In Normandy, France, Le Mont-Saint-Michel is located approximately one kilometer off the northwestern coast of the country, near Avranches, at the mouth of the Couesnon River and is within 100 hec…Read More
Issoudun is a charming commune in the center of France, in the Indre department. Displaying mesmerizing architecture, a river, museums, towers, this tiny town is full of history and endless pedest…Read More
The first covered walkway in Paris is the Passage des Panoramas. Built-in 1799, its old-fashioned charm and merchant spirit has been preserved. Every shop window represents the French capital's hi…Read More
From an engineering point of view, Mulberry harbor is considered a well-thought-out place as it provided great assistance in World War II. It was a mobile harbor that was built in 1944 during the …Read More
The statue of the Virgin enjoys a dramatic location surrounded by water and crashing waves. On the beach path and across a metal footbridge you can walk to it. Make sure you enjoy the views in all…Read More
The calanque d'En-Vau is the most spectacular beaches and views of one Cassis. This is one of the worlds most beautiful beaches. The water is so clear it's almost impossible to tell the depth. It…Read More
The views are amazing from the top of the cliffs by the church but do take a moment to look at the strange white spike! This is a memorial to two brave Frenchmen who died in a mysterious tragedy. …Read More
Saint-Paul de Vence is a fortified hilltop village full of art galleries, boutiques, and sidewalk cafes, which a stroll through its winding streets reveals beautiful monuments, stone walls, …Read More
A thoroughly transformed area of Paris since the 19th century, the 19th district, remains famous for its large gypsum reserves and extractions of gypsum. The adjoining areas, located outside of Pa…Read More
The Rue Foyatier is a street in Paris ' 18th district on the Montmartre butte ("outlier"). Opened in 1867, it was named after the sculptor Denis Foyatier (1793–1863) in 1875. One of Paris…Read More
Positioned 40 km from Lyon, the medieval city of Pérouges is ranked among the Most Beautiful Villages of France and is one of the most tourist places in the department.
It is an ancient cit…Read More
The Abbey of Cluny, located in the Saône-et-Loire department in France, was one of the most influential religious centers in the Middle Ages and was considered the founder of Western monasti…Read More
Looking like a giant floating yacht from a distance, Viaduc de Millau belongs to the list of top ten architectural wonders of the modern age. With its 1126 feet, Viaduc de Millau is the third tall…Read More
Step out of Passages des Panoramas and into Passage Jouffroy, full of bustle and oddity. The Ninth Arrondissement's Jouffroy, which specializes in antique canes, baroque decor and handmade childre…Read More
Constructed in late 1800s, this fort was a huge role player at the World War I and II where great deal of action was carried out as can be observed today from its degree of destruction. Germans st…Read More
In the heart of Paris, away from the busy city, the Saint-Martin canal is a haven that you can discover calm and quiet. For more than 150 years, this Canal links the Seine river, behind Notre-Dame…Read More
Château de Chantilly marks an important passage in France’s history, as it last belonged to Henri d’Orléans, Duke of Aumale, son of the latest King of France, Louis-Philip…Read More
The Pompidou Center is a multicultural complex in Paris and one of the most visited places in France's capital when it comes to artsy travelers. The center is located in the heart of the city and …Read More
The fascinating view of the Seine River is an amazing spot for the tourists. The river water is not particularly recommendable for swimming but the visitors often want to try a dip in the river an…Read More
France is a beautiful country with plenty of hidden gems to discover. If you are an adventurous spirit and want to experience the country as a local instead of only taking a selfie with the Eifel …Read More
Nestled on a small street called' Rue Chanoinesse' at no. 24, formerly known as' Rue des Marmousets,' a step down this street is like heading straight into the very underbelly of medieval Paris. S…Read More
Wandering the streets of Eze is the greatest joy of visiting this village. The charming narrow medieval streets are crammed with souvenir shops, small restaurants, cafes, galleries, and boutiques…Read More
In 1295, Charles II of Anjou, King of Naples, Count of Provence and Forcalquier, Prince of Achaea, and Count of Anjou and Maine, decides to build this city because of its geographical implantation…Read More
Carcassonne is a fortified city, inhabited since the Neolithic period, in the Occitanie region in France. It sits on the Aude River, on the intersection of many routes that connect the Mediterrane…Read More
Kaysersberg is situated in the heart of Alsace near the Ribeauville region. The rustic beauty of the flash and the landscapes, as well as the rolling hills and endless vane yards, makes this desti…Read More
Surrounded by vineyards, nestled in a green hill fold, Eguisheim is a medieval village whose tight, concentrated roads show the architectural merits of its half-timbered houses, beautifully flower…Read More
One of Paris' interesting neighborhoods that are beloved by locals but overlooked by tourists Butte aux Cailles neighborhood is a mountainous area in Paris' 13th arrondissement, between the city's…Read More
Isn’t it wonderful to experience two countries at once? in France, you can have experience in the Italian city of Venice as well!
