Great fall events in France

Great fall events in France

Many people say that the best time to visit the beautiful country of France is in September and October. This is the time of the year when the tourists have left, but the weather is still warm, just perfect to make an autumn holiday in France. Besides, there are different events held in France during autumn. So why don’t you make your packages and enjoy some French fall festivals? Taste some local drinks and foods, discover the works of local artists and have fun with the entire family. Are... [ read more ]

The best French events in May

The best French events in May

For many of us May is the most beautiful month of the year. It is the time of the year when temperature is already warm, but not hot, the flowers and trees are blooming and everyone wants to escape in nature. In case you would like to visit France this May, I have another option for you. Instead of getting out in nature (or besides) why not attend a great French festival? The French love the festivals and they really know how to celebrate. There are great events and festivals all round the co... [ read more ]

A short guide to Perpignan

A short guide to Perpignan

The historic town of Perpignan is located in the south of France. This city is known for its medieval architecture and its many markets, including the Marché aux Puces vintage market. The ancient city is located at the foot of the Pyrénées, near the junction of the Basse and Têt rivers. This medieval town has many narrow cobbled streets, stone buildings and many shops. Most of the food sold in the local markets is produced in the region, including fruit, vegetables and wine. So here i... [ read more ]

Fantastic spring festivals and events in France

Fantastic spring festivals and events in France

Are you a fan of festivals willing to visit France this spring? I have good news for you! I’ve found the best and most fantastic spring festivals and events in France which I will present you below. Whether you visit France during March, April or May, you will notice that there are several spring festivals held all over the country. French people love their festivals and you should also join them while celebrating music, dance or even food. Whatever your preferences are, you will surely fin... [ read more ]

Attend the best fall festivals in Provence

Attend the best fall festivals in Provence

Autumn has arrived, but the weather is still fine. It is the perfect time to organize a holiday to France! Provence, one of the most beautiful regions of France has so many things to offer to the visitors. Besides the fantastic cultural and natural attractions of Provence, there are also numerous things to do here. Some of these are the fantastic fall festivals which are held in the region. These festivals include the following: the Ventoux Nature Flavours, the Soup Festival held in Vaison la ... [ read more ]

The most visited festivals of France

The most visited festivals of France

Visiting France on your holiday? It is the best choice! France has a rich natural and cultural heritage. After visiting some of its natural beauties, Paris or other gorgeous cities of the country or the fantastic resorts, don’t forget about the events and frenetic festivals of France! The French love the festivals! Join them and explore the traditional and modern festivals, local events or celebrations. From music- to film festivals, from medieval- to gastronomical festivals, from sport- to ... [ 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 ]

Top 5 interesting facts about Bretagne

Top 5 interesting facts about Bretagne

Bretagne, also named Brittany is a north-western region in France. The peninsula of Bretagne is bordered by the English Channel to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Bay of Biscay to the south. The province of Bretagne is divided in four administrative regions. This gorgeous cultural area has several tourist attractions, not to mention the spectacular natural resources. The attractions range from historical urban regions to megalithic monuments, from traditional festivals to bea... [ read more ]

Summer Festivals in Provence

Summer Festivals in Provence

Provence is mild in winter, fresh and fragrant in spring and blazing in wild colors in autumn, but it's in summer that this picturesque part of France is really at its best. Summer is the season when Provence is pervaded with the smell of lavender and ripening grapes, and if you don't mind the often scorching Mediterranean sun, spending your summer months in Province is the best holiday anyone could wish for. But it's not just sweet idleness and rural tranquility in southern France this time... [ read more ]

Celebrating Mardi Gras in France

Celebrating Mardi Gras in France

Although Mardi Gras is more famous as the boisterous and debauched carnival celebrated in New Orleans and other places in the New World, its origins are much tamer, and they can be traced back to...France. Fat Tuesday celebrations were spread all over the world by French colonists, and as the centuries went by they stuck and morphed into something completely different. Visitors to France might be surprised by how different Mardi Gras is in France -it might as well be a completely different h... [ read more ]