Archives for the ‘Travel and Leisure in France’ Category

Tips for Relocating to France

By • May 1st, 2010 • Category: Travel and Leisure in France

Located in Europe and a member of the European Union, France is also referred to as the French Republic. Known for its many famous landmarks, structures, and monuments, France holds Versailles, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre within its boundaries. France is the most popular tourist country in the world, with Spain and […]

Things You Can Expect And Look Out For During Your Visit To The Louvre Paris France Area

By • Jan 31st, 2010 • Category: Travel and Leisure in France

Every year more than 8.5 million people come to see the Louvre Museum in Paris, France to see the second-biggest collection of artwork in the world. To Paris, art was seen as a point of pride, a show of grandeur and a vital part of their culture. Here, one will find paintings like Da Vinci’s […]

Travel Tips to European Countries: France

By • Oct 9th, 2008 • Category: Travel and Leisure in France

Interesting Things About France   Introducing France Video: Beaches, skiing on the Alps, and vineyards are just a sample of what groups of people are attracted from this country. France is a country which draws more tourists than any other country. It is easy to see why this is the case given France‚Äôs great reputation […]

Want good French food? Lyon is the place to go.

By • Oct 8th, 2008 • Category: Travel and Leisure in France

France is a great place to have a vacation. The food is great, the wine is superb and there is lots to see and do. Even the rude waiters provide something different to what you find at home. Everybody knows that Paris a great place to spend part of your vacation but where else in […]

Paris Vacation: Not Just for the Rich!

By • Oct 5th, 2008 • Category: Travel and Leisure in France

You can’t afford a luxury trip to Paris? Well think again, here are some ideas about how to get a 5 star vacation at a three star price. The single most important thing for a cost-effective vacation is pick you time. Times to avoid in Paris: Christmas, September/October when there are large trade shows. If […]