Lille, the capital of Flanders, is practically a French Belgium, with its traditional beer and waffles. Plunging into the mixture of cultures for two or three days is a popular activity among Parisians. If you want to start exploring different French regions as well, we will tell you what there is to do during your vacation in Lille.
Brittany is not as popular tourist destination as Paris and the Côte d'Azur. But if you knew how interesting it is to spend time in the northeast of France, you would not put off planning a vacation there.
Here we'll give you some great options for what to do on the shores of Brittany: there are natural sights, historical and special cultural flavors to enjoy. Let's go!
The Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris is a famous monument of Gothic architecture, a location featured in a famous book and musical, and just a beautiful place. It was seriously damaged in a fire on April 15, 2019. Fortunately, the loss of art objects is not as great as we all feared! Nevertheless, the damage was severe enough that the Cathedral will be closed for reconstruction work during the next few years.
The cabaret in Paris is as famous as the Eiffel Tower. A trip to Paris isn't complete without visiting one of their enchanting shows. The most famous cabaret houses are the Moulin Rouge, Le Lido and Le Crazy Horse. The oldest cabaret, Paradis Latin, has recently reopened. These are four unique facilities, each with their own zest.
Nantes is a city with a rich past, a bright present and a promising future. It's a great place to start a fascinating resort journey along the Atlantic coast (spoiler: there are many beautiful beaches). But you should start by visiting the capital of Brittany itself.
Even if you have only one day in Nantes, you can see a lot of what it has to offer. A great route is here in front of you. Have a nice walk!
Bordeaux is the capital of the Aquitaine region. It's a city of art, rich history and, of course, wine. It is rich in attractions, like Paris, but calmer and not so crowded with tourists. If your dream is to see the real France, then you should definitely go to Bordeaux!
The French Alps are known for their ski slopes, chalets and the warm welcome guests receive. Courchevel, Annecy, Grenoble... these names are known not only to avid skiers or snowboarders, but also to people far removed from winter sports. In this article we will tell you about the best resorts in France, where it's pleasant not only to relax, but also to ride the slopes.
Alsace is one of the most beautiful parts of France. There are a few large cities on the slopes of picturesque hills, scattered small towns and small villages, and many well-groomed vineyards. If you are in Strasbourg and decide to take a day trip around the area, we can tell you about 10 great nearby places to visit.