Museums in Marseille
Marseille is a large port city in France. He is not inferior to Paris in beauty and size. For relaxation, it has everything: sandy beaches, the Mediterranean climate, a fish…

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French Riviera
Cote d'Azur (French Cote d'Azur) or French Riviera - a resort coast in the southeastern part of France. It stretched almost half the length of the Mediterranean coastline belonging to…

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Palace Versailles
Versailles is the world famous symbol of France, saturated with the history of a great country, the spirit of palace intrigues and, of course, love dramas. The attraction includes a…

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La Croisette in Cannes

Cannes is a city of luxury, wealth and chic. The popularity of this town holds a film festival. The world of celebrities, public figures will always attract mere mortals. The main place for demonstrating diamonds and other attributes of the wealth of famous people of this world is the Croisette. The three-kilometer embankment is designed to show themselves and explore others. Incredibly beautiful yachts, ships, the sea coast on the one hand, and the glittering of famous hotels, casinos, palaces, expensive cars – on the other. Tall palms, flowers, street musicians and pantomimes, and, of course, recognizable faces complement the beauty. Local residents, and just vacationers, make evening and morning runs. Of Continue reading

Hotel Negresco in Nice

Nice. Cote d’Azur. Promenade des Anglais. Hotel in the neoclassical style “Negresco”. More than a century has passed since the opening of the institution, but, as in the old days, its popularity is very high. The halls in the styles of Madame Pompadour, Louis XVI, Napoleon III, Art Deco will be transferred to the time of luxury, sophistication and French charm. Do not be surprised if you meet celebrities in the corridors and halls of the hotel. The creams of society from different countries stop here. The business elite and government representatives conduct negotiations and business meetings in salons of antique furniture and antiques. Honestly, there are a lot of negative impressions on sites on the Internet about being in this famous historic building in Nice. Complaints concern dilapidated furniture, idle air conditioners, a musty smell, broken bathrooms. What can be countered by such arguments: the furniture is not old but old, the hotel is a museum Continue reading

Marseille old port

The old port of Marseille is the most visited part of the city by tourists. Everyone who came here hurries to go from the Old Port on an excursion to If Castle. Gourmets do not miss the opportunity to taste the exquisite and world-famous sea delicacies in the port restaurants. For lovers of sea walks are offered sightseeing boats, yachts. Such a trip will reveal to you the beauty of the city from the sea. Very close to the port are the famous historical monuments of Marseille: the Town Hall, the abbey of Saint-Victor, the cathedral of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde. From here you can continue your journey through the Mediterranean. The path to the heart of Marseille (how to get there) To get to the Old Port, take the metro. The station you need is called Vieux-Port Hotel de Ville. Taxis in France are expensive, but for the Continue reading

Champs Elysees in Paris
The Champs Elysees is a place of unification of the French people into a single whole in the days of national fun or sorrow. Visiting this attraction of Paris is…

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What money is in France
France became the first country in the world in which euro cash was introduced. Until 2002, the country used the French franc, which consisted of 100 centimes. Interestingly, for the…

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Notre Dame Cathedral
When we hear "Notre Dame de Paris", involuntarily in our minds emerge the heroes of the novel by Victor Hugo. The French writer wanted to draw the attention of his…

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What can not be done in France
How to spend a vacation in France without trouble? What should tourists not do in order not to spoil the rest? Read the answers in this article. Do not throw…

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