Category: France

Arles In Provence, Between Nature And Architecture; Cecilia Pelloux; Forbes

Discovering Arles is like walking on a natural and cultural path in western Provence.

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10 Reasons To Love France’s Loire Valley This Summer; Ann Abel; Forbes

Countryside destinations have never been more appealing. In the Loire River Valley, the main activities are touring airy old châteaux and magnificent modern gardens, tasting wine in the middle of vineyards and, this being France, eating some very good food.

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The 10 best parks in Paris; The Lonely Planet

 

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12 Natural Wonders of the Cévennes | Explore the National Park; Jennifer Ladonne; France Today

This extraordinary national park is bursting with peaks, gorges and caves of the Cévennes region. Here are the sites to see.

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Amiens – the biggest Cathedral in France; Janine Marsh; The Good Life France

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Become enchanted by everything Toulouse; Stars Insider

Toulouse, a city in the southern French region of Occitanie, is known as La Ville Rose (“The Pink City”) for its terra-cotta rooftops and red-brick churches. Hugging the banks of the Garonne river, Toulouse boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, one of which is the Canal du Midi, a mighty man-made waterway that connects the Atlantic with the Mediterranean. With its collection of splendid museums, an envious culinary tradition, and renown as the largest space center in Europe, Toulouse is an attractive and compelling destination. Click through and find out more about this historic French city.

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First time in paradise: the best things to do in Réunion Island; Fabienne Fong Yan; Lonely Planet

 

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5 Exciting Train Trips From Paris; Jo-Anne Bowen; TravelAwaits

Bayeux, Mont-Saint-Michel, Giverny, Fontainebleau, Reims, and Moet et Chandon for Champagne: These are the best train trips from Paris.

Source: 5 Exciting Train Trips From Paris – TravelAwaits

Future travel fantasy: Beautiful Bordeaux; Sheryl Nance-Nash; Amsterdam News

Who knows when you’ll be able to safely travel to France?

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The Road Less Travelled: A Modern Pilgrimage in France; Jennifer Ladonne; France Today

Jennifer Ladonne follows in the footsteps of Mary Magdalene, and the millions of pilgrims who followed.

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Four Favourite UNESCO World Heritage Sites in France; France Today

France is rife with protected landscapes and monuments. Here are four of France Today’s favourite UNESCO-listed wonders.

Source: Four Favourite UNESCO World Heritage Sites in France | France Today

How To Spend A Day Island Hopping In Paris; Alison Browne; TravelAwaits

Ile de la Cite and Ile Saint-Louis are two of the oldest villages in Paris brimming with treasures to explore, and Ile aux Cygnes, a little further down the river, has a gem of its own. These islands in Paris can be visited in one day or more leisurely over a few days. And as with all things Parisian, they can be returned to over and over and each time bring new, captivating discoveries.

Source: How To Spend A Day Island Hopping In Paris – TravelAwaits

Culture of Arles. Places to visit – old town, temples, theaters, museums and palaces; Orange Smile

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A Sunday at one of the oldest Churches in the World; Eddie Ssejjoba; New Vision

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Explore Carcassonne with top author Kate Mosse; Daily Mail; 

On this exclusive tour you will be staying in the heart of Carcassonne, where you will have the chance to discover its atmospheric streets and centuries of dramatic history stretching back to the crusades.

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Interesting Facts about Grotte Chauvet Cave, UNESCO World Heritage Site; Raeesa Sayyad; Time Bulletin

Search engine giant Google celebrates the 26th Anniversary of the Grotte Chauvet Discovery with animated Doodle on December 18, 2020. Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave or Grotte Chauvet-Pont d’Arc is a cave that contains probably the best-saved non-literal cave paintings in the world, as well as other proof of Upper Paleolithic life. It is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Source: Interesting Facts about Grotte Chauvet Cave, UNESCO World Heritage Site – Time Bulletin

Doors Open but Nearly Empty, French Cathedrals Count Cost of Epidemic; Geert de Clercq; Reuters

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Normandy; Orange Smile

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8 Amazing Historic Sites To Experience In Reims; Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey; TravelAwaits

Reims, less than an hour by train from central Paris, is the capital of the Champagne region of France. Reims is also a superbly historic city dating back to Roman times, where you can see history everywhere you go.

Source: 8 Amazing Historic Sites To Experience In Reims – TravelAwaits

Destinations on the rise for 2021; National Geographic

25 amazing places to inspire future journeys and remind us why we love to travel.

Source: Destinations on the rise for 2021

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