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1. Say ‘Oui' to a Fantastique French Road Trip
June 13, 2018

Sometimes paradise isn’t on the other side of the world. Sometimes, it’s a ferry or Eurostar away. Whether you have a few days on a long weekend, a couple of weeks, or even several months, road tripping around France is often surprising, always rewarding. C’est la belle vie! What to See, Where to Go Like any major European country – especially one that’s been at the forefront world history from the Middle Ages, to the Enlightenment, World Wars and beyond – France is incredibly diverse. Be it long countryside drives, visits to historic vineyards, gastronomic delights, or bustling cit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. New Website Launched To Help Buyers Find French Chateaus And Castles
May 06, 2018

A new website called French Chateau Sales is making waves in the property industry at the moment throughout Europe. The site aims to assist buyers to find the best chateaus and castles available on the French market right now, and there are some fantastic listings at rock bottom prices. From the small to the enormous, from dilapidated properties right through to the luxury castles which have already had work done to them - anyone can find all the chateaus available for purchase in France using this site in a matter of minutes. French Chateau Sales is a straightforward listing site that of... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Healthy, with a slice of Italy!
May 04, 2018

While Italian chefs take over traditional gastronomy, a signature Masquespacio design hits the contemporary nail on the head. Italian piadinas now in Lyon, France… Bold hues and a contrasting palette of materials is signature Masquespacio. This Valencia based creative consultancy firm has just designed a traditional Italian piadina store in the Confluence neighbourhood of Lyon. The food that hits the wooden table would make owners, Arthur and Mathilde’s mother proud! She had a dream about her children bringing a part of her native Italy to the French city Lyon, through traditional piadin... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. Your France Move Will Be So Much Easier With Our Complete Removals Service
April 27, 2018

Mention France to anyone, and they will be immediately brought to mind of all of the legendary aspects of this celebrated European country – the sophisticated gastronomic scene, the finest of fine art and, of course, the utter romance. Whatever your reasons for moving to France, it’s fair to say that a highly rewarding new chapter of your life awaits you. However, we are also sure that you will want to spend as much of your time as possible enjoying the many cultural, heritage and culinary sights and sounds that make France the continental gem it is, rather than fussing over how you’ll g... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

5. Explore and Experience the Produce of Château de Perdiguier
April 18, 2018

For your next barge holiday in France, step aboard the Andoji and spend a relaxing few days navigating down the French Canal du Midi. This inland waterway flows past stunning countryside and charming villages. As you approach Maraussan, you can stand on the deck of your hotel barge and admire the stunning castles that line the shore. You won’t want to miss the impressive sight of Château de Perdiguier. A Local Heritage Site with an Intricate History Located in the heart of a lovely 7km2 estate, the Château de Perdiguier was erected in the Middle Ages, but has since been developed int... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Point MP3 - the best way to convert videos to mp3
March 31, 2018

Paris, France - Nowadays YouTube has become a major source of music content for everyday use and users are flocking with the millions to the music videos all around YouTube. Given its free nature and the fact that the music on YouTube is of the highest quality both format wise and content wise, user face the problem of not being able to download their songs to enjoy from a trusted and high quality source. This leads many to try unauthorised one or another YouTube to mp3 Converter and exposing their personal computer to malware or any other harm. Thankfully, Point MP3 is among the most trusted ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

7. Take Your Performing Arts Group to Disneyland® Paris
March 26, 2018

As a performing arts teacher, it’s wonderful to inspire your pupils by taking them on school trips to see professional productions, but imagine how much more inspiring it would be to take them on a residential trip where they are the stars of the show! As part of the Disney® Performing Arts Programme, your students will have the opportunity to appear on stage in the world-famous Disneyland® Paris theme park. Take to the Stage As part of a three-day theatrical adventure, your group will travel to France, stay in a Disney®-partnered hotel and enjoy two full days in the Disneyland® Park... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Kamagra France is the official Kamagra distributor in the 5th Republic
March 15, 2018

Paris, France – Kamagra France is one of the most well-known Viagra producing company in France. It has come a long way to be the leader in the commercialization of Sildenafil which is by far the best sexual ability enhancer and it has become the most popular product men who experience sexual dysfunctions use in order to bolster their sexual lives s well as their inner perception of themselves. This drug helps with impotence and the embitterment of the image of one’s persona on the off chance of depression linked with sexual dysfunction. Purchase Sildenafil in France for everything mention... (read more)

Author: John Doe

9. Take a Wine Tour of the British Islands
February 22, 2018

Most wine connoisseurs will have made the pilgrimage to the vineyards of France, some to the vine-growing regions of Italy, Germany and California, others as far as Chile and South Africa. But not many oenophiles will have taken a wine tour around the UK to discover more about British wine. Even as I write, I can imagine the general scoffing at the idea of visiting UK wineries, and ten years ago I might even have agreed, but things have changed. There are a number of great wines coming out of the UK today, and if you want to be amongst the vanguard championing British wine then I’d like t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Colorized Europe, A Journey of Affection, Successful Ending of the First European Human Sexuality M
February 21, 2018

