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In the 4 corners of France

Aix-Les-Bains

Discover the Alps’ French Riviera

Protected by the surrounding mountains and cradled by le Lac du Bourget, largest natural lake in France, Aix les Bains is the ideal destination for spa visitors, hikers, skiers, and recreational boaters, whether travelling alone, as a family or with friends. We recommend : To arrive by le lac du Bourget to discover l’Abbaye d’Hautecombe and combine the pleasure of sailing with the visit of a cistercian abbey.

Andilly

Discover the Paris region

Charming village set on a hillside looking towards Paris, Andilly lies between the town of Montmorency and the Domont plateau, 32 km from Paris. Ideally located between Roissy Airport and the business district of la Défense, near the Stade de France and “Parc Asterix”, Andilly is the ideal destination to discover Paris and its surroundings, in a quiet environment away from the hustle and bustle of the french capital. We recommend : A visit to the magnificent castle of Chantilly, its park and its famous large stables, located 30 km from Andilly.

Avignon

Discover the Popes’ City

Avignon, european capital of culture in 2000, nest of the most prestigious theater festival, is a unique destination with many marvels to discover. Located 10 minutes from Avignon, 45 kilometers from the Mont Ventoux and les Alpilles, the village of Védène is a good compromise between the city and the nature to visit “la Cité des Papes” while enjoying the peacefulness of a provencal village. Did you know that ? Despite what we could think when listening to the famous song ” Sur le Pont d’Avignon”, in the Middle Ages we didn’t dance on the bridge but under the bridge, as Avignon’s famous bridge was not overlooking water but an island with many “guinguettes”.

Bordeaux

Discover the pearl of Aquitaine

Bordeaux, world wine capital, enjoys international recognition. It has a wealth of historic sites and monuments while taking advantage of an exceptional natural environment gateway to the Iberian Peninsula. The wine city is historically classified as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Bordeaux is a city rich in history but also turned toward the future. Cradled by La Garonne and steps away from the Atlantic Ocean, Bordeaux is a city to discover and rediscover, according to one’s desire and curiosity. Did you know that ? The name of Bordeaux comes from the fact that it is located between la Garonne and the ocean, hence the name “au bord de l’eau” (near the water).

Cannes

Discover the city of festivals

Cannes has 2 faces, so different but both amazing. Glamourous Cannes with the white sandy beach, la Croisette and its renowned hotels, the luxury shops, le Palais des Festivals with its red carpet and the famous International Film Festival. Secret Cannes, a luminous city nestled between the Esterel Massif and the Mediterranean sea, offering its visitors the opportunity to enjoy the seaside, discover the charm of the hinterland or the beautiful Mercantour moutains, under the radiant riviera sun shining all year round. Did you know that ? The 1st International Film Festival which was to take place in 1939, had to be postponed because of the second world war, and the 1st Festival will eventually be held 7 years later in 1946.

Grenoble

Discover the French Alps Capital

French Alps capital and the birthplace of Alpine skiing, Grenoble is a dynamic city at the forefront of technological innovation with its famous research centers and laboratories. Grenoble is an historical and cultural, yet sporting city, making it a tremendously liveable city for moutain or city-dwellers. We recommend : To take the famous cable-car to go visit le Fort de la Bastille, and enjoy the amazing view over Grenoble. Icing on the cake in winter with the snow-capped moutains offering a breathtaking panorama.

Le Grau-du-Roi

Discover the Camargue

With an extraordinary variety of plants and wildlife, the Camargue is an unspoiled land, offering its visitors a huge range of activities at all seasons. Nestled between sea and pond, the typical village of le Grau du Roi, is the perfect place for family vacations and the ideal starting point for excursions. Did you know that ? Why do we often see pink flamingos sleeping on one leg ? Pink flamingos have webbed feet often standing in water, as they have a good balance, they take advantage of their sleep to warm their feet by putting them alternately into their plumage.