To have a glimpse of Venice without actually going to Veni…Read More
Avenue de Camoens is a quiet street next to Trocadero, offering fantastic views of the Eiffel Tower surrounded by stunning French architecture!
At this exact spot, you'll most likely find o…Read More
Minerve is a well-preserved medieval village in France surrounded by cliffs, natural bridges, and canyons. Located in Hérault department in the Occitanie region, this spectacular commune was found…Read More
If you're planning a trip to Europe this summer, be sure to include a little of the Provence region of France in your itinerary.
From mid-June to mid-July, the rows of purple lavender can…Read More
Every day farmers and producers from the agricultural areas around the city of Paris would come to Rue Mouffetard Market to sell fresh produces.
This 'fine, narrow crowded market street', …Read More
Mont Saint-Michel de Brasparts is not the same as the more famous Mont Saint Michel, but it is a spectacular area with a sleeping volcano and an isolated 17th-century chapel dedicated to the Celti…Read More
Hendaye is probably the best place to learn to surf along the southwest coast of France. If you are looking for rapid progress in safe conditions, the huge beach and mellow wave are perfect. And i…Read More
Back in the seventeenth century, the Duke of the Chartres ordered for the construction of Parc Monceau. Being one of the most sophisticated and elegant gardens of Paris, the Parc Monceau is locate…Read More
I love you: the wall is a love monument built in the romantic garden of Jehan Rictus Place des Abbesses in Montmartre, Paris. Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito's work of art has become a meeting plac…Read More
Paris’ Botanical Garden is located in the 5th arrondissement off the center of Paris and is as easily accessible.
Paris’ Botanical Garden history goes back when the garden was …Read More
La Tete Carrée Library is one of the most original building designs in the world. And originality is not what's the most impressive about it, but its functionality. A building that looks like a gi…Read More
Vallon Pont d'Arc is a village in the west of the Ardèce in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region is a unique geological wonder in the world, located at the entrance to the Gorges de l'Ardèche. 54 meter…Read More
Lac Blanc is a beautiful and rewarding hike! The endless views of the surrounding mountains are breathtaking we ran across an Ibex on the trail.In good weather the views across the valley to Aigui…Read More
Saint-Michel d'Aiguilhe is a chapel in Aiguilhe, near Le Puy-en-Velay, France. It was built in 969 on a volcanic plug 85 metres high. The chapel is reached by 268 steps carved into the rock. When …Read More
This hike is quite easy, although you need to be in a good shape. A regular physical effort all year long will help you to have fun during this trip. Don't miss the House of Aubrac in Saint-Chély-…Read More
Being a camping trek, you are up and off early so need to be quite organised and ready for a wee burst of activity first thing as you wrestle your pop up tent into its bag, get breakfast and packe…Read More
Fort Louvois in south-west France on the shores of Bourcefranc-le-Chapus was first built in the late seventeenth century under the then military minister Marquis of Louvois. The construction was f…Read More
The Etretat cliffs are located in Normandie, north-west part of France.
Etretat's white cliffs and three natural rock arches are some of Upper Normandy's best-known sights in France and a p…Read More
City dwellers always look for a cute little part of town with narrow streets and colorful balconies everywhere they travel. For some people sunbathing on a secluded beach has nothing to do with a …Read More
Only 80 km from north or east of Paris, there is a spot that should never be missed by any art and nature lovers or anybody who loves beauty, and that's Claude Monet's House and Gardens.
