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Beauvais

 
Beauvais The city of Beauvais is interesting particularly for its Cathedral. There is not much in Paris-Beauvais Airport, besides the somewhat-out-of-the-way airport that is home to RyanAir and other low-budget, no-frills airlines. A bus system links Beauvais to Paris, departing from the Porte Maillot bus depot. One-way bus ticket is 13. Location Beauvais lies at the foot of wooded hills on the left bank of the Therain at its confluence with the Avelon. Its ancient ramparts have been destroyed, and it is now surrounded by boulevards, outside which run branches of the Therain. In addition, there are spacious promenades in the north-east of the town. Beauvais Cathedral Its cathedral, dedicated to Saint Peter (Cathed...
 

Antibes

 
Antibes Antibes is a city on the French Riviera on the Mediterranean sea. It lies between Cannes and Nice. Antibes is know as Antibol and Antibo in local languages. To get there from Nice by rail it takes only 20 km. Other close cities are Monaco, Menton and St. Tropez. Antibes was fortified along the sea coast, but all ramparts were demolished in 1860. The new Antibes town rose outside of the old walls. On the Roman harbor place, there is a newly built yacht marina since 1960 and now it is a largest marina on the Cote DAzur by total tonnage. There is also an international yacht club. Antibes is in the department of Alpes Maritimes. Covers many areas including: - Antibes proper ( Vieux or Old Town)...
 

Auvergne

 
Auvergne The Auvergne is a rugged region in central France. It's a great place to go if you like hiking and other outdoor activities. On a small surface you will find awe-inspiring non-active volcanoes, lakes, rivers and forests. The capital Clermont-Ferrand has many historic sights and is well worth a visit. It is also a good base to arrange the rest of your trip....
 

Paris

 
Paris Paris is known as The City of Lights and absolutely deserves this name. But it is much more than just the City of Lights. Paris is one of the best travel destinations. It has everything a traveller could possibly wish for. A stay in Paris should at least include a visit to the Louvre, one of the most impressive and well known museums in the world; a climb of the Eiffel tower; and a climb to the top of Notre Dame Cathedral. You should also climb the steps to the Sacr Coeur in Montmartre, stroll around the Place du Tertre in front of it, visit the saucy Pigalle district, walk around the Latin quarter - St. Germain, Boulevard St. Michel - and feel the atmosphere of the street performers outside the Centre Pompidou...
 

Franche Comte

 
Franche Comte The Franche Comte is a region located between the Alsace, Burgundy and Switzerland. You will find a bit of all three in this beautiful, hilly region, which produces great cheeses and fine wines to go with them. With 6000 km of navigable rivers, over 80 lakes and hundreds of ponds the area is great for people who love to swim, kayak, canoe or raft. The waterfalls of Herisson, Doubs and Ognon, and the lakes of Jura and Mille Etang de Haute-Saone are just some of the possible destinations. In the forests around these lakes and rivers there are plenty of paths and roads for hiking and biking. There are literally thousand of places to get lost and wander around in a peaceful surrounding. For the lovers of culture and...
 

BaumelesMessieurs and Cirque

 
BaumelesMessieurs and Cirque There is little point in trying to describe the wonderful Cirque de Baume in words. Baume-les-Messieurs owes its name to a 16th century decision that its abbey should be run by secular canons. It has an outstanding situation below the Cirque and the Abbey buildings allow for a visit of some length....
 

Southern France

 
Southern France A justifiably popular destination the region of Provence combines historic sites a warm climate striking scenery and some of the best restaurants in France. From the beaches and posh towns of the Riviera such as Nice, Monaco or Cannes to the hilly and mountainous hinterland constantly smelling of perfume and thyme, the Provence offers something to every kind of traveler. Marseille is the largest town in this region and is really the capital of the South. When you talk to one of the locals, don't mention that you like Paris. The Dordogne river valley and de Ardeche offer great hiking and water sport opportunities. Ancient towns, most of Roman origin, such as Orange, Avignon or Arles dot the countryside. Among the w...
 

Bourges

 
Bourges Just a short distance from the geographical centre of France, in the the Cher Departments. It is the capital of the province of Berry. Bourges is the third largest city in the Centre Region with a population of 76000. Fortified city since the Gallic time, of strategic importance during the Hundred Years' war, royal city since the 12th century, capital from which Charles VII reconquered his kingdom, city of art and culture, Bourges has a long and rich history. The main attraction in town is the cathedral of St. Etienne which is a masterpiece of Gothic art and is on UNESCO's most wanted list. Other major sights include the Jacques Coeur palace, and the Aldermen's house....
 

Calvi

 
Calvi The best beaches can be found at Calvi in the north west of Corsica. Already from a distance, one can spot the port towns citadel that can be reached by following the winding alleys. The markets, restaurants and hotels are concentrated around the Basse Ville. Calvi is attracting more beach lovers every year and is slowly turning into one of those popular holiday resorts....
 

Corte

 
Corte Corte (Corti in Corsican) is located at the heart of Corsica and marks the natural boundary between the northern and southern part of Corsica. It became the capital of Corsica when it saw independence for only fourteen years, from 1755 until 1769. The old town citadel houses the Museum of Corsica dedicated to the Corsican history, culture and economy. Because of its central location, Corte is a good point from which to explore the nearby mountains....
 

 

 

 

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