Top 5 Do’s And Don’ts That A Tourist In France Needs To Know

France has always been a popular tourist destination. If you are traveling in Europe, consider your trip incomplete if you haven’t taken a selfie in front of the famous portrait of Mona Lisa or claimed the stairs of the Eiffel Tower. The climatic condition and the geographic location of the place make it an ideal […]

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5 romantic destinations in France all year round!

Valentine’s day is around the corner, you will have noticed by the number of paraphernalia with love hearts in the shops! An excuse to get away for most couples too but beware of high prices that week. So why not visit a romantic destination at any other time of the year instead?

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Why is Antibes so popular among Brits?

Over the past two centuries, it’s as if British people have invaded the Côte d’Azur, creating a real parallel society. Probably to flee the rain and cold of Blighty, they particularly like the South of France. For many, the French Riviera is the perfect area to enjoy the sun and warmth of the beautiful country […]

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Lights, Action, Camera! 67th edition of the Cannes Film Festival

The 67th edition of the glamorous and world-famous Cannes Film Festival began last Wednesday and will run until next Sunday, 25th of May.

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83 Million Tourists Visited France in 2012

Last year, the Hexagon beat the record of 2011 (81.4 million of tourists), allowing France to remain the top international tourist destination.

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What to do when retiring to France?

Moving to France to live permanently can be an exciting and a daunting prospect, especially if you are retired. But the good news is that in many areas there are clubs and associations where you can meet like minded people, while the slower pace

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Easter in France

Easter, called Pâques in France, is a Christian festivity that commemorates the rebirth of Jesus. The Easter Sunday, a day of celebration with lots of food and chocolate, always follows the Good Friday (the day of Jesus’ death).

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Le printemps du cinéma

Every year the French can’t wait for the Printemps du Cinéma, an event which takes place for 3 days in March that offers cinema tickets on the cheap.

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Easy travelling with Eurostar between UK and France

Created in 1994, Eurostar is a high-speed train service between London and Paris.

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Travel in France with Google Street view

If you wish to have an idea of the towns you are going to visit before coming over in France then why not checking in 3D on Google street view? You can now have a look at more towns such as: Aix-en-Provence, Albi, Amiens, Angers, Brest, Caen, Calais, Clermont-Ferrand, Dijon, Dunkerque, Grenoble, Le Havre, Lens, […]

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