How To Visit France Without The Plane Ride; Debbi Kickham; Forbes

Even if you’re stuck at home, you can still visit France. One of Debbi Kickham’s favorite museums is the Chateau de Versailles.

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Le Havre — a marvel of 20th-century architecture not to be; Paul Roberts; Medium

Le Havre like many port cities and towns is often only registered by those arriving by sea and even then, it’s only to disembark and drive…

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The unsolved mystery of France’s iconic Loire Valley; Adrienne Bernhard; BBC

Five hundred years on, the architect of this famous French castle remains a mystery. Could it be Leonardo da Vinci?

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5 Most Magnificent Palaces In The World; Michael Bamidele; Guardian

Palaces are often built with the intent to show off the wealth and splendour of royalties. The first palace on the list was so spectacular that it inspired some other royalties to build theirs in response, meanwhile, the last on the list inspired Disney’s Cinderella castle. Palace of Versailles, France The Palace of Versailles also…

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Bordeaux is the original ‘wine blend,’ but it’s more contemporary and affordable than you might think; Dave McIntyre; Washington Post

Why you should take a second look at the famed region.

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3 of the Best Day Trips from Paris; Janine Marsh; The Good Life France

You’ll never be bored in Paris with so much to see and do. But sometimes it’s good to get out of the city, so here are 3 of the best day trips from Paris:

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The sweet air of the Cévennes: a British writer on life in the rural heart of France; Adam Thorpe; Guardian


As the Cévennes national park celebrates its 50th anniversary, Adam Thorpe reflects on how the “intricate hills” of the Massif Central protect its wildlife – and way of life…

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Google’s immersive virtual reality tour enables you to time travel to the Stone Age without leaving home; Howard Halle; TimeOut

Discovered in 1994, the Chauvet Cave in Southern France is a World Unesco Heritage Site and home to one of the true wonders of the world: A series of Prehistoric…

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16 Best Places to Visit in the South of France; Lisa Alexander; PlanetWare

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Discover The Sumptuous Palaces To Visit In France; Aastha Maheshwari; CEO World

When it comes to a dream destination, France tops the list as it offers everything one could imagine for relaxing, watching and enriching travel experience. The best thing about this country is the sense of luxury even in the simplest things. Wherever you go in this I‘Hexagone’ shaped country every corner has something special to…

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Google unlocks prehistoric art of France’s Chauvet cave; Hannah McGivern; Art Newspaper

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Carcassonne has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997; All Andorra; Medium

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Carcassonne (fr. Carcassonne) is a fortified town in the Aude department, Occitania Region, France. ‘The town is one of the most important…

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48 hours in Avignon, Provence; Lucy Pitts; The Good Life France

If you’ve only got 48 hours in Avignon in Provence, here are Lucy Pitt’s top tips for what to focus on from the Palace of the Popes to chocolate shops…

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Six fascinating facts about the WTA’s new stop: Lyon; WTA

The WTA Tour stops off in eastern France for the latest event. Here’s all you need to know about the city ahead of the Open 6ème Sens — Métropole de Lyon.

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Notre Dame’s plaza and crypt may open to public in March; Elise Kirsten; Getaway

The deputy mayor of Paris hopes to open a plaza in front of Notre Dame in the first half of 2020 and the crypt beneath the cathedral may also be reopened.

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21 breathtaking photos show what the most isolated religious sites in the world look like; Natalie Colarossi; Insider

Religious sites have long been situated in remote landscapes, away from the distractions of secular life. Here’s a list of the most breathtaking ones.

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Keep the kids entertained for less on a weekend at a Eurocamp in France; Rob Patterson; The Sun

CAMPING at this time of year? In northern Europe? You must think it’s mad. But major investment in sites across Europe means seasons are being extended into November and March. With modern indoor…

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The Most Impressive Cathedrals and Churches in France; Nancy Heslin; Fodor’s

From medieval Gothic architecture to sky-high castles that marked historical milestones, fall in love with the most stunning churches and cathedrals in France.

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Why Visit Clermont-Ferrand In Central France; Tom Mullen; Forbes

Fly from Paris to explore this city and surrounding…

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Beyond Paris: Choose from these 10 beautiful French islands for your next holiday; Lori Zaino; Points Guy

Paris is one of Europe’s most romantic and stylish destinations. Bordeaux’s wine museum is one of the best in the world. And there’s nothing sexier than spending a hot summer’s eve in Saint Tropez. But the country’s allure goes beyond its most popular cities, and of course, the sophisticated French Riviera. France is home to …

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