• Rennes Tourist Office

    Brittany’s capital will no doubt surprise you with its rich and diverse heritage. A weekend is not enough to see all its iconic monuments and sites. Here are some of the exciting historical or symbolic sites to be visited during your stay: SAINT-YVES CHAPEL, SAINT-PIERRE CATHEDRAL, THE PORTES MORDELAISES, PLACE Read more [...]

  • Roanne Tourist Office

    For many years now, Roanne has been known all around the world as a Mecca for gastronomy. But this pretty town, nestled on the banks of the Loire, has other surprises in store for you with its historic centre reminiscent of the South of France, its delightful little port or Read more [...]

  • Rodez Tourist Office

    Located in the heart of the Aveyron département, Rodez welcomes you for a fantastic getaway, a weekend break or a family holiday. Discover our heritage, museums, exhibition halls and the many unmissable events and shows throughout the year. Between the history of yesterday and today, Rodez is a city of Read more [...]

  • Roscoff Tourist Office

    Roscoff today combines the pleasures of the sea with the charms of a small town of character. Adventure and great relaxation await you. Extraordinary garden The Roscoff peninsula is particulary protected. The influence of sea currents guaranties very mild winters and has allowed the developpment of an exuberant exotic garden Read more [...]

  • Roubaix Tourist Office

    Roubaix is one of those jewels of the North of France with a surprising commercial and cultural history. Some of the sites to take in: St Martin Church, Factory Shops, La Villa Cavrois, La Piscine-Musee d’art et d’industrie and the ‘Manufacture’ for which, here’s a teaser: La Manufacture is a Read more [...]

  • Saint-Brieuc Tourist Office

    The bay of Saint-Brieuc is first and foremost a vast coastal space of cliffs, inlets, dunes, promontories and beaches (fifteen in all). The chemin des douaniers (the “customs path”), a communicating pathway running along the coast of Brittany, once used by customs officials and coast guards, is today open to Read more [...]

  • Saint-Malo Tourist Office

    St Malo is named after the Welsh monk Mac Low, became in the sixth century bishop of Alet, ancient cradle of the modern city, founded in the mid-twelfth century, on a rocky island neighbour. From the thirteenth century, inhabitants of Saint-Malo captured enemies’ ships. In 1308, they had a sworn Read more [...]

  • Sete Tourist Office

    SÈTE, IN THE PAYS DE THAU AREA Vineyards and shellfish. Call in at the premises of the various producers of the Etang de Thau lagoon and sample the highly sought-after oysters in Bouziques. Frontignan and Mireval offer the sweet nectar of Muscat wine, Marseillan is the home Noilly-Prat, and of Read more [...]

  • Orleans Tourist Office

    Orleans is the gateway to the Loire Valley, located 1 hour from Paris, between Beauce and Gâtinais, alongside the largest forest domaniale of France and the Sologne ponds, Orleans, capital of the central region, dominates the top edges Loire of the different expressions of this nature inscribed under cultural landscape Read more [...]

  • Pau Tourisme

    In Pau a single castle tells you a thousand years of history, birthplace of our famous King Henry IV in a city with an atypical destiny … a county close to the Pyrenees, the link between Spain and France … a terroir to Béarnais accents that gave birth to kings, Read more [...]

  • Perigueux Tourist Office

    Perigueux: the town and its history Discovering Perigueux is like looking through a history book. Climb aboard the time machine and let’s discover the history of our town. By visiting the Art and Archaeology Museum in Perigueux you will journey back to mankind’s origins by means of the numerous prehistoric Read more [...]

  • Perpignan Tourist Office

    Perpignan, city of flavors and delicacies. Land of traditions and practice of ancestral creation, nature and freshness. Perpignan, city of artictic and historical interest. The Belle Epoque and the 20’S. Unique and surprising you and not to forget the wine tourism.

  • Poitiers Tourist Office

    As the regional capital and a university city, Poitiers can boast a heritage of 2,000 years of history that is interwoven into its present urban landscape. Surrounded by the rivers Clain and Boivre, the promontory of Poitiers welcomes its visitors in a historic centre of great character, embellished by the Read more [...]

