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Space City 4th Dimension

France | Space City theme park in Toulouse

Aside from the cultural heritage of its historic center or the great college town atmosphere, the French city of Toulouse in the Midi Pyrenees region, is also known as the city of science. Since the late nineteenth century its history has been linked to the development of the aviation industry and is now known worldwide […]

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Belcastel Bridge

France | The great charm of Belcastel in Aveyron

It is part of the select club of the most beautiful villages of France, some of which I visited on my recent trip to Aveyron in the north of Toulouse in the Midi-Pyrénées region. When you get to Belcastel, do not be so surprised, if you access the valley following the course of the river […]

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Najac Castle on the hill of Aveyron

France | The majestic position of Najac Castle in Aveyron

Can you imagine a castle on top of a rocky hill surrounded by a bend of a river and that by walking you also get to visit a town that spans a single street that leads to the fortress? That’s the Najac Castle, one of the prettiest villages in France you can see in the […]

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Nice coast

A cultural visit to Nice of France

If you want to spend your next holiday dedicated to wellness and relaxation without sacrificing everything and you can visit a city of art, then choose Nice. The French city overlooking the French Riviera is very close to the Italian border and enjoys a Mediterranean climate. The second largest city of Provence after Marseille, Nice […]

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Roland Garros Tennis Event

Sports tourism in France

France is a country where sport is lived and practiced with intensity. There is no destination in this country that does not include special programs to enjoy a travel experience full of excitement and adrenaline on everything related to sports, it is therefore advisable to conduct a review of the major sports to be found […]

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Mont Saint Michel

Impeach the mayor of Mont Saint Michel

French prosecutors have indicted the mayor of Mont St. Michel, the 60 year old Eric Vannier, to have influenced the decisions of the council in order to further his own personal interests. The decisions are the ones to force tourists to leave their cars in the new car parking, built outside the country and to […]

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Mont Blanc

Ski holidays in Mont Blanc, France | Sledding, snowboarding and Veloski

If you are looking for a destination for your next skiing holiday here is a suggestion regarding the French Alps and the French-speaking side of Mont Blanc. Savoie Mont Blanc where all the new trends in snow find their ideal space. Let’s start with La Plagne where the Colorado Park offers a brand new ski […]

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Paris Ice Skating

Ice skating in Paris

Of course you do not go to Paris just to get to skate on the ice but if you’re already in the area or you are planning to maybe go there for Valentine’s Day or another occasion (any excuse for a holiday in Paris) we mark a small but interesting attraction. Ice skating! The square […]

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MuCEM Cerem

MuCEM and Cerem | New museums in Marseille, France

The city of Marseille in France can be considered as a European capital of culture as there you can find many culture attractions and the city is considered to follow the latest fashion trends. In this cultural city are being constructed two new museums. The first one is which is designed by Rudy Ricciotti is […]

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Bugarach Peak

Mayan Prophecy 21.12.2012 | Research towards France and Turkey

The singular figure emerged from a survey conducted by Skyscanner, a flight search engine indicates that there was a 41% increase in searches for flights to the south of France and 30% to Turkey with departures before the fateful 21st of December. The research considered flights between the 14th and 20th of December compared with […]

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