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by Natco
7 years ago
Saint-Malo Travel Guide

Saint-Malo's main draw-card is the walled city itself featuring cobbled streets, tall granite mansion blocks, laneways, open squares and an abundance of hotels, restaurants bar and shops all enclosed by the massive ramparts.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Saint-Etienne Travel Guide

Located on the Massif Central mountain range in the Rhône-Alpes region of eastern central France, the city of Saint-Étienne is the capital of the Loire department. Formerly known as a mining and industrial center, urban renewal undertaken in recent years has transformed Saint-Étienne into a city of art...

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Rouen Travel Guide

An ancient city featuring a beautifully restored medieval section and Gothic Cathedral, Rouen is considered to be of the highlights of the Normandy region as well as one of France's most beautiful cities.

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by Natco
7 years ago
Rennes Travel Guide

Situated in north-western France, there are plenty of interesting things to see and do in the city of Rennes.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Reims Travel Guide

The city of Reims in northern France is best known as the home of champagne and the Norte Dame Cathedral.

History
by Natco
7 years ago
Chateau de Chaumont Travel Guide

Located in the Loire Valley region, Chateau de Chaumont is one of the largest and most popular of the many medieval castles dotted throughout the region. The Chateau towers over the village of Chaumont-sur Loire on the banks of the Loire River and is located approximately 12 miles from the town of Blois.

History
by Natco
7 years ago
Chateau de Chambord travel guide

The Chateau of Chambord is the most recognized and magnificent of all of the castles in France. Located in the town of Chambord in the beautiful Loire Valley, Chateau de Chambord is a popular tourist attraction, with crowds drawn by its rich history and stunning blend of medieval and classical Italian architecture characteristic of the French Renaissance period.

History
by Natco
7 years ago
Chateau of Azay-le-Rideau travel guide

Chateau d'Azay-le-Rideau is one of the Loire Valley's earliest Renaissance castles, completed in 1527. The chateau is located on an island within the Indre River, surrounded by a romantic park and appears to float on water with its foundations rising up from the waterline.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Chartres travel guide

Located at the heart of Cosmetic Valley, Chartres is a small town in northern central France often referred to as "Capital of Light and Perfume".

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Poitiers Travel Guide

Situated on the Clain River, the small city of Poitiers in central France is rich in history having provided the staging ground for two pivotal battles and as the home of the country’s second oldest university. Getting To and Around Poitiers Located 120km inland from the Atlantic...

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by Natco
7 years ago
Perpignan Travel Guide

With so much to see and do is such a small town, it is no wonder that artist Salvador Dali considered Perpignan to be the "Centre of the Universe".

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Pau Travel Guide

Overlooking the valley of the river Gave de Pau on the northern edge of the Pyrenees, the city of Pau is popular with holiday-makers and outdoor sports enthusiasts as a starting point for accessing the Parc National des Pyrenees.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Narbonne Travel Guide

Situated just nine miles from the Mediterranean Sea, the once prosperous port town of Narbonne in southwestern France is now enjoyed for its beaches, relaxing boat rides along the canal running through the town center and its proximity to the surrounding vineyards.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Nancy Travel Guide

Located in the Lorraine region of north-eastern France, Nancy is exudes and air of grace and sophistication having once served as an epicentre of the Art Nouveau movement.   How To Get To and Around Nancy Direct connections to Nancy are available on...

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Montpellier Travel Guide

Montpellier is the capital city of the Languedoc-Rousillon region in the southwest of France. It is a small yet vibrant city largely due to its young population of university students, thriving gay community and proximity to the beach which comes alive during the warmer months.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Metz Travel Guide

A town of art and history, Metz is located in north-eastern France at the junction of the Moselle and Seille rivers.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Lourdes Travel Guide

Local teenager Bernadette Soubirous witnessed the apparition of the Virgin Mary 18 times, with the first appearance in the Grotto in 1858. Since then, Lourdes has transformed from a sleepy market town into the largest Marian pilgrimage destination in the world.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Loire Valley Travel Guide

The third most popular tourist destination in France behind Paris and the Riviera, the Vallee de la Loire is renowned for its fine wines, impressive castles and unspoiled countryside. It has been dubbed the "Garden of France" and is also considered to be the "Cradle of the French Language".

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Limoges Travel Guide

With a variety of historical sites and vibrant bar scene thanks to the large local population of college students, there is much to see and do in the small city of Limoges, located in west-central France.

Travel & Places
by Natco
7 years ago
Le Havre Travel Guide

Situated at the mouth of the river Seine of the English Channel in north-western France, Le Havre is the second busiest port city in France after Marseille. Founded in 1517 to provide an alternative port after silt created problems at the existing ports of Harfleur and Honfleur, it...

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