  • Marseille Tourist Office

    Marseille, pearl of South France: Visit and learn about the Old Port: history of an ancient site. The Ferry-boat and the town hall. Hôtel Dieu: the history of Le Panier district. Place de Lenche, St. Laurent Church, MuCEM, Villa Méditerranée, Regards de Provence Museum, La Major Cathedrals, Vieille Charité: former Read more [...]

  • Massy Tourist Office

    Massy is one of the Essonne département’s major economic hubs. In 1958, the government gave the green light to a high-rise social housing development – the Massy-Antony Grand Ensemble – followed in the 1970s by the Nouveau Villaine. At the same time, the Champs-Ronds area (now the Atlantis district) began Read more [...]

  • Metz Tourist Office

    The city of Metz itself is an inside tip if you are looking for a place to go on a weekend trip! So close to Germany – both historically and geographically – but still very French, the city is a true paradise for gourmets, including those on a tight budget. Read more [...]

  • Montluçon Tourist Office

    Montluçon is on the Cher river. The town consists of steep, narrow, winding streets and was was part of the mediaeval duchy of Bourbon. The church of Notre-Dame dates from the fourteenth century and the church of St Pierre partly from the 12th. It has preserved several buildings of the Read more [...]

  • Moutiers Tourist Office

    Moutiers – Capital of Tarentaise valley: Historical city, Dynamic city, City with shops and services, City of the future A definite stop in your itinerary because the charms of the city are multiple. Moûtiers, it’s also first and foremost the capital of the Tarentaise Valley. Moûtiers is a central and Read more [...]

  • Mulhouse Tourist Office

    Vine-lined valleys along a route which glorifies wine, the Vosges mountains on one side and flat farmland on the other, Alsace has many faces. But it has one common feature – the stork, the region’s emblem. It flies over villages, overlooks squares and bids you welcome with its kindly beak. Read more [...]

  • Nancy Tourist Office

    Be charmed by this magical city, its historic city centre and majestic UNESCO World Heritage Listed 18th century squares. Combine this also with its Old City, museums and incomparable Art Nouveau heritage and you can see that Nancy really is a unique and truly splendid city. But the city and Read more [...]

  • Nantes Tourist Office

    Nantes is characterized by the eclecticism of its landscapes and architecture. Its dynamism and the diversity of its cultural events, along with the quality of the environment which won it the label of European Green Capital, have regularly placed Nantes at the top of the best cities to live in.

  • Narbonne Tourist Office

    2500 Years of History – A general visit of Narbonne from Antiquity until nowadays, a perfect way to discover the Via Domitia, the subterranean galleries of the Roman Horreum as well as the monumental set of the Archbishops’ Palace (courtyards, gardens and exteriors), the Cloister and SaintJust-et-Saint-Pasteur Cathedral. The place Read more [...]

  • Nimes Tourist Office

    The Tourist Office in Nimes will help you plan a memorable stay. A friendly guided visit, a turnkey short-stay are all different ways of getting to know and love Nîmes. A different kind of visit Leave the beaten track and visit Nîmes at your own speed: a guided visit in Read more [...]

  • Dijon Tourist Office

    Discover Dijon’s history and savor the charm of the former capital of the Dukes of Burgundy. THE OWL’S TRAIL This 22-segment trail will show you the highlights of our city: Porte Guillaume, the Palace of the States and of the Dukes of Burgundy, Notre-Dame, the Hôtel de Vogüe, Saint-Bénigne and Read more [...]

  • Dinard Tourist Office

    Enjoyment, relaxation and well-being, all in a protected environment… DINARD reveals the different aspects of its appeal throughout the year. Not only are there walks along the seafront amid superb scenery sports and leisure activities, entertainment, sea trips and trips along the River Rance to enjoy, but also the simple Read more [...]

  • Douai Tourist Office

    Among many othr things, discover the Belfry of Douai and its never seen before museum equipped with immersive visual and sound devices. This new presentation reveals the history of the town and reveals all the belfries of France and Belgium that are part of World Heritage of Humanity by Unesco. Read more [...]

  • Dunkerque Tourist Office

    Dunkirk is 5 BEACHES, 5 ATMOSPHERES! SEA, FUN AND BEACH Bray-Dunes Gravelines, our beaches are not a myth … They extend out of sight and make our coastline unmissable for families, sports enthusiasts, nature lovers and fans of great spaces. A wonderful weekend… or more, that’s what you need to Read more [...]

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