France has long since been a mainstay for many holidaymakers however most people tend to venture to the same places over and over again, while some of those places are necessary staples of any holiday in France. Here’s a list inclusive of said staple destinations and quite a few rarely-considered holiday destinations! 1.) Mont-St-Michel Why? … Continue Reading

Easily one of Paris’ most memorable landmarks, The Eiffel Tower needs no introduction. what does need a little introduction, though, is the best time to visit the Eiffel Tower and tips to get the most out of your experience.  After all, you don’t want to waste lots of time queuing, missing the best views from … Continue Reading

And this isn’t some sensationalist title I’m making up either. The red village of Collonges La Rouge has already been awarded the title of one of the most beautiful villages in France, it is regarded by many as ‘the prettiest’ and is looking to officially cement that with recognition from the French authorities. The title … Continue Reading

We recently partnered with P&O Ferries on a day trip to France (which turned out to be the perfect excuse to go Christmas shopping – not just for gifts but for really cheap champagne and cheeses). It was easily one of the most convenient trips we’ve taken to France. We arrived at the Ferry terminal … Continue Reading

On our final day in the South of France, we made our way over from Millau to Rodez, stopping off only briefly to check out the action of the Tour de France going through Millau. Our first stop in Millau was the Soulages museum, home to many great pieces of work by renowned artist Pierre … Continue Reading

Mont Saint Michel is a tiny little commune on an island in France and is one of the prettiest places to visit in France. It’s Abbey is famous the world over and it probably comes as no surprise that Mont Saint Michel is a UNESCO World Heritage site (similar to the utterly gorgeous, Saint Emilion). … Continue Reading

After a brilliant day exploring the beauty that is Montpellier, we decided to head out of the city to go explore other parts of France’s beautiful Occitanie region. About an hour from Montpellier is the town of Millau, home to the tallest bridge in the world – amongst many other things of course! There’s a … Continue Reading

Today was our final full day in Tignes and we planned to make the most of every second. Drawing the curtains of our chalet, we were greeted with the best weather ever! The sky was clear, there was no wind and the slopes looked so inviting. After a hearty breakfast of eggs, meats and plenty … Continue Reading

One of the most exciting parts of travelling is discovering new and rarely ventured travel destinations that are true gems and offer an experience you can’t get in many other places. This holds for a lot of French villages. The cities while offering all the mod-cons we have grown accustomed to, sometimes lack that true … Continue Reading

France is a beautiful country to explore! With gorgeous areas like the picture-perfect Dordogne Valley, its stunning villages like Gordes and the impressive national parks in France. It’s the perfect country to visit, and that’s even before we start discussing the very best cities in France to visit. Now, when thinking of the cities in … Continue Reading

Remember that amazing ski lodge I was talking about in this post here? Well swiftly following on from that post, we’ve got the video from our time there to show you fully everything about it – what it looks like, what the food was like, the skiing conditions – everything! We’ll have the rest of … Continue Reading

Paris is possibly one of the most sought-after cities to visit. There are heaps of fun things to do in Paris; from seeing the Eiffel Tower to finding some of the city’s best markets and secret spots. Paris has it all. Now, to keep your trip action-packed, I wanted to share some top places that are … Continue Reading

For the longest time, I’d taken the train past Lille without even sparing a second thought about visiting it. There were just so many other places on the Eurostar that came to mind when I thought of places to visit that Lille just seemed to stay in the background, ignored for shinier cities like Paris. … Continue Reading

France is one of those amazing countries that’s so diverse and vast that you could literally spend months exploring and still not even touch the surface of stunning places to visit in France. And that’s not even starting with all the vino, brie (Yum 😋) and the stunning chateaux that are dotted across the country. Now, … Continue Reading