Exploring Provence's Luberon Valley By Bike (and Car, and Foot) https://t.co/wbs8SNcQDm— The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) October 31, 2022 … [Read more...] about Exploring Provence’s Luberon Valley
Labyrinth pavement at Chartres Cathedral, France. This huge limestone labyrinth was laid in floor of nave at Chartres towards end of rebuilding of cathedral after fire of 1194.#archaeohistories pic.twitter.com/fqy5tCZk1N— Archaeo - Histories (@archeohistories) July 24, 2022 … [Read more...] about Labyrinth pavement at Chartres Cathedral, France
Saint-Émilion is all about wine: growing grapes, wine-making, wine-trading and wine drinking. … [Read more...] about Saint-Émilion, France
How can you avoid looking like a tourist in France?When asked at couture shows in Paris, locals almost always had the same answer about what pieces scream "American" to them: leggings. https://t.co/5Yar7t7M4e— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 10, 2022 … [Read more...] about How to avoid looking like a tourist in France?
The Loire is loved for its whites, but it also makes excellent reds https://t.co/tmGk7g70C4— The Guardian (@guardian) July 10, 2022 … [Read more...] about The Loire is loved for its wines
Angers is a bustling French city with the medieval architecture. … [Read more...] about Photo of the Day: Angers, France
Auray is the small charming picturesque village, the very representation of Bretagne, with cobbled streets, timbered houses, flower-decorated windows and patisseries. Supermarkets and mini markets are just a ten minute walk away along the river and there are plenty of shops along the way if you feel the need to get some shopping done. … [Read more...] about Auray, Brittany, France
Angers, a perfect place to start before exploring the Loire Valley. And if you’re feeling hungry, this medium French town is well worth a visit for some fine dining and some of the best mussels and wine you’ll have ever tasted! … [Read more...] about View of Angers and the Maine river