Top 10 must-see places in the south of France

Just the thought of southern France brings stunning images to mind — endless lavender fields and vineyards, stunning fortified hilltop medieval towns and picturesque villages, not to mention the glamorous beach resorts and luxury yacht-filled marinas. There really is...

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The 5 Best Spa Hotels in the French Alps

Year after year the French Alps attracts thousands of tourists, each more eager than the last to carve their path through the reliably thick snow that coats the remarkable mountain range. Luxury ski resorts such as Serre Chevalier, Courchevel and Megève guarantee a...

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The Top Five Ultimate Drives in Europe

Shades on, music turned up loud, cruising along an empty road – it’s without doubt one of the best experiences for car lovers all over the world. But that pleasure is increased ten-fold when the road in question traverses some of the most breath-taking scenery on the...

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Insider’s Guide to the Undiscovered French Riviera

Monaco, Cannes and St Tropez are all places which need little introduction such is their notoriety, but other areas of the French Riviera are equally spectacular without the crowds that are associated with the aforementioned glamour destinations of the Riviera. In...

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Discover the best wine in the south of France

Perennially popular as a holiday destination, the South West of France (or Sud-Ouest in French) covers some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. Alongside the stunning hills, expansive views and beautiful river valleys, this part of France is also home to some incredible wine producing areas.

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Enjoy a Culinary Cruise along the Seine

For many, food is more than a necessity; it’s an obsession. It’s not only about visiting high-end restaurants and enjoying the food and wine, it’s about the whole experience – the setting, ambience, service and company – all the smaller details that add up to create an unforgettable occasion. And for those that delight in fine dining as a hobby, a luxurious culinary river cruise might just be the perfect way to indulge that favourite pastime on a holiday with a bit of a twist.

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Favourite Streets of Paris: rue Montorgueil

A charming pedestrian cobbled street, rue Montorgueil, is lined with wonderful restaurants, cafés, cheese shops, bakeries, wine shops as well as Paris’ oldest (and one of its finest) pâtisseries. It’s a real joy to explore. Let us take you through some of the street’s highlights.

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Favourite streets of Paris: Passage Jouffroy

Once there was a network of over 140 covered passage ways running throughout Paris.
Designed to keep the gentry of the city clean and dry, these once bustling, glass roofed, shopping arcades had their heyday in the mid 19th century.
Over the years many fell in to disrepair and some have been demolished.
Luckily quite a few have now been restored including Passage Jouffroy,
a nostalgic reminder of how these charming arcades once looked.

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