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Top 5 Art Museums In France

By • Feb 27th, 2014 • Category: Tourism

Art lovers who visit France have more than 100 museums to put on their itinerary. Paris alone has more than 40. Whether you are in Paris, Marseille in the northern part of France or by the beaches near Normandy, you can spend inordinate hours absorbing the culture of art. 1) The Louvre in Paris: Any list of […]

Top Tips To Help You Choose The Ideal Skiing Location In France

By • Feb 27th, 2014 • Category: Rhone Alpes, Tourism

Despite the recession still affecting many industries and markets, it does appear that the number of people going skiing once, twice or even more times a year, is starting to rise once again. For many, the pull of snow is too great and as such the rise in people buying ski properties is also increasing. […]

Eurotunnel Versus Cross-Channel Ferry: Which Is Best?

By • Dec 20th, 2013 • Category: Miscellaneous

In 1994, travel from the UK to France was revolutionised by the opening of the Channel Tunnel; an undersea rail link between Folkestone in Kent, England and Coquelles, near Calais in northern France. Almost two hundred years after the idea was originally suggested, the completion of the tunnel at last provided travellers with cars, who […]

5 Ways To Beat The Queues At Disneyland Paris

By • Aug 28th, 2013 • Category: Paris

  Disneyland Paris is a truly magical place. The rides, the shows, your favourite characters walking to and fro, and of course, the queuing. Who doesn’t love a really nice long bit of queuing? Personally I don’t feel like I’ve had a proper holiday unless I’ve spent a nice big chunk of it standing politely […]

5 Of The Best Restaurants In Paris

By • Aug 5th, 2013 • Category: Paris

Famous for cheese and wine, the French cuisine is well acclaimed for its experimentation and innovation with food all over the world. With a history of mannerism and profound culture, France is the place where you can enjoy rich eatables in high class restaurants. Owing to the brilliance of its inherited history of ages, today […]

Loire Valley Guide – 7 Superb Highlights

By • Jun 19th, 2013 • Category: Loire Valley

Loire Valley Guide Want a holiday where you think you’ve died and gone to heaven? Then why not visit the wonderful Loire Valley in France. For plenty of good reasons, it is often referred to as the “Garden of France” for it is a beautiful area of flowers, vineyards and rolling hills which is proud […]

Getting To Know The Real France: Tips For New Expats

By • Jun 13th, 2013 • Category: Living in France

Image: cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by alainlm Moving to another country is a huge leap. It’s exciting, of course, but it can also be terrifying; there’s a new language to learn, a new culture to become a part of, and a new social network of friendships that must be built. If […]

Holiday Homes: Do You Need One And What Are The Alternatives?

By • Jun 5th, 2013 • Category: Travel

Liberace once said “it doesn’t matter how rich you are, you can only sleep in one bed a night.” While the man himself was over the top, his surprising philosophy on wealth is anything but, and could be a sound reminder to anyone thinking of buying a holiday home. Telegraph finance reporter Ian Cowie, for […]