Tours of French Regions

What you Need to See in Paris

Paris is a whole world! Each quarter of it – Latin, Montmartre or the island of Cite – can be explored endlessly, like an independent country. Here every stone breathes art- from the bicentennial Louvre to the futuristic foundation of … Read More

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The Great Exhibitions not to be Missed in 2020 in Paris

When you want to visit an exhibition in Paris, the most difficult thing is to make a choice. From the Museo d’Orsay to the Louvre, from the Centre Pompidou to the Grand Palais. “Leonardo da Vinci” at the Louvre Museum From … Read More

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Paris New Year’s Eve

Soon we shall all witness the start of a new decade – in a few days 2020 will become a fact! To make Paris New Year’s Eve an unforgettable experience, there are a lot of entertainments and pastimes and some of them … Read More

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Celebrate New Year in France!

Every day for the New Year there is less and less time and it is time to think about celebrating it. If you still do not know how to celebrate New Year, we suggest borrowing a few ideas from the … Read More

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Thanksgiving in Paris is Possible

Thanksgiving is a holiday that gathers together the whole family – from youngest to eldest. Yet, this is in America. Parisians do not normally celebrate Thanksgiving. Many of them do not even have much information about the holiday. Anyhow, if … Read More

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5 secrets of Mont Saint Michel

This rocky island in the center of a huge bay has become an amazing place since the 13th century. A fantastic silhouette of the abbey rises above it as if floating in the air. What a bewitching sight! A miracle … Read More

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Loire Castles

Greatness and decline, architectural achievements, love affairs, rumors and secrets of the royal court: the stories of the Loire castles are even more exciting than the tales of “A Thousand and One Nights.” Do you have five minutes? What from … Read More

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Visiting the Normandy Beaches from Paris

If you want to gain more information about the history of the Second World War then Normandy beaches are the best destination. Day by day the number of tourists visiting this site increases. Normandy beaches give an exceptional opportunity to … Read More

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Claude Monet

In Normandy, the Giverny Museum of Impressionism is dedicated to the history of the Impressionists. Claude Monet is the ancestor and founder of this movement, which emerged in the XIX century. It was in 2009 that the Impressionism Museum was … Read More

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Claude Monet & Alice Hoschede

After two years of suffering and immense fatigue, Alice Monet succumbs, on May 19, 1911, to myeloid leukemia.  She will be buried a few days later at the Giverny cemetery, with her daughter Suzanne and her first husband Ernest Hoschedé … Read More

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