Category Archive: General

Aigues-Mortes Towers and Ramparts

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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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We’ve been recognized as the travel website with the most extensive offer to France

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Austin, TX. October 22, 2012. France.com was awarded the prize for the Most Diverse And Extensive Offer for travel websites to France during the 2012 edition of French Affairs. Organized […]

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Hotel Amour

One of the rooms at Hotel Amour, one of the thousands of hotels in France available on France.com

It’s a love-it or hate-it proposition: not for everyone, but oh, so Parisian! OK, you need to be young, and hip, and wanting a place that reeks of fun, and […]

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Normandy: Gastronomy

Camembert cheese, a staple of Normandy food from France

Thanks to its moderate Atlantic climate and lush agricultural land, Normandy has long been Paris’ ood basket, supplying the richest dairy products, beef, seafood and apples. There’s an impressive range of seafood…

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Tour Operators, Hoteliers and Guides

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Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel

Early Life Chanel was born on August 19, 1883. She was the second daughter of traveling salesman Albert Chanel and Jeanne Devolle in the small city of Saumur, Maine-et-Loire. Coco […]

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