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Things I love about Boulogne-sur-Mer, in France
• The beach is amazing and very calming • The two caps, Cap Blanc-Nez and Cap Gris-Nez with their beautiful view. • The old city fortress, an interesting travel back in time
What is the Best Pilgrimage Site in France's Dordogne Valley?
Rocamadour is a picturesque village that clings to the side of a cliff overlooking the Alzou River. It has been a renowned Christian pilgrimage site since the Middle-Ages. Both its religious importance and spectacular scenery have qualified Rocamadour as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Grand Site of France (of which there are only 46). The small town of near 600, located near the Lot/Dordogne border in Southwest France, attracts over 1 million visitors a year. Be sure to visit while in the area. For more details, https://etbtravelphotography.com/2019/06/20/a-visitors-guide-to-rocamadour/
What is the best city to use a base to explore France's Dordogne Valley?
While visiting the Dordogne Valley, I recommend staying in Sarlat-la-Canéda and setting aside at least three days for exploring. Sarlat is perfectly situated between amazing natural caves, sacred pilgrimage destinations, and picturesque riverside villages. Not to mention, Sarlat itself is home to the highest concentration of medieval, Renaissance, and 17th-century architecture than any town in France. It also hosts an incredible market. For more details on Sarlat, visit: https://etbtravelphotography.com/2019/06/16/a-guide-to-visiting-sarlat/ For a three day itinerary of the Dordogne Valley, visit: https://etbtravelphotography.com/2019/06/23/three-days-in-the-dordogne-valley/
What is the best World War II Site in France's Limousine?
The ruins of Oradour-sur-Glane is must see for World War II buffs, or frankly just about anyone. The ruins are result of a massive civilian massacre by the Germans. Of over 600 people, there were only 8 survivors who escaped execution by shooting and fire. The ruins, that serve as a memorial, resemble Pompeii, only the town was destroyed by humans not a natural disaster. A very moving place. For more details, visit https://etbtravelphotography.com/2019/06/09/oradour-sur-glane/
What is the Best French Village in the Correze?
Gimel-les-Cascades is a small commune in the Corrèze region of France. Not in my France guide book, this tiny town is truly a hidden gem. It is a picture-perfect French village and was one of my favorite places in the Limousin and the surrounding area. There was so much to see in Gimel-les-Cascades including remains of castle La Rouche Haute, Church Saint Pardoux and its treasury, Chapel of the Penitents, the home of Gaston Vuillier, and of course the waterfalls for which Gimel-les-Cascades is named. For more details visit, https://etbtravelphotography.com/2019/06/13/gimel-les-cascades/
Sunset in Juan les Pins (French Riviera)
It's a little city on the French Riviera, on the waterfront. My apartment is literally 2-min away from the beach... ? Nothing better than the sun setting on the sea after a long day. I love Paris, but I have to admit I miss this view ?
Villefranche, Cruise Destination on the Riviera
A beautiful seaside town on the French Riviera near Monte Carlo, Nice and Cannes with fast and inexpensive train service.
I found your page because I'm thinking of going to Reims maybe this October.What's your favorite bar or neighborhood to go out for drinks ?
for large Open Space the L’Apostrophe i prefer, facility for Bar, Restaurant, Thai, French, Vegetarian↵2. Le Kilberry↵This Irish-inspired pub, popular with students, offers a great atmosphere, good drinks, and excellent music for decent prices
What were the 3 things I liked the most during my trip to Strasbourg ?
Hello, Nice meeting you. I liked Strasbourg as a whole. 1- Le petite France- Little France, traditional Alsace ancient buildings by the river side↵2-There are many cathedrals like Strasbourg Cathedral↵3-Barrage Vauban, it is a kind of bridge built in 1600s
4 activities to do in Nice, France
Côtes d'Azur is the best for its beaches. I’d recommand Antibes or Menton but not Nice itself. - The Promenade des Anglais is over-crowded, you'll probably feel exhausted after a few hours walking there. - Visit La Grotte de Baume Obscure: it's a very interesting grotto, pretty touristy but definitely worth it the trip there. - Go to the Musée Océanographique in Monaco: it's an amazing museum featuring aquariums with astonishing wildlife. - A bit far from Nice, there is the Parc Alpha: it’s a place where you can observe wolves in their natural environment.