Which of us does not know from what word the name of the so-called Champagne drink was so beloved by all. Of course, from the name of the province where this amazing drink is made – Champagne. This region is located east of Paris. You will see medieval churches, timeless castles, villages on the banks of calm rivers, fortresses in the Ardennes and endless vineyards, stretching as far as the horizon, between Reims and Epernay.
If you decide to visit Champagne, then 80 km. from Paris you should drive through the city of La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, where the 7th-century Benedictine abbey is located. Not far from this abbey is Château-Thierry, and Continue reading
You have to visit Paris for the first time in your life, and you are already looking forward to romantic walks and unforgettable experiences? We hasten to disappoint you – many Paris disappoints. And that’s why.
1. Parisians speak French
There is a phrase that sounds something like this: “Paris would be great if not for the Parisians.” This is partly true. Alas, but apparently this property of many residents of tourist cities is not to love foreigners. No, Parisians are not arrogant, and they are not snobs. They are just comfortable in an environment of their own kind. In order to gain the friendship of a Frenchman, you must perfectly speak his language Continue reading
Paris is a world-famous center for cultural, commercial and fashionable life. Before the main Catholic holiday, the capital of France is especially beautiful. Preparations for Christmas begin in Paris at the end of November: Christmas trees are set up in the squares, and festive illumination is everywhere. Paris Christmas Outfit The largest Christmas tree in Paris – 30 meters high – adorns the Tuileries Garden. Champs Elysees, sparkling with millions of electric garland lights, invites tourists to ride the rides and listen to live music. Christmas fairs begin, with stalls stylized as village houses. The largest fair is waiting for its customers in the quarter of Defense – 350 houses. Here you can buy homemade products from farmers from different regions of France, try homemade cakes, drink mulled wine or apple juice. Traditionally, Christmas souvenirs, soap, jewelry, ceramics, toys are sold at fairs. The most Continue reading