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What to see and do in Aisne, Picardy

The department of Aisne in Picardy is the ancient cradle of France. Its capital Laon was once also the capital of France, and it is …

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The Prune route of France

There is a museum near Agen in south-west France that will move you in a way no museum has moved you before. You’ll feel your …

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The Wine Expert’s guide to the Languedoc

Situated on the south coast of France, Languedoc is one of the biggest wine producing regions in the world. Annual production is the equivalent of …

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Franche-Comté’s UNESCO World Heritage sites

Franche-Comté in eastern France is in the region of Burgundy-Franche-Comté and borders Switzerland. It’s a lush green land of mountains and pine forests, lakes and …

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Locals Guide to: Bordeaux

We asked Anthony Deperi who lives and works in Bordeaux, about his favourite places in the sunny city. Originally from Alsace, he loves to explore …

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15 amazing things to do in Normandy

Normandy spreads over a sizeable chunk of northern France. And, with enough sights and activities to keep even the pickiest tourist happy for weeks, how …

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Agincourt | The legends and a historic museum

There are no real winners when two nations fall out, but today we live in an age when wars can rumble on for years and …

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A tasty tour of Dordogne by 2CV

Dordogne is one of the most stunningly pretty parts of France. A land of outstanding natural beauty, forests and vineyards, where ancient castles seem to …

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Venasque, Provence

Venasque is a small but perfectly pretty village. You’ll find it in the centre of the Vaucluse department of Provence, to the south-east of Carpentras …

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Pompidou Centre Paris

You never forget your first sight of the Pompidou Centre in Paris. It’s a colourful, unique and totally iconic building. It’s an inside out building, …

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