Who does not risk, he does not drink a proveno
When they say "the south of France", usually the imagination rests on the Cote d'Azur. Of course, each of the towns of the French Riviera, sunk at least 300 days…

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Place de la Bastille
Place de la Bastille in Paris is known to the whole world, first of all, by its fortress, which was destroyed in the Great French Revolution.The modern square has become…

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Is Alsace another france?
My first encounter with the French police took place in Alsace. Leaving Colmar, I mistakenly took the left lane at the traffic lights, although I needed to go to the…

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celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau

Feast of Beaujolais Nouveau in France. What is his drink?

“Le Beaujolais Nouveau est est!” (“The time has come for the young Beaujolais!”) – With these words, the French annually greet one of the most cheerful and traditional holidays, the Beaujolais Nouveau. It is on the third Thursday of November, starting at midnight, and for the next few days it is customary to taste the harvest of the young Burgundy wine Beaujolais. Continue reading

How to severely save on food in Paris
I was pushed to write this post by several entries in this community that food is expensive in Paris. In general, this post was thought of as a long-beautiful list…

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Rhône-Alpes: the middle world
Halfway between Paris and the Cote d'Azur, among the plains, valleys, rivers, lakes and mountains, one of the most diverse regions of France, Rhone-Alpes, perfectly settled. Here is the center…

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Place Vendome in Paris
Octagonal Place Vendome is located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris at the beginning of Rue de la Paix, north of the Tuileries Garden and east of the Church of…

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Paris metro. Guide
As in any major European city, Paris has its own metro. But here it is not a luxury, as in Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin or, say, Vienna, but actually a means…

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