Last Easter holiday we went to visit Nantes, in the Western part of France, in Bretagne region. At the time of the trip I was stunned by the dirt of the city that eclipsed its beauty. After more than half year I began to chill out about this and decided to tell you about Nantes. Because, despite the garbage I saw during that weekend, the city is very beautiful and you should definitely visit Nantes.
The best part of living in Paris area is definitely being able to visit cities and towns around. As I mentioned in my post with tips for traveling with a full time job, my favourite way of traveling is during the weekend. In a new recent visit we got to discover the castle of Vitré.
Last weekend we visited the region of Bretagne, another unique and picturesque place in France. We celebrated Bastille Day in Fougères, a town that hosts the largest fortress of Europe. Read more about Fougères castle!
Without a proper introduction, I drop only this: Welcome to my travel art project! I kept it a surprise for quite a long time, as I guess I wasn’t sure people would like to read about my art stuff. But that changed, and I’m very thankful it did! Today I can finally introduce you to my travel art project I started in the beginning of the year.
As we’re back from a small trip in Provence region in France, I have so much to share with you! Even though the main purpose of this trip was to finally see the lavender fields, we discovered this hidden gem called the Road of Castles in Provence, in South Luberon area.
For the last four years since I moved to France I have been able to develop my artistic side and pursue this dream of mine to be recognized as a painter or artist. I am super excited to announce my participation in my first permanent painting exhibition in Paris area.
France has so many beautiful scenery types that I don’t even know where to start. When I first moved to France I was eager for more Paris with all its Parisian clichés. More than four years later, I can say that I’m a professional guide even among my French friends. Last week I was able to check an important bucket list item from my Places to see this life list. I found the best spot for lavender fields in Provence region.
I have arrived on the tarmac. Aircrafts and people everywhere. The sun is up on the sky, heating even more the atmosphere. This is THE EVENT of the year for Aviation Industry. Monday to Friday all industry’s actors are meeting here to discover and to be discovered by their peers. During weekend, all Aviation Geeks are invited, as the air show continues for general public.
It’s been a while now I haven’t talked about my expat life. A subject I’ve wanted to cover for a longtime is apartment rental for France. As I’ve been in this situation when I moved to France, I decided it is time to regroup all my useful links and advice in a post on how to find a flat in France.
Last weekend we got to visit a surprisingly beautiful and underrated town; we got to visit Amiens, France. Located within 2 hours drive North from Paris, this town was a very pleasant discovery.
Continue reading to discover why you should visit Amiens.
I have lived in France for about 4 years, and it’s not until our recent weekend to Avignon that I’ve discovered the importance of this beautiful town. Discover why you have to visit Avignon, the French Papal State.
This year we explored more of France, so today I propose you a selection of pictures with beautiful cities in France to consider in 2017. Discover them now!
Biarritz, a city that comes with a reputation of one of the best spots for surfing in France. Did you know you could visit it off season and still enjoy it? Here are my favourite photos of this city!
While we all heard about the French coast line Côte d’Azur, with its beautiful beaches and summer resorts, not so many know about Côte d’Or, or French Golden Coast. Today I propose you an Autumn destination: visit Dijon, the capital of Burgundy region.
Grenoble is a ski resort that should be better known for its hikes in the Alps too. Here are my 4 reasons for visiting Grenoble during summer.
Here’s a complete guide for a weekend to Lyon. Look no further! Read to find more about the local cuisine, how to move around the city and how to organize your walking tour.
Planning on coming to France? Are you already an expat in Paris? How to know you passed the cultural shock? Read my 5 signs to know if you are getting used to it too.
Here’s our highlights of a city-break in Toulouse, a guide to how to combine business with the pleasure of discovering a new destination. A quick guide to Toulouse and Carcassonne. Enjoy!
If you are in Toulouse, attending a conference in aeronautics (like I have), and want to do tourist stuff for the weekend, or combine working with travel, you can plan a day-trip to Carcassonne. Here’s how!
It’s been since forever I wanted to visit the castles on the Loire Valley. I always imagined one or two weeks visit from castle to castle, from city to city, by bike. Here’s what to know if you plan a day trip to Chambord by bike.