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 ]

Top things to do in Paris during springtime

Top things to do in Paris during springtime

Visiting Paris this spring…ah, such a fantastic idea! The trees and flowers are in bloom and the birds are singing in the wonderful parks. Get out in the open spaces or have a good coffee at one of the cafés’ terraces. Make refreshing walks along the Champs-Élysées or go sightseeing. Get the children to a playground or explore one of the fantastic markets of Paris. Whatever you would choose, the spring sun will be by your way and you will surely have a great holiday! Do you need some id... [ read more ]

Discover the fantastic Languedoc-Roussillon region

Discover the fantastic Languedoc-Roussillon region

Situated in the south-eastern part of France, the wonderful Languedoc-Roussillon region is one of the country’s several administrative regions. Its main urban travel destinations are the following: Nîmes, Montpellier and Carcassonne. Besides, there are numerous spectacular tourist attractions in the region. Whether you travel with your family or you are a young adventurous traveler, you will surely find at least one sight which suits your preferences. From caves to wildlife parks, from aq... [ 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 ]

Child-friendly holiday to Paris

Child-friendly holiday to Paris

Paris is one of the world’s most popular destinations for couples. It is one of the most romantic towns in the world, being a perfect honeymoon destination. But what if someone would like to visit Paris with children? The town isn’t the perfect choice just for couples, it also has a family-friendly side. There are spectacular and numerous things to do and to see for kids here. Besides some historic attractions that children would also enjoy to visit, there are numerous pony rides, carousel... [ read more ]

The best attractions of Toulon

The best attractions of Toulon

A holiday to France is a good option at any time of the year. Spending your vacation on the French Riviera or visiting its historical towns, famous vineyards or any of its natural beauties can be an unforgettable experience for everyone. If you decide to visit a city instead of lying on the beach, I suggest you to choose Toulon. It is one of the most spectacular and attractive medium size towns of France. Toulon is located between Marseille and Nice, in the western part of the French Riviera a... [ read more ]

The best sights in Orléans

The best sights in Orléans

The wonderful city of Orléans is located in north-central France, on the Loire River, about 130 km southwest of Paris. Being one of the medieval France’s richest cities, Orléans had always been a strategic point of the Loire. Today the town is a well-known destination for tourists. Its university, founded in 1309, also contributes to the city's prestige. There are several tourist attractions in the city, such as museums, parks, churches, galleries, the well-known cathedral and so on. If yo... [ read more ]

Top 5 attractions in Marseille

Top 5 attractions in Marseille

Marseille, France's premier port city, one of the oldest settlements in the country and the setting of various important historical events, is one of the brightest gems of the French riviera, and not just because it has great food and lovely weather. Travelers who like to get some sightseeing done will have their work cut out for them in Marseille, the city where tourist attractions small and large lurk behind every corner. Even if you don't know the first thing about Marseille, just taking ... [ read more ]

Top 5 sights in Marseille

Top 5 sights in Marseille

Paris is touted as France's cultural melting pot, but in truth the title of the oldest and most diverse city in France can easily go to Marseille. Ever since the city was founded by Greeks in 600 BC, Massalia, or present day Marseille has been a mix and match of nationalities and cultures from all over Europe. Today, Marseille is strongly Provençal Popularity, but with many North African and other influences, as befitting a bustling port city where ships dock from all over the world. And in... [ read more ]

The most romantic places in Paris

The most romantic places in Paris

Paris is famous for being the most romantic place on the planet, but once you arrive in the French capital, where exactly should a romantic go? Granted, there are so many romantic spots in Paris (some of them known only to locals) that you can't even start to count, but like all cities, even Paris has its non-romantic spots. The industrial parts of the city and the banlieues are to be avoided if you are longing for that stomach-fluttering, heart-quickening romantic atmosphere, but there are ... [ read more ]