Visit the city of history and art – Rennes

Visit the city of history and art – Rennes

Considered by many the city of history and art, Rennes is an outstanding tourist destination, being home to some astonishing attractions. Rennes can be found in Northwestern France, more precisely in Brittany. Not only the historic centre, but other districts of the city are also very attractive. There are so many outstanding buildings in Rennes that visitors need a couple of days to visit all of them. Some of the spectacular attractions of the city are the following: the beautiful Rennes Cat... [ read more ]

A guide to the spectacular Clermont-Ferrand

A guide to the spectacular Clermont-Ferrand

Clermont-Ferrand is a magnificent city situated in the Auvergne Region. The city is set in beautiful landscape, being situated in the Massif Central, on the Limagne Plain. Being surrounded by the Chaîne des Puys volcano chain, it is a very attractive tourist destination. Besides the fantastic landscape, the city is home to numerous wonderful attractions, such as its beautiful cathedral, its Romanesque church, the botanic garden and so on. Spending your holiday in this spectacular city is a gr... [ read more ]

Top 5 attractions in Bordeaux

Top 5 attractions in Bordeaux

The spectacular city of Bordeaux is a port city located on the Garonne River, in the Gironde department, in southwestern France. It is considered as the world’s major wine industry capital. The famous wine has been produced in the region since the 8th century. The historic part of the city is on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Bordeaux is a classified “City of Art and History”, being home to 362 historical monuments with some buildings dating back to Roman times. Bordeaux is... [ read more ]

Visitor’s guide to the attractions of Lyon

Visitor’s guide to the attractions of Lyon

Situated in the east-central part of France, in the Rhône-Alpes region, Lyon is well-known for its historical and architectural landmarks. It is not surprising that the wonderful city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lyon is also considered the capital of gastronomy in France. The city has a significant role in the history of cinema, as Auguste and Louis Lumière invented the cinematographe in Lyon. The city is also known for its famous light festival called "Fete des Lumieres" which occurs o... [ read more ]