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  • On Saturday July 4th 2015, during its 39th assembly in Bonn, Germany, the World Heritage Committee added the Climates of Burgundy to the UNESCO World Heritage List. This cultural property has thus
  • ... do different. Deviate from “all things touristy” and acquaint yourself with best kept Parisian secrets. There is much on offer that helps you create your own offbeat holiday experience in Paris
  • In Normandy, the Mont-Saint-Michel is a Unesco world heritage monument, and is the third most visited place in France, with 2.5 million visitors each year.
  • Visit Toulouse! Ideally located at the heart of South western France, between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, the pink city – cosmopolitan and...
  • The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has decided to include the Champagne Slopes, Houses and Cellars on its world heritage list. A historic decision has been taken! The 21 representatives of the State
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      From the mythical Mont Blanc to the majestic Pont d'Arc in the gorges of Ardeche, Rhône-Alpes’s nature puts on a show while you recharge body and soul at Evian or on the shores of alpine lakes. Mont-Blanc overlooks the Alps, which are home to the largest ski area in the world. Here you...
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      Bordeaux, World Heritage at the gates of the vineyard Only one hour from Paris by plane, and three hours by train (TGV), Bordeaux is the capital of southwestern France. It is distinguished by its exceptional 18th century architecture that has earned it the title of “Little Paris” around 200 years...

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