What can’t and can be imported into France
Customs regulations in the EU are complex, in addition, France has the right to tighten them. We will understand that it is impossible to bring to France a tourist, what…

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St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Nice
St. Nicholas Cathedral is the center of the spiritual life of the Russian colony in southern France. This is an object of cultural heritage of the two powers. The interest…

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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…

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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

Cannes city and resort

Cannes (as well as Caen or Cannes) is one of the most popular and expensive resorts of the Cote d’Azur. It is located in the southeastern part of France, in the east of the French Riviera, near the border with Italy. Back in the 19th century, Cannes became a favorite vacation spot of Russian elites, and in the 20th century, after the Second World War, the resort grew sharply after the start of the famous international film festival. Air traffic Cannes has its own airport, but regular and charter flights from Russia do not fly here. Mandelieu Airport accepts only private jets. If you do not have your own air vehicle or you are not planning to get to Cannes with a rented business jet, the nearest suitable airport is Nice Cote d’Azur, Nice Airport. Travel options through Paris or Lyon are also possible, from where Cannes can be easily reached in 5 hours or 4 Continue reading

Nice resort in France

Founded by the ancient Greeks, Nice, which was a favorite vacation spot of the Victorian aristocracy in the 19th century, is located in the southeastern part of France and is one of the most important resorts of the Cote d’Azur. Included in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region. Nice is the administrative center of nine cantons (from Nice-1 to Nice-9), the center of the Nice district and the Alpes-Maritimes department. The city stands on the shore of the Gulf of Angels of the Mediterranean Sea, in the extreme southeast of the continental part of the country. Air connections Nice – Cote d’Azur – the third airport in France in terms of passenger traffic. It is widely used by tourists from different countries for traveling to Nice, Cannes, Saint-Tropez, Monaco and part of the Italian Continue reading

Eurothermes resorts offer great and affordable vacation
In addition to the world famous Vichy and Biaritsa, in France there are many other worthy medical resorts. They are not much inferior to the promoted European health resorts. But…

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Weather in Paris for months
What weather awaits tourists in Paris? What months are best for traveling? Which is not recommended to go to? How do the weather and hotel room prices compare? What weather…

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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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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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