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Promenade de la Croisette

Promenade de la Croisette (Cannes) — promenade (beachside boulevard) is one of the more popular sites in the seaside Cote d’Azure town of Cannes – stretching 2 km. along the Mediterranean. It also acts as a major beach destination during the Summer. Visitors will also notice luxury hotels, designer shops and trendy nightspots within walking […]

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Villefranche-sur-Mer

Villefranche-sur-Mer (outskirts of Nice) – located just outside of Nice, this is a small beach resort and residential town. One popular beach in this area is Paloma Beach, which got its name from Paloma Picasso (since the Picasso family once frequented this beach). There’s a seafood restaurant of the same name (that fills up with […]

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Les Nuits de Fourvière Festival

Les Nuits de Fourvière Festival (Lyon) – this is an event that stretches from early June to the end of July every year. It consists of 28 days of a variety of entertainment – from theater & circus performances, to dance, opera, and pop and World Music concerts. Musical artists who have performed there range […]

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Tour de France

Tour de France (various points with France) – held every July, this is France’s world-renowned multi-stage bicycle race, which runs a course throughout the country. A mostly French event in the past, it now draws in professional bicyclists from all over the globe. Although there are currently other major bicycle races in other countries (such […]

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Moët & Chandon Cellars

Moët & Chandon Cellars (20 avenue de Champagne, 51200 Epernay) – to walk through Moët & Chandon’s wine cellars in Epernay is to enter the very heart of this champagne maker. Located 10 to 30-meters under the chalky soil, Moët & Chandon’s cellars are the largest within the Champagne region, spanning 28km (approx.. 17.4 miles). […]

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Parc Astérix

Parc Astérix (60128 Plailly) – visitors to this amusement park come here to appreciate contemporary pop French culture. This theme park is named after the famed animated Gaullic character Asterix (created by comic book artists Albert Uderzo and René Goscinny) – whose status in France is similar to Mickey Mouse in USA. Located 35 km […]