Category: France

Top 6 places to visit while cruising on the Canal du Midi in the South of France

Top 6 places to visit while cruising on the Canal du Midi in the South of France

The 330-year-old Canal du Midi Skirts the sun-drenched shore of the Mediterranean before meandering inland through the fabled ‘Cathar Country’. For those seeking an alternative destination in France, the historic, UNESCO World Heritage status Canal du Midi is perfect, with it’s with its fortified hilltop villages, walled cities, ever present towpath and little canal side […]

5 ways to make your birthday in Paris unique!

5 ways to make your birthday in Paris unique!

There are hundreds of great ways to enjoy your birthday in the French capital. Indeed, the diverse and beautiful city of lights has an activity to suit anyone, from lovers to the outdoors as well as bon vivants! If you are travelling to Paris for your birthday, try one of the ideas listed below for […]

Top 10 activities to enjoy in the French Alps this Summer

Top 10 activities to enjoy in the French Alps this Summer

Everyone associates the Alps with winter; crisp winter mornings where your breath freezes in the air in front of a back drop of imposing mountains covered with snow, curling up in front of a crackling fire whilst icicles drop from the windows or shooting down steep slopes on two planks of wood. To many people, […]

4 of the 'coolest' cities to explore in Europe this Summer

4 of the ‘coolest’ cities to explore in Europe this Summer

Many of Europe’s cities can be far too hot for comfort during the height of Summer, especially if you are planning to take a long shopping list of must-see sights and attractions. But for those who would still like a distinctly urban experience, perhaps with children in tow during the school holidays, we would recommend […]

5 of the best Paris restaurants and eateries for lunch or dinner

5 of the best Paris restaurants and eateries for lunch or dinner

Like many of its European counterparts, the ‘city of love’ is known for its food. Take a stroll down any given street or avenue and you will easily find an authentic brasserie serving up delicious French classics or stumble across a quaint café baking fresh croissants and mouth-watering patisseries. But for those of you who […]

Photograph of the week: Poppies in Provence

Photograph of the week: Poppies in Provence

Poppies are everywhere in Provence this time of year, and these rolling hills outside of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie are blanketed with poppies as far as the eye can see, like a scene out of The Wizard of Oz. Moustiers-Sainte-Marie is one of the “Most beautiful villages of France”, and neighbours the scenic Gorges du Verdon. Thank you […]

The 7 wonders of the 7th arrondissement of Paris

The 7 wonders of the 7th arrondissement of Paris

A first trip to Paris can be fairly daunting. Down every street and around every corner, there’s something special to see and do so to help you out here’s a guide to visiting the seven wonders of the the 7th arrondissement. Many of Paris’ most beautiful landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Ecole Militaire […]

Recipe of the week: Oeuf coque au chorizo

Recipe of the week: Oeuf coque au chorizo

Create restaurant quality flavours at home with this inspired dish – oeuf coque au chorizo. Here’s a creative way to marry eggs, shallots and chorizo. The trick to this oeuf coque au chorizo is coaxing out the flavours and giving the dish a refined taste. A Summer salad makes for a fresh accompaniment. Enjoy! Ingredients […]

How to keep your teenagers happy on holiday in Paris

How to keep your teenagers happy on holiday in Paris

Grumpy, whining, fed up… keeping those complaining teenagers happy and enthusiastic on holiday is always a challenge. But that doesn’t have to be the way – with teens, it’s all about factoring in what they want from their summer if a family holiday is going to work. City breaks are a great plan with this […]

5 reasons why the Pays Basque still tops the exclusive Summer destination list

5 reasons why the Pays Basque still tops the exclusive Summer destination list

Pays Basque and ‘exclusive’ aren’t staple bed fellows. But mention Biarritz and more exotic images creep in. There’s a reason for this: it’s a lesser known land filled with culture, language and character. To miss it is to deprive yourself of one of life’s ‘richest’ destinations. Read on for five reasons why the Pays Basque […]

5 cool things about the latest hotel in Paris - Molitor

5 cool things about the latest hotel in Paris – Molitor

An avant-garde atmosphere, two pools, two restaurants, an art gallery and a hotel, this is Molitor, the latest opening among Paris hotels. Inaugurated in 1929 and closed in 1989, it was about to be destroyed by the city, had been tagged by the most famous and underground street artists before reopening in May 2014. With […]

Top 6 canals to cruise in France

Top 6 canals to cruise in France

There are over 2700 miles of inland waterways in France and an integral part of this system is a 750-mile network of canals linking up the main rivers. The perfect way to discover the country is on a canal cruise. France is at its best away from the main tourist trails, and canals like the […]

Top 10 places to visit in Burgundy, France

Top 10 places to visit in Burgundy, France

Burgundy, in the heart of rural France, is famous for its elegant chateaux, celebrated wine and delicious food. The landscape is one of rolling hills covered in forests of oak, maple and pine and where spring, summer and autumn each leave a unique signature. Medieval towns are surrounded by unspoilt countryside and the wonderful markets […]

5 ways to fall for Arles

5 ways to fall for Arles

A trip to Arles, in the south of France, will leave you very much in love with wine, art, history, food and the finer things in life. This charming destination is brimming with craft shops, sartorially savvy locals, cosy wine bars, shuttered houses, Roman ruins, inviting restaurants and galleries aplenty. So, while the town may have […]

Interview with Richard Zaher, CEO of Paramount Business Jets

Interview with Richard Zaher, CEO of Paramount Business Jets

Richard Zaher grew up in Virginia and attended Herndon High School. Shortly after graduation he attended Embry Riddle Aeronautical University to become a commercial pilot. Throughout the years of flying and studying at ERAU he began to realize that he was more interested in the business aspects of private aviation. He ended up graduating with […]

The best up-and-coming regions in France

The best up-and-coming regions in France

Most travellers who have ticked Europe off their bucket list have roamed the palace of Versailles, inhaled the fragrant lavender fields of Provence and sipped their way through Bordeaux. For 20 years Discover France has been taking travellers off the beaten path for authentic experiences in the country’s lesser-known regions. Here are the outfitters favourite […]

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