France
  • Aix-en-Provence

    Aix-en-Provence is the epitome of old world France with 17th and 18th century character. Located in the mountainous region of Provence-Alps-Côte d'A...

  • Ajaccio

    Located on the majestic Mediterranean island of Corsica, Ajaccio is surrounded by untouched mountains, forests and coastline. Apart from wonderful sun...

  • Arles

    An artists dream city, Vincent Van Gogh spent two years in Arles capturing the Roman capital's beautiful vistas while Picasso was moved by the exc...

  • Avignon

    In 1309, Pope Clement V shifted the papacy from Rome to Avignon, in his native France. Since then, the papacy has been moved back to Rome, but the gl...

  • Bastia

    Bastia is the second largest city on the Mediterranean island of Corsica, known to the Ancient Greeks as Kallisto - "the most beautiful." This island...

  • Biarritz

    The varied Aquitaine region's history began thousands of year's ago when Cro-magnon man lived in the caves of the Périgord and left cave pain...

  • Bordeaux

    Aquitaine's capital, Bordeaux is a thriving port city on the Garonne River with beautiful 18th-century mansions and architecture, including its Gr...

  • Caen

    Caen is ideal for history buffs who want to either go back in time to stroll in the steps of William the Conqueror and Queen Mathilda, visiting their ...

  • Cannes

    The French Riviera along the Mediterranean coast, provides its guests with fashionable elegant surroundings in an international atmosphere. Cannes, h...

  • Chamonix

    Chamonix, the site of the first Winter Olympics in 1924, is home of some of the best and most extensive skiing areas in the world. The slopes, howev...

  • Corte

    Corte, the fortress city and the villages admirably situated, have a wealth of frescoes in their Roman or Baroque sanctuaries....

  • Deauville

    Created by the Duc de Morny in the 1860's, this resort is just two hours from Paris and a hot vacation spot for well-to-do Parisians. Located on ...

  • Dijon

    Dijon is the age-old capital of Burgundy. Throughout the Middle Ages, Burgundy was a duchy that led a separate existence for the rest of France, culm...

  • Grenoble

    Grenoble is a hub of intellect and youthful exuberance. This scenic city is situated in between four mountain ranges offering incomparable views and ...

  • Honfleur

    This fishing and sailing port was a very important area for impressionist paintings due to its rich history and even richer scenery. Fifteenth- and 1...

  • La Rochelle

    On the Atlantic coast, between the châteaux of the Loire Valley and the Bordeaux vineyards, lies Poitou-Charentes, one of the sunniest parts of the F...

  • Le Mont-St. Michel

    Le Mont-St-Michel is a superb example of ancient architecture and it is one of France's premier tourist attractions due to its world renowned abbey of...

  • Lyon

    Lyon, France's second largest city, is a culinary and visual treat for the refined traveler. The city is situated at the meeting of the Rhone and...

  • Marseille

    France's oldest and third largest city, Marseille, is a bustling port with a lively local atmosphere. Located in the Mediterranean region of Prov...

  • Monaco

    Monaco is often described as the playground for the rich and famous, and with its amazing beaches and casinos, it is has become a glittering and glamo...

  • Nice

    Nice is cosmopolitan and chic, with sun-drenched beaches and a spicy personality. It's nightlife is infamous, with bars, discoteques, and casinos...

  • Nimes

    The town of Nîmes was built with Roman labor on seven hills commemorating Augustus's victory over Antony and Cleopatra, the entire town is built arou...

  • Orleans

    Located in the lush Loire River Valley, Orleans is an oasis of fairy-tale castles, expansive vineyards, and majestic forests. Its royal châteaux and...

  • Paris

    Paris, city of art. Paris, city of style. Paris, the city of lights! What better travel destination is there than Paris? Come experience the ro...

  • Propriano

    Trees cover nearly half the Corsica countryside where Propriano and Sartene are located. The mountain peaks reach to the height of 8,900 feet - all e...

  • Reims

    During the 19th century, the French envisioned an idea for a model city. The result of this idea became Reims. The city is most widely recognized fo...

  • Rennes

    A strategically located little town, Rennes was named regional capital of Brittany in 1532, devastated by a six-day fire in 1720, and re-built into an...

  • Rouen

    In 1431 Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in the city of Rouen. Today Rouen, the capital of Seine-Maritime in northern France, is a seaport for Pari...

  • St. Jean Cap Ferrat

    One of the chicest locations along the Côte d'Azur, this awe-inspiring 9-mile promontory boasts luxurious villas, charming and secluded bays, beaches...

  • St. Tropez

    The people of St. Tropez have a deep devotion to the sun, and the sand. What was once a small fishing village has since turned to a playground for ot...

  • Strasbourg

    The sophisticated town of Strasbourg sits just kilometers from the France/Germany border. This proximity has allowed the town to adopt a unique cultu...

  • Toulouse

    The enormous history, culture, and grace that blesses the Languedoc-Roussillon region is epitomized in Toulouse. The eclectic architecture and friend...

  • Tours

    Tours once served as the capital of the French Kingdom, but today stands as the urban centerpiece of the majestic Loire region. Tour's outrageous...

  • Trouville

    Once a fishing village, Trouville became popular in the 19th century by writers Gustave Flaubert and Alexandre Dumas. Across the bridge from neighbor...

  • Vichy

    Vichy is like an amazing time machine. Wealthy Parisians often visit this city in hopes of restoring their youth from the famous springs. Once the c...