• Grenoble Tourist Office

    CITY IN THE HEART OF MOUNTAINS Grenoble makes it all possible: yes, you can love city life and wildlife at the same time, enjoy winter and summer altogether, mountain hikes and contemporary art exhibitions on a same day, you may strongly support sustainable development and be keen on archaeology, too. Read more [...]

  • L’Ile-Rousse Tourist Office

    Welcome to L’Ile-Rousse, quoted Pascal Paoli In need of conviviality and well-being for your next holiday in Corsica? Why not find it with us, the beautiful paoline city, L’Ile-Rousse … Overlooking one of the most beautiful bays of the Mediterranean, north west of Corsica in the heart of Balagne, Ile Read more [...]

  • La Rochelle Tourist Office

    Thirst of culture? Follow a guided tour to discover the glory days of La Rochelle, a rich and rebel merchant city, its historical links with England, its monuments like the famous Towers of La Rochelle in the Old Port or the magnificent Town’s hall… Walk around the arcades streets and Read more [...]

  • Lannion Tourist Office

    Lannion is nature and landmarks. Visit Castel Erek with its granite promontory and vast panoramic view. But also, discover stand up paddling. The nautical base of enables more of us earthlings to leave “dry land”. Children and adults alike have chosen ‘stand up paddling’, a board propelled with a paddle. Read more [...]

  • Le Havre Tourist Office

    Le Havre on the World Heritage list. In July 2005, UNESCO listed Le Havre’s city, rebuilt by Auguste Perret, as a World Heritage site. Perret was a major 20th century architect, a “concrete poet” and an innovator. Atelier Perret pulled off the feat of taking classic tradition and combining it Read more [...]

  • Le Mans Tourist Office

    Le Mans is the ideal destination for a stopover, a weekend of walks and sightseeing or a base for exploring the region. Located in the department of Sarthe, the Great West door between the Paris Basin and Brittany, between the castles of the Loire, the Normandy beaches and Mont St Read more [...]

  • Lille Tourist Office

    Lille was in turn under Flemish, Burgundian and Spanish rule before becoming French, and is bursting with architectural treasures reflecting the city’s many facets. Make sure you look up to admire the magnificent façades along the streets, which give each neighbourhood its own special identity.

  • Limoges Tourist Office

    Limoges’s diverse heritage and imposing monuments can be surprising : Saint-Etienne cathedral, which dominates the River Vienne valley, or the Saint-Michel-des-Lions church. Even the architecture of the 20th century is grandiose like the emblematic Bénédictins railway station, with its unusual oriental look, ESTER Technopole, wich looks like a huge saucer, Read more [...]

  • Lorient Tourist Office

    The Lorient area, a land of encounters in the heart of south Brittany. The fresh breezes blowing from the north west and the warm winds coming up from the south meet here to create a landscape of contrasts, subtle plays of light and a climate that is undeniably mild: the Read more [...]

  • Lourdes Tourist Office

    Of course there’s the Lourdes Sanctuary but there are plenty of other exceptional sites including beautiful nature scenery to see: Château fort, Le Pic de Jer, Pic du Midi, Gavarnie, Cauterets, Pont d’Espagne, Parc National des Pyrénées

  • Lyon Tourist Office

    Discover the town of Lyon: Place Bellecour, Vieux Lyon, Perrache, Amphithéâtres, Fourvière, Parc des hauteurs, Mur peint des Lyonnais, Place des Terreaux, Cordeliers, Berges du Rhône, Place des Jacobins. From June to August, a nocturnal visit let’s you discover the monuments sublimated by an exceptional urban lighting.

  • Brest Tourist Office

    Bordered by the sea and by the very tip of Finistère, Brest is a natural city with more than its fair share of lovely walks. Surrounded by remarkable natural sites, the city centre is jam-packed with green spaces and places to stroll. A wander along the coast, a picnic with Read more [...]

  • Caen Tourist Office

    Travel through the history of the city of Caen and discover its rich heritage: from the time of William the Conqueror with the ducal castle and the two abbeys to the Battle of Normandy with the famous museum Le Mémorial de Caen, the city has preserved its soul through the Read more [...]

