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Let’s go on a Ride on Nantes, The Most Hipster City Ever

Let’s go on a Ride on Nantes, The Most Hipster City Ever

What impresses foreigners about Nantes (this awesome city on the West of France) is the natural way with which it takes on its role as an evolved city. Gardens, impossible machines, more cyclists than China, a historical heritage that indicates how much and how happy this territory has always been […]

How to Fit in France: The Unwritten Rules

How to Fit in France: The Unwritten Rules

French people have a reputation for their refined manners, although as we will see it’s more a topic than a reality. The kindness of the French is reflected in the long handshakes and kisses on the cheeks. They are, without being Latin, of the most affectionate people in Europe, unlike […]

The Best Scuba Diving Spots on France

The Best Scuba Diving Spots on France

To dive in France there are many possibilities, the most beautiful dive sites of the European continent are on the long French coast of more than 5400 km that offers many disparities with sandy shores, swamps, and marshes, but also rocky coasts. Diving amongst the clarity of the Mediterranean, in […]

The Van Gogh Route in France. A Trip for Art Lovers

The Van Gogh Route in France. A Trip for Art Lovers

The Van Gogh route in France is the perfect trip for art lovers and of course, for the followers of the famous Dutch painter. Nowadays, it’s possible to know his legacy by traveling to destinations as impressive as his canvases, following the route of Van Gogh in France. ‘I prefer […]

Reviving The D-Day, a Walk Into Normandy

Reviving The D-Day, a Walk Into Normandy

Any fan of modern history knows that the French region of Normandy has a very long story full of great characters and marked by events that were shaping the European identity. It was here, in the 80 kilometers of sandy beaches where the so-called Battle of Normandy took place, and […]

Lascaux, a Trip to Prehistoric Art

Lascaux, a Trip to Prehistoric Art

The Cave of Lascaux is an archaeological site of immense value that has magnificent prehistoric paintings -dated from 17,000 BC- including almost 1500 engravings and 600 paintings, it contains numerous symbols and drawings that haven’t been deciphered yet. Such is the quality of this work of art that at first […]

Discover the Best Beaches to Visit in France

Discover the Best Beaches to Visit in France

The French coast has 4,828 kilometers of beaches, each and every one perfect for a well-deserved vacation. Keep reading and get to know some of the best beaches in France, from different regions, styles and for all tastes. Choose amongst the most incredible beaches in France the perfect place for […]

Take a Chilling Tour on the Vampire Museum

Take a Chilling Tour on the Vampire Museum

Paris has been always linked to the current fashion in clothing and personal attire. Tourists are also attracted to its world-famous gastronomy. In the field of the mysterious and unusual, Paris has been covered by a cloak of mystery, mysticism and superrealism. In the dark alleys of the city of […]

Scuba Diving in Jacques Cousteau’s Homeland

Scuba Diving in Jacques Cousteau’s Homeland

Surely you didn’t know that the crib of modern diving is France. Pretty amazing, isn’t it? Well, the father of modern diving Jacques-Yves Cousteau, created the first independent regulator, the “Aqualung”, right on the shore of the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. For this reason, the French coast […]

Bordeaux: What to See in The Wine Capital?

Bordeaux: What to See in The Wine Capital?

A region so famous all over the world for its spectacular wine it is a World Heritage city, as well as a mandatory gastronomic and cultural destination in France. Read on and find out what to see and do in Bordeaux, France: Bordeaux is built on the banks of a […]

Places to Visit in France… That Are NOT Paris

Places to Visit in France… That Are NOT Paris

Paris has always been considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, if not the most. That’s why often the image of France is linked to the Eiffel Tower, the boats of the Seine and the boutiques of the Champs Elysees, forgetting that the Gallic country is primarily […]