors […]

Luxemburg palace and Jardin du Luxembourg

Secret Paris Uncovered

For many, Paris conjures iconic images of Tour D’Eiffel and the Champs Elysee. The ‘City of Love’ has dozens of attractions which feature in every guidebook and tour.


Tourist Attractions in France – The Dream of Everyone France, among the most popular tourist sites on the planet, has something there for each kind of visitor seen either from the budget point of view or from the likings view. With Paris, Lyon, and Marseille; the country offers a fusion of varied experiences and charms […]

Tourist attractions in Loire valley

The Loire valley has taken its name from the greatest river flowing in France and is known throughout the world for its wonderful tourist’s attractions. The Loire is more than a river; it is actually a rich and varied region stretching from The Atlantic coast to the very heart of the country. Val de Loire, […]

Top destinations for camping in France

One of the best ways to discover France is to camp out during your holiday. Some of the top destinations for camping in France were Rhone Alps. This is the most popular of France travel destinations and is well recommended in camping circles. It serves as a starting point for several other activities like hiking, […]

Amiens Cathedral

Amiens: City with strong historical tradition

A city with a strong historical tradition, Amiens is one place in France where many tourists congregate, to experience its ancient cathedral. This is one of the reasons that Amiens is on the map.

Rouen, Tower and facade of Notre Dame cathedral

A Tourist Guide To Normandy

The region of Normandy is located in Northern France. The area has an important historic past in that in 1944, it was where thousands of soldiers came on D-Day. It is a popular tourist location not only for the history but also for the rugged natural beauty of the Normandy coast and traditional French feel.