  • Cannes Tourist Office

    The history of Cannes is as much singular as its bay is spellbounded. The Beaches and La Croisette magnify a seafront spotted by the Lérins Islands. In addition the Old Port and Le Suquet bring a picturesque supplement to its prestigious aura. You are invited to a delicious stroll in Read more [...]

  • Chambery Tourist Office

    Over the years, Chambery with its rich history and unique heritage has become a popular tourist destination. Stroll around the streets of the historic centre of Chambery, once the capital of the state of Savoy and discover the quality of its hotels, restaurants, shops and much more. It’s a city Read more [...]

  • Cherbourg Tourist Office

    All aboard the Adèle! Discover the world’s largest man-made harbour on a boat trip and learn about the incredible story of its construction. A walk around town Discover the «boêls» (small streets) hidden in the heart of the old town. Take a moment in the pedestrian area to indulge in Read more [...]

  • Clermont-Ferrand Tourist Office

    Clermont-Ferrand has an exceptional setting – born of fire, water and air, in the land of the Auvergne volcanoes: a mere stone’s throw away, eighty sleeping volcanoes are silhouetted against the sky, dominated by their landmark, the Puy de Dôme. At Vulcania, the unique European Park of Volcanism, your heart Read more [...]

  • Dieppe Tourist Office

    Sheltered between two high cliffs, Dieppe stretches on either side of the river Arques. Seaside and tourist resort of the Alabaster coast valued by the English and Parisians, the town has conserved very few architectural souvenirs of its golden age. The 14th and 15th centuries saw the birth of several Read more [...]

  • Aubusson Tourist Office

    The center of Aubusson life revolves around tapestry and carpets. They have been famous throughout the world since the 14th century. It all started with the arrival of weavers from Flanders around 1580 who took refuge at the confluence of the Creuse River and the Beauze. There’s the Musée Départemental Read more [...]

  • Aurillac Tourist Office

    If you’re a food-lover and want to find out and experience the best of European gastronomy, come and join some 30,000 visitors like you for a tasty weekend in Aurillac … ! The festival unites food and culture and provides magic moments for all the family. The highlight of the Read more [...]

  • Avignon Tourist Office

    Avignon, for some time capital of Christendom in the Middle Ages, retains the indelible mark of its grandiose destiny: the Palais des Papes (Palace of the Popes), the Saint-Benezet brigde, called the « pont d’Avignon » of worldwide fame through its commemoration by the song, and the ramparts constitute an Read more [...]

  • Bastia Tourist Office

    BASTIA ART TO NATURE City of Art and History, Bastia has a rich baroque heritage both civil and religious. Hidden in a maze of picturesque streets, the many shrines and huge churches contain priceless trésors. Located in the picturesque area of ​​the Citadel, the Governors Palace offers a prestigious setting Read more [...]

  • Bayonne Tourist Office

    In southwestern France, Bayonne is ideally situated for access to the Pyrenees mountains and the Atlantic coast. The town, sitting on the confluence of the Nive and Adour rivers, boasts a wealth of gourmet traditions and events which reflect both its Basque and Gascon influences. Thousands of years of history Read more [...]

  • Bergerac Tourist Office

    A proud city set along the banks of the Dordogne overlooking the endless journeys of the traditional scows with a renaissance heart. The town itself is closely watched by the shadow of the “nosey” Cyrano. Discover its history… The name of Bergerac is linked to the existence of a castle Read more [...]

  • Besançon Tourist Office

    Fall under the spell of Besançon’s old town. Epicenter of culture, it has a rich and diverse number of collections shared between museums in the city center and the Citadelle. The Museum of Fine Arts and Archeology and the Time museum both house prestigious masterpieces. BESANCON IS THE BIRTHPLACE OF Read more [...]

  • Beziers Tourist Office

    A CRESCENT moon curled against the riverbank Béziers is built upon a solid, unyielding stone bluff forming a bend in the Orb river, against which the town holds all the traces of its history. Its beautiful houses, and its churches have seen many a dramatic historical event unfold. You never Read more [...]

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