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18 Regions Of France List (Map + Attractions)

Until the 31st of December 2015, France consisted of 27 administrative regions. A major administrative reorganization of the country was voted upon and now France is divided into 18 regions. Thirteen of these regions are in metropolitan France, including the island of Corsica, and the rest are overseas. This reduction was done by merging certain …

Bastille Day
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11 Fun Festivals in France That You Must Experience

France has always been synonymous with love, lights, beauty, art, and great food. It is not surprising that it is also a country that loves to celebrate through festivals. From winter to summer, France has festivals to honor anything from arts to film to music to lemons. There’s a festival to remind people to abstain, …

Hanging Gardens of Marqueyssac
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10 Best Gardens In France That You Must Visit

The French gardens – whether they’re within estates, surrounding a castle, are among the best places to see in France. Visiting these elegant and idyllic gardens add more meaning to a French holiday. If you’re going to France soon and want to be literally surrounded by beauty, a garden tour is a must. How about …

Burgundy wine region
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10 Best Wine Regions In France That You Must Visit

Wherever you are in the world, you are able to literally have a taste of France because of their wines. You get to enjoy a bit of France on most occasions – Champagne during the New Year, Sauvignon Blanc served in weddings, or a bottle of rosé during summer parties. Simply put, France has a …

Luberon Villages
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Where To Go

10 Best Day Trips from Marseille, France

Located in southern France, the port city of Marseille is the oldest city in France. It is best known for its scenic Vieux-Port (Old Port), terraces, stairways, their pizza, and bouillabaisse. The second-largest city (in terms of population) in France, it is also an ideal base for exploring Provence. From medieval villages to lavender fields, …

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11 Best Lavender Fields That You Must-Visit In France

You’ll know summer has arrived in the South of France when you cruise through the countryside and you come across seemingly endless fields of lavenders. Along with the warmer weather, the bright blue sky, and salty air, the relaxing earthy floral scent of lavender is what sets apart a Provencal summer. New to Airbnb? Get …

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