Paris is famous for lots of different things: the city of light, the city of love, one of Europe’s fashion capitals… But what most people don’t know is that underneath the city lies one of its big…Read More
Located in Occitanie, between Nîmes, Uzès and Avignon, this wonder of the ancient world is a showcase of technical prowess with its extraordinary scale, as well as magical site that has been recla…Read More
This is a museum representing the romantic moments of life in a most spectacular manner. It consists of two portions, one for temporary exhibition arrangements and second is two floor building con…Read More
The Rodin museum occupies the hôtel, particularly where Auguste Rodin, one of the most remarkable sculptors of his time, lived in the Hôtel Biron in the later stage of his life.<…Read More
The Pointe de Dinan takes some persistence to reach both by car and on foot. To the North and South the far more accessible Pointe de Penhir and Cap de la Chevre and far better frequented, with si…Read More
Many of the huge constructions of Rome have survived till centuries, exhibiting their quality and beautiful designing, especially their canal channel system which is interestingly amazing. France …Read More
La Petite Ceinture Paris is one of Paris ' best-kept secrets. If you want to explore Paris ' hidden gems and abandonment romance, these abandoned train stations and railroads are for you in the he…Read More
The valley of Ossau is placed within the Béarnaises Pyrenees, between la vallée d'Aspe and la vallée de Gavarnie, from Rébénacq to the French-Spanish frontier (C…Read More
The Jardin Tino Rossi is a small garden in Paris located along the banks of the River Seine and is home to the Musee de la Sculpture en Plein Air, and a small amphitheater that holds an open-air d…Read More
The 'Jardin du Luxembourg', is a beautiful backdrop to the Palais du Luxembourg also known as the "Luco" was founded in 1612 on the orders of Marie de Medicis, mother of Louis XIII to assuage her …Read More
The village of Pontrieux is a small french village located in the north-west of France, in the district of Côtes-d'Armor in the French region Bretagne.
Pontrieux is a famous village with it…Read More
This is a spot with 1000 years of Bonneval family history along with the legend of the Devil Tower, settled in Western France's Haute-Viennce region as early aristocratic homes. The construction o…Read More
Parc de Bagatelle was created in 1775, the time of Marie Antoinette. The magnificent rose garden has over 10,000 rose bushes, from 1,200 different species. The park also offers a series of d…Read More
Located just steps away from the Latin Quater and just minutes away from the Paris Pantheon the Jardin du Luxembourg is where all the locals come to hang out come the warmer months. However the Me…Read More
This area has a history of around 700,000 fatalities of the Verdun WWI war, located in less than 20 km2 which is half the size of Manhattan. This warfare was done with new invention machinery that…Read More
For over 60 years, the most well known and one of the most astounding aiguille de Chamonix has been a significant world fascination. From the focal point of Chamonix, a 20 minutes ride with the Ai…Read More
The André Malraux parc is a spacious park with a calm environment that gives the impression of being far from the city, even if the towers are visible all around.
The park is …Read More
Like the Bois de Boulogne, this green area to the east of Paris, bordering the 12th arrondissement, was set out in the 12th century as a royal hunting ground. Although the pastorawoods and gardens…Read More
Montmartre is a historic, romantic area, renowned for the basilica of the Sacré-Coeur and a beautiful view of Paris. Visitors will ride the funicular to the top of the hill of Montmartre for the c…Read More
"Palace" of stones constructed by a postman over more than 3 decades, inscribed with his poetry. It has to be experienced to be believed. The postman worked single-handedly for over 3 decades on h…Read More
If you want a place for the kids to have fun while you take in a majestic view of the Paris, Parc de Belleville is worth a journey.
Parc de Belleville was built in the same late-20th…Read More
Southwestern France's seaside town of Soorts-Hossegor is a world-renowned surfing mecca on La Côte d'Argent, Europe's longest uninterrupted stretch of sandy beach. Surfing is the main attraction f…Read More
The Chamonix valley and Mont Blanc Massif are excellent for ski de randonnée (ski touring). Ski touring is a great way to access nature as it was intended to be seen. The Massif is a vast area of …Read More
Walking in strange desert scenery in former ocher-mining quarries with yellow & red rock formations is an incredible experience.
While Southern France is well characterized by its colo…Read More
Plouzané is a small commune in the municipality of Finistère in France, and it is the furthermost point in France that sticks into the Atlantic Ocean. Boasting a dramatic landscape and rugged coas…Read More
The port was remodeled in 1681 by Abraham Duquesne, under orders from Colbert. The former port was a brushed-upon shore in a small haven. Due to the expansion of the port, the Western fortificatio…Read More
The Carrousel and Tuileries gardens are two open-air sculpture museums that host 20 sculptures by Aristide Maillol on Carrousel Garden, and, 200 exceptional statues and vases, dating from the 17th…Read More
When traveling to big and famous cities, almost all of us stick to the 'boring' travel guide and only visit the crowded touristic spots that we are used to reading about and watching in magazines.…Read More
Lacanau is also a top surfing destination, a famous seaside resort on the Atlantic Coast. Its vast sandy beaches, popular surf spots with board sports fans, and particularly festive and lively sum…Read More
The huge Belfort Lion has been serving as a symbol of pride and message of French resistance against the Prussian forces. This lies at the foot of citadel at Belfort in France, with its constructi…Read More
The Salin Aigues Mortes of France with its pink salt marshes and flamingos stalking of waters, is a special place with amazing scenic beauty.
