Holidays in France
What holidays are in France? How, what, and when do the French celebrate? What are some interesting traditions? Which holiday will be interesting for tourists, and which should not appear…

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Holidays in France
What holidays are in France? How, what, and when do the French celebrate? What are some interesting traditions? Which holiday will be interesting for tourists, and which should not appear…

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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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Cabaret Moulin Rouge in Paris

Dancing, luxury, celebration, the beauty of the female body is the Moulin Rouge. Who does not dream, while sitting on the couch, to enjoy expensive champagne, wine or cognac, while enjoying charming dances with magical music. No, do not wait for a striptease during the performance! Moulin Rouge is a privileged institution, a museum-club that conveys the spirit of France in dance. Within its walls live only fiery pa, chiseled figures of performers, a magnificent scene and a sea of ​​pleasure. It was here that the cancan was born, became famous throughout the world, attracted millions of tourists. Representations of “Moulin Rouge” are always unusual, bright, rich. They stupefy their heads, make them forget everything ordinary and mundane. A visit to a cabaret is an immersion in the magic of dance, light eroticism and enchanting music. Continue reading

Louvre Museum in Paris

The Louvre is beautiful and huge. Everyone who comes into it will receive a shock (aesthetic, of course). Lost in the Louvre is a tricky business. We will help you navigate in this oversaturated place with beauty. “Mona Lisa” by the unrivaled Leonardo da Vinci. A canvas masterpiece covered in legends and secrets. Nothing attracts tourists so much as the bewitching smile of Gioconda. The second star of the Louvre (only in a row, and not in significance) is Venus of Milos. The creation of the statue of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, dates from about 120 BC. The ideal proportions of the goddess fascinate and attract to itself. According to legend, the creator of the statue died in the arms of his model in a fit of passion. The work was not finished, so the masterpiece was left without hands. Here is a woman! (This refers to the Continue reading

Lonschan Palace in Marseille
Lonshan Palace - an architectural hymn to fresh water in Marseille. It’s impossible not to be enthusiastic, a visit to the Lonshan Palace complex should be included in your program…

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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,…

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Disneyland Paris
Disneyland near Paris is a country of childhood that every child wants to get into, and every adult dreams of returning to it. A planet inhabited by cartoon characters and…

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Eagle's Nest (Le Bo de Provence)
On a barren weathered rock ridge nine hundred meters long and two hundred and eighty meters high - the ruins of the castle. On the mountain, rising to the foot…

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