Category Archive: General

Discover unusual Paris sites thanks to the Paris Museum Pass


Go to Paris for the Eiffel Tower, the food, the fashion, its inimitable French people. And go for the museums, too! Paris has more than 60 museums and monuments, including […]

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New tour: Famous Burgundy Wine Houses Private tour


A great way to get deeper knowledge of the wines of Burgundy and the business of wines is to book our Famous Burgundy Wine House Private tour. This is for […]

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New Tour: Paris tour in a small Panoramic bus


Every visitor to Paris needs to get a good orientation tour of the city. You can now avoid doing this in big motorcoaches with recorded commentary. The new Paris Panoramic […]

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France Tours for Fans of “Les Misérables”


The film version of “Les Misérables” won three Academy Awards this year, and fans of the film can find France tours to showcase favorite landmarks from the film. Many American […]

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Skiing in Montmartre? Better believe it!

Skiing in Montmartre

Check the video below for a unique activity in Montmartre:

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Color Photos of Paris circa 1900 recently rediscovered


Lovers of Paris, photo and history can marvel at the vintage color photos of Paris that have recently resurfaced. Impressive as these pictures are, what is most striking is how […]

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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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