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…

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Pierrefon, Senlis, Chantilly
In this part of the story a lot of historical facts have been mentioned, borrowed by me from various sources, but it’s impossible to manage without narrating about the places…

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Futuroscope European Virtual Amusement Park
Most of our tourists limit acquaintance with France, wandering through the "Bermuda Triangle": Paris, Nice, Disneyland. And many French tour operators, patiently working out these three routes for ours, still…

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Castle Aze-le-Rideau

I can not say that I am a fan of palace type locks. I prefer coarse, weathered stones of German fortresses, covered with wet moss, which keep the memory of the sound of swords, cannon volleys and long sieges. Therefore, when drawing up a route in France, I have long looked at everything I could find in guidebooks and the Internet using the phrase “Loire castles” for a long time and not without a certain amount of skepticism. Continue reading

Place de la Concorde in Paris
Place de la Concorde is called the heart of Paris for a reason. It is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris in France in a picturesque location next to…

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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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Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe is a true symbol of Paris and the history of France. Located on the Place Charles de Gaulle (also called the Etoile Square or the Stars)…

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8 budget hotels in the center of Paris
According to experts, Paris hotels of class 2 * and 3 * over the past six years have risen by a third. The British edition of the Telegraph offers its…

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