Lille

Discover the capital of Flanders

Merchant city since its origins, Lille is called “La Capitale des Flandres” (the capital city of the Flanders region) and is well-known for its architectural treasures. Proud of its festive and culinary traditions, Lille remains a human-sized city and reflects the generosity and the warmth of its locals. Did you know ? The well-known “Braderie de Lille” took place until recently on the Monday following the first Sunday of September. It used to be a bank holiday for locals. It stems from an old tradition which allowed household workers to sell to their benefit used clothes and items belonging to their masters on this occasion.

Lyon

Discover the capital of Gaul

Renowned gastronomic capital of France and listed in the UNESCO world heritage, Lyon is a charming city that can be visited at any time of the year. It shines of thousands of flames in a dazzling display for “La Fête des Lumières” in december. It dresses in roses and peonies in the spring in “le parc de la Tête d’Or” and invites its visitors to cool off in the “traboules” in the old Lyon during summer. Did you know that ? Lyon has 2 funiculars, called “Ficelle”, and according to history the first one linking la rue Terme to the boulevard de la Croix Rousse, was the first funicular of the world built in 1862.

Marseille

Discover the Phocéenne city

Marseille, crowned European Capital of Culture in 2013, is a generous city bathed in light and colours that enchants it worldwide visitors all year long. The mediterranean city must be discovered step by step, district by district, “le Vieux Port” or “le Panier” are an invitation to stroll down its picturesques streets, or laze on a sunny terrace drinking a “pastis” or taste a real “bouillabaisse”. Did you know that ? Marseille is the most ancient city in France, founded in 600 before J.C by greek mariners coming from Phocée, hence its nickname “Cité Phocéenne”.

Mulhouse

Discover the city of the hundred chimneys

Second city of Alsace, strategically located on the border of 3 countries, 40 mn from Colmar, 25 mn from Bâle et 30 mn from Freibourg, Mulhouse also is the south entrance on the wine route. Mulhouse has preserved an important heritage from its past reflected in its historical city center and museums, and every year starting in november, the city puts on its christmas clothes for the traditionnal christmas market. We recommend : To visit the museum of la Cité de l’Automobile, a must that brings you on a journey through 400 historic models of racing and prestige cars.

Paris

Discover the City of Lights

Paris has a thousand faces, there is the world famous Paris with its monuments and museums, its prestigious avenues and department stores. On the other side of the mirror, Paris has many hidden treasures waiting to be discovered differently, in the bend of an alley or a bridge, at the end of a passage or a gallery. Paris may be classic or romantic, unusual sometimes, but the fashion capital never ceases to charm its visitors from around the world. We recommend : To discover Paris on foot going from the right bank to the left bank. Right bank, start the promenade from Imperial Rennequin, walk towards the Arc de Triomphe and stroll along the Champs Elysées, then walk through the garden of Les Tuileries until La Pyramide du Louvre, walk along Les Quais de Seine and cross “Le Pont des Amoureux” to get to the left bank. Visit La Cité, admire Cathédrale Notre Dame, and go up the boulevard St Michel until you get to the Jardin du Luxembourg.

Saint-Etienne

Discover the green city

Second major city in the Rhone Alps Region, St Etienne is located at an altitude of 500 m at the foot of the Pilat Massif. City of Art, Design, and History, it offers a wide range of visits and discoveries, without forgetting football with the famous “Equipe des Verts”! We recommend : To go hiking au Crêt de la Perdrix, highest point of the Pilat Massif at 1432m offering a superb view on the Alps.

Toulouse

Discover the pink city

Known for its heartwarming welcome, Toulouse is also a city of art and history with an important architectural and artistic heritage. European capital of the aerospace industry it’s the most dynamic city in France, with over 100,000 resident students. Did You know ? A clock displaying not 12 but 24 hours is located in the historic center of Toulouse. Located at 59 Rue Alsace- Lorraine, it is one of the few visible worldwide !
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