Tourist guide to Auvergne

Tourist guide to Auvergne

As one of the hidden treasures of France, Auvergne is an amazing tourist destination. It is characterized by picturesque landscapes, including mountains, hills, valleys, rivers and forests. The region includes an area of the Massif Central which is a very popular natural jewel. The capital city of Auvergne is Clermont Ferrand. The city is also a famous tourist destination, but the region of Auvergne is mostly attractive for the lovers of nature. The region is divided into several natural are... [ 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 ]

The best natural attractions in the Hautes-Pyrénées department

The best natural attractions in the Hautes-Pyrénées department

Being part of the Midi-Pyrénées region, in South France, the Hautes-Pyrénées department is of a breathtaking natural beauty. It occupies a total surface of over 4.400 km² and is home to some magnificent natural attractions. The department includes several geographical areas each of which are home to magnificent natural attractions, such as mountains, lakes, hot springs and so on. If you are a nature-lover and you are about to visit France, the Hautes-Pyrénées department is a great desti... [ read more ]

The best destinations for fall foliage in France

The best destinations for fall foliage in France

An autumn without any red and gold leafs is not exactly a great autumn, and anyone who has ever enjoyed the crunch of dry leaves under their feet will tell you so. Luckily, if you find yourself in France this autumn, you won't have to part with the traditional autumn atmosphere, because there are plenty of places in France where you can get as much fall foliage as you want. Besides, after the dead month of August, autumn is the season when France's cities and towns come to life again and res... [ read more ]