Free art at the Petit Palais For art lovers, the first stop in free Paris should be the Petit Palais. It’s a collection of free art that first graced the city with its presence in 1900 for the World Fair. You can browse the art here by year, with the […]
France is not only about Paris, Mont St-Michel, and Palais des Papes. There are other hidden gems in the country that are just as astounding and spectacular as the popular ones. Here’s a mini guide with seven of the most underrated gems in France that are worthy of a visit. […]
The breathtaking Marseille is France’s oldest city, and every year thousands of tourists visit this Mediterranean paradise. Offering a multitude of activities and attractions, it is impossible to do everything in Marseille. With this mini guide to give you a hint of the things to do and sights to see, […]
What can be more picture perfect and Instagrammable than the City of Lights, Paris? With the multitude of monuments and attractions the city has to offer, it is impossible not to get at least one perfect shot. If you’re struggling to choose, here is a list of six of the […]
Rhône The Rhône River winds its way all the way from the Alps to the Mediterranean Sea. The main designations are the northern and southern Rhône.
Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat Want to sleep in the same spot where the likes of great historic figures like Elizabeth Taylor and Pablo Picasso have laid their heads? Then head to the epitome of Cote d’Azur glamor, Four Seasons’ Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat.
Planning a trip to one of the planet’s busiest and most visited cities can be challenging. With Paris’ many festive holidays, a wide array of sights and activities, and over 30 million visitors yearly, it is hard to decide when to book those tickets.
Whether it’s your first visit or not, you will definitely fall in love with the amazing country of France. There’s the architecture, the culture, the inexplicably elegant fashion sense, not to mention the fine dining. It’s the nothing short of a perfect honeymoon getaway. It may not be obvious to […]
General customs The very first thing you need to know is that in France, double kissing is normal. Greeting someone with kisses is a standard, and these are more a very light brushing of the cheeks. Don’t feel the need to do a big, wet, sloppy smack. Take the cue […]
The Loire River is just over 1000 kilometers long and is the longest river in France. Along its course from its source in the Massif Central it first travels northwards, before turning westwards and eventually spilling into the Atlantic Ocean through its mouth at Saint-Nazaire, in the Bay of Biscay. […]