Category Archive: General

Paris Under The Snow

Paris was covered by a blanket of Snow this morning, creating scenes of a different vision of the City of Light, as can be seen in this slideshow

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Traveling with kids to France


If you want to create lasting memories with your family, treat them to the adventure of a lifetime with a trip to France. Coordinating such an important trip might feel […]

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Fast Train from Paris to Barcelona closer than ever

AVE Train between Tarragone and Madrid

A bevvy of important government heads including Spain’s Crown Prince Felipe, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, Catalan President Artur Mas, and Minister of Development, Ana Pastor joined in the inauguration of […]

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December 21 Apocalypse: a small town in the South West of France is the answer


Eight centuries after Pope Innocent III launched a crusade to rout the Cathar heresy out of Languedoc, the rocky outpost of Bugarach is once again under siege. Doomsayers who believe […]

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Longtime Louvre director Henri Loyrette to step down


Henri Loyrette, the pioneering boss of the Louvre for over a decade, will quit the world’s biggest museum at the end of his current term of office in April, he […]

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Group Travel to France

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Versailles Musical Water Shows


From the very beginning, water has played a central role in the building of the castle and gardens of Versailles. As you prepare your trip to visit the Sun King’s […]

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Personalized trip planning to France

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Save the date for Beaujolais Nouveau!


The third Thursday of November is the official date for the annual release of Beaujolais Nouveau, the light, fruity drink produced in Beaujolais (Burgundy). A mix of regulations — the […]

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Aigues-Mortes Towers and Ramparts


If your travels bring you near Montpellier, or if you’re wanting to visit Camargue, do not miss the incredibly charming fortified city of Aigues-Mortes. It’s a great place to stay overnight or for a couple of nights.

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