Exclusive Google data reveals the most searched-for destinations in France. Here’s Emily Louise Bailey’s list of what to enjoy and where to stay in each one.
The charming medieval towns of Uzès and Castillon du Gard make Provence worth visiting outside of the lavender fields. Don’t get me…
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For centuries, the magic of the Rhône River has captivated artists, authors and nature lovers with its immeasurable beauty and charming riverside cities.
The Tango is a historic barge built in 1930 and moored in Bordeaux that takes you along the rivers tasting fabulous wines, dining on market-fresh French food and leisurely visiting breathtaking wineries and cultural sites.
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The International City of Gastronomy celebrates the past, present and future of French cuisine…
With return flights from Belfast available for less than £40, there is no reason not to visit Bordeaux – the wine capital of the world.
Silver salt marshes, yellow sunflowers, pink flamingos, fields of purple lavender, this region is Van Gogh’s canvas.
The top destinations in France have shaped to be the most popular tourist destination in the world, welcoming 82 million foreign tourists annually. Tourists from all over the world are fascinated with the sophisticated French culture, exquisite cuisine, fine wines, romantic castles and picturesque countryside.
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France with its unique architecture, famous landmarks is a dream of many travelers.
There are plenty of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in France–and they aren’t all located in Paris, either. Read on to discover which you should visit.
The castles of the Loire Valley are the stuff of fairy tales. These castles in the Loire Valley France have been feeding the imagination for centuries. For example, Charles Perrault supposedly came up with the fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty while visiting Château d’Ussé.
Notre Dame du Haut, built in Ronchamp, France, in 1955. Photo by Ricardo Gomez Angel
A century since Le Corbusier began his journey as an architect, he remains one of the profession’s most influential and controversial figures. Here, Joe Lloyd explores how he got thereNo modern architect is as simultaneously…