Regions of France

Insider tours of Paris for everyone

Written by on May 22, 2017 in Arty, Funky, Paris, Quirky, Tours in France
Insider tours of Paris for everyone

Paris is the most visited city in the world – for good reason, there’s just so much to fall in love with. Is it the wonderful architecture, the museums and art galleries, the fabulous patisseries and boulangeries or the scrumptious chocolatiers that you love? Or do you like to get off the beaten track and […]

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Ravishing road routes in the south of France

Written by on May 16, 2017 in Provence-Alpes, Tours in France
Ravishing road routes in the south of France

Provence is a dream destination of picturesque villages, glorious landscape, fabulous food and wine and much much more. What it doesn’t have is easy to use public transport that will take you from the main road to the off the beaten track places – for that you’ll need wheels. Glampervan experience One of the most […]

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The Ultimate Antiquing Tour of France

The Ultimate Antiquing Tour of France

If you think that the treasures that can be found at a fabulous French flea market are an irresistible temptation – you’ll love the famous summer flea markets of Gascony… Every year crowds of devotees and onlookers gather to search for a bargain, a rare item, a decorating idea or a souvenir. In the unspoiled area […]

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A Day With Claude Monet In Giverny

A Day With Claude Monet In Giverny

“His intellect never flags, he is eager to see and express everything. For Monet, there are too many subjects – there is beauty in everything that exists. All of it should be painted. Life is too short to try and set limits on its variety of sights and infinity of sensations.” Gustave Geoffrey, 1922 A […]

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6 ‘Must See’ Places to Visit on the French Riviera

6 ‘Must See’ Places to Visit on the French Riviera

  If you’re planning to travel to the continent this summer, there are a few spots on the French Riviera featured in many holiday guides to France that you just have to see. This particular stretch of coastline is peppered with wonderful gems and in this article, we share 6 of the best ‘must see’ places. […]

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Learn to Cook in Normandy | Perfect French cooking experience

Learn to Cook in Normandy | Perfect French cooking experience

Chef Spencer Richards from the UK spent years taking holidays in Normandy with this family. He loved the culture and the history and especially the fabulous gastronomy of the northern French region. Eventually he couldn’t resist the lure of Normandy any more. He moved to St Hilaire Du Harcouet, Manche, and set up Normandy Cooking […]

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Why Burgundy should be top of your house hunting in France list

Written by on May 10, 2017 in Burgundy, Property in France
Why Burgundy should be top of your house hunting in France list

Burgundy (Bourgogne in French) offers some of France’s most gorgeous countryside. Rolling green hills peppered with medieval villages and the architecturally and culturally gorgeous capital, Dijon. Great wine and food are important components of daily life here and it’s a great place to live. We talk to local Benjamin Haas of France4U about expat life […]

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Take a Tour of Aveyron, la France Profonde

Written by on May 6, 2017 in Midi-Pyrénées, Tours in France
Take a Tour of Aveyron, la France Profonde

Aveyron is one of those almost secret parts of France that you think can’t possibly exist in real life. Ancient bastide villages with cobbled winding streets make you feel as if you’re in a place where time has stood still. There are lush green valleys and flowery meadows, forested gorges and vineyards that cling to […]

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Interview with an Expat in France | Haute Vienne

Interview with an Expat in France | Haute Vienne

We talk to Jacqui Wood from the UK who now lives and works in the lovely Haute-Vienne region, north-west France. It’s an area of forests and lakes, unspoiled countryside and picturesque villages as well as the lovely city of Limoges, famous for its porcelain production. Jacqui and her husband Mark, a former London policeman before […]

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5 Reasons Strasbourg Alsace should be on your must visit list

Written by on April 30, 2017 in Alsace
5 Reasons Strasbourg Alsace should be on your must visit list

Strasbourg – the capital of Europe, capital of Alsace and capital of the Bas-Rhin department. The sixth most inhabited city in France and one of the most visited towns by foreign tourists. Why visit Strasbourg Strasbourg is a place that delivers a special and very unique experience from its culture, and architecture,  a look and […]

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