The salt marshes usually form around coastal r…Read More
This Paris scene in the rue des Barres (behind Chez Julien) in the Marais looks so utterly authentic that you might think it was a professional-decorated movie set. This exact place was used as a …Read More
Pointe du Hoc extends from the Normandy coast and is a dramatic peninsula offering amazing views of Utah Beach in the west and Omaha Beach in the east. The place is suitable for setting guns to de…Read More
Lyon city in the France consists of two theatres, its sources of pride. The theatres are in outstanding state and preserved in the area of Fourviere in Lyon.
These are worth visiting spots …Read More
If you are into history and literature than it is most likely you have heard about the legendary Château d’If before.
Located on the small rocky island of If, just off the coast of Marseil…Read More
The Loire region in France is home to one of the most spectacular medieval towns in Europe. Souzay - Champigny boasts tunnels overgrown in ivy, and it is a must-see location when visiting Loire Va…Read More
Despite its small size, the island of Porquerolles offers one the highly rated restaurants in the world, a wonderfully traditional hotel, the most attractive beach, and the cutest ( and comparabl…Read More
Père-Lachaise is a significant tourist attraction, famous for its tombs of important figures, and it is often recognized as the most-visited cemetery in the world.
The cemetery terr…Read More
Situated between the peaks of the Vosges mountains and the Alsace plain, Riquewihr is a medieval town in the core of the Alsatian vineyards, categorized as one of France's« Most Beautiful Villages…Read More
Corsica is one of the most spectacular islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It belongs to France for more than 200 years, and it is located south of the mainland, being closest to the Italian island …Read More
There may not be a better base in the French Alps for cycling than Barcelonnette. Located in the Ubaye valley (south alps), it is literally surrounded by mountains looking to be climbed. The town …Read More
This 4.5 km green corridor is Europe’s longest and only elevated park the Coulée Verte René-Dumont was built atop a revitalized railway structure.
The Promenade Plant&e…Read More
Mimizan Plage has 10 kilometers of fine sandy beach with waves rolling through its length. There are 4 recognized surf spots–La Garluche, Goëlands, Mouettes and Plage Sud and 6 safe swimming areas…Read More
The Jonas caves gradually developed through 400 BCE through middle ages and dots a cliff face in France Auvergne area, thereby developed into the military monasteries and the extensive system that…Read More
This spot has been discovered since prehistoric times when the inhabitants started to live in the caves. In the 19th century, people in this cave dwelling village, known as ‘boves’ (ca…Read More
This small district was known under the Revolution as the "Lost Island". The name Penotte, whose origin remains mysterious, appeared in the nineteenth century to designate a street now disappeared…Read More
People visit Bayeux for its tapestry and cathedral as well as stroll around this charming little town miraculously saved from World War II fire.
The capital of the district of Bessin has a …Read More
As the allied paratroopers dropped on Normandy's Cotentin Peninsula early morning on the D-Day, it advanced as beach landings after the sunrise. The 101st U.S. Airborne division parachuted behind …Read More
Located in the French Pyrenees mountains, the Chemin de la Mâture is a 1,200-metre (3,900 ft) path carved into a sheer rock face rising over 200 metres (660 ft) above the torrential river Gave d'A…Read More
Its always captivating to watch industrial areas with natural beauty of greenery and planting such as Promenade Plantee of Paris and always reaching tendrils. This place, which is also known as Co…Read More
The inspiration for the epic Bluebeard bloody stories starts at the medieval castle ruins of Château de Machecoul in France. According to the French folklore, Bluebeard was a cold-blooded child as…Read More
This place is known by different names such as' La Grande Dune du Pyla' or' Pilat's Great Dune.' It lies about 105 m (about 351 ft) above sea level in the southwest of France on the Atlantic Ocean…Read More
Parc de la Villette is a beautiful resort in Paris with its greenery spreading over 35 hectares and gardens over 3,000 m² of area. It is basically a place for enjoying different cultures and art f…Read More