5 historical towns in the Loire Valley

5 historical towns in the Loire Valley

Everyone knows that the famous Loire Valley is a top tourist destination. It is world famous for it natural beauty and historic chateaus and communities. In one of the previous articles I have already presented you the historic castles of the Loire Valley. Below I will give you some information relating to the historic settlements of the valley. Nantes, Orleans, Tours, Amboise and Blois are just 5 of the most beautiful historical towns in the Loire Valley. Visit any of them and make an unforge... [ read more ]

Nantes – Europe’s greenest city

Nantes – Europe’s greenest city

Nantes is an astonishing city in the department of Loire-Atlantique. Located on the Loire River, the sixth largest city of the country is very popular among tourists. It boasts in numerous fantastic visitor attractions and remarkable landmarks, including medieval structures and ruined buildings which date from Roman times. Whether you are a lover of culture or an adept of nature, you will find something to suit your preferences, because besides the great landmarks, Nantes is considered Europe... [ read more ]

The best attractions of Nantes

The best attractions of Nantes

Situated in western France, on the Loire River, the spectacular city of Nantes is a popular tourist attraction. It is the 6th largest city in the country. Nantes is home to numerous stunning buildings and attractions. The Castle of the Dukes of Brittany and the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul are two of the main tourist attractions in the city. There are also numerous churches and basilicas in Nantes. Besides the religious buildings, there are several museums, gardens, parks and other histo... [ read more ]

The best luxury restaurants in France

The best luxury restaurants in France

France is a beautiful country with so much to see, but all that sightseeing and wonder can make you really hungry. And that's when  you can encounter another one of France's attractions: the cuisine. French cuisine can be enjoyed in many forms: at the market, sampling cheeses, mustards, wines and other tidbits, at a small eatery trying out the every-day food, and of course, at fancy restaurants, where the true haute cuisine comes to light. It will cost you, but you'll remember the taste and the... [ read more ]