After nearly a year of preparations, the first European Human Sexuality Master Class (EHSMC) sponsored by China, Netherlands and France for promoting the multi-culture exchange between China and Europe came to a successful end on February 14, 2018 and has draw extensive attention from the parties concerned. This study tour is themed by experiencing the most professional and cutting-edge sexual education worldwide and the destinations include Netherlands, a country with the most advanced sexual education and France, a nation of romance and fashion. Combined with the official sexual education... (read more)

Author: John Doe

11. A Theme Park with a Difference: Futuroscope
February 21, 2018

For school children, educational visits are often a key part of their learning experience. Engaging with the real world outside of the classroom stimulates young minds and sparks curiosity. Each young mind is different, with unique dreams and interests. A well-planned school tour has something for everyone to take back, both as memories and as valuable inspiration for the future. Futuroscope, located in Avenue René Monory in Western France, is a theme park that provides a valuable educational experience for pupils. With a variety of attractions covering a range of themes within the park,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Best Pizzas in Courchevel
February 19, 2018

When it comes to dining in France, frogs and snails might come to mind. But, although the French might be known for their particular delicacies, they're much more into their pizzas. The nation now lays claim to the title of 'World Champions' at producing and consuming this dish, so it's no surprise that French pizzerias are popping up left, right and centre. After you’ve burned the energy required to sustain the hours of skiing, snowboarding and general outdoor exploring that any Courchevel ski holiday guarantees, the prospect of pizza for dinner is hard to beat, particularly if you've go... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Taladafil France s the official Tadalafil distributor in the 5th Republic
February 09, 2018

Paris, France – Tadalafil France is one of the most well-known Viagra producing company in France. It has come a long way to be the leader in the commercialization of generic cialis which is by far the best sexual ability enhancer and it has become the most popular product men who experience sexual dysfunctions use in order to bolster their sexual lives s well as their inner perception of themselves. This drug helps with impotence and the embitterment of the image of one’s persona on the off chance of depression linked with sexual dysfunction. Purchase generic cialis in France for everythi... (read more)

Author: John Doe

14. What Makes Chamonix a Top Destination
January 17, 2018

Nestling at the foot of Mont Blanc at 4810m altitude in the very heart of Europe lies Chamonix. Just a stone’s throw away from Switzerland, Italy and France, this stunning alpine resort has long been the favourite haunt of the rich and famous skiing jetset. Highly accessible by car, plane and public transport, getting to Chamonix from Geneva Airport is really easy. Chamonix has something to offer everyone, young and old. With a variety of accommodation options available, you're bound to find something to suit your budget. Possibly one of the world's most beautiful mountain ranges... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. The Canal du Midi's Fonserannes Locks
January 17, 2018

While many visitors are prepared for the beauty of the Languedoc-Roussillon countryside and the delicious food and wine they’ll taste on a barge cruise, France still has some awe-inspiring surprises up its sleeve for visitors to the Canal du Midi. Probably one of the most impressive of these is the seven-rise staircase lock of Fonserannes. The engineering involved in working out a system in which barges can travel up and down the seven ovoid chambers (there is actually an eighth chamber, but this is no longer in use), raising boats 21.5m over a distance of 300m, is staggering. But what is... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Tasting Languedoc: Oysters at Etang du Thau
January 17, 2018

The famous Languedoc region of southern France is one that is defined by water: by its proximity to the Mediterranean and the important trade link of the Canal du Midi which runs through its heart. For this reason, there is no better way to explore its stunning landscape than on a barge cruise. France may be known for its cuisine, but it is the distinctive flavours of its various regions which make exploring the country so fascinating for foodies; nowhere is this more true than in the Languedoc. Thanks to its unique geography (a shoreline protected by sandbanks and lagoons) it is seafood, and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Not Gone to Narbonne? Here's What You're Missing
January 16, 2018

Narbonne is a beautiful city in Southern France which sits on the Canal de la Robine. Its stunning location, fascination history and vast cultural heritage make for a lovely stop-off point while on a French barge cruise. The City’s History and Heritage Located a few miles inland from the Mediterranean shores, Narbonne is gently nestled at the crossroads between the Canal de la Robine and the Canal du Midi. It was built by the Romans in 118 BC and became an important trading port. Throughout the period the area flourished and soon became the capital of the Roman Narbonensis province. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Make the Most of Minerve on Your French Barge Cruise
January 16, 2018

As a French barge cruise travelling down the Canal du Midi often stops off in the stunning historical town of Minerve, there are a few interesting features you might want to know concerning its history, culture and heritage. About Minerve and its Periphery Set in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of Southern France, the Minervois area is an underappreciated beauty. Its deep blue skies extend above impressive mountains, widespread vineyards and large olive trees, while charming villages and châteaux are nestled between these agricultural riches. Minerve itself is a stereotypically ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Drink up the History (and the Wine) of the Château de Perdiguier
January 16, 2018

Anyone who wants to do more than just taste the wines of the famous Languedoc region, who really wants to understand the terroir and environment from which they come, should consider a leisurely tour of the region by barge cruise. France, with its vast rolling landscapes given over to agriculture and viticulture, is best understood by those who take the time to travel through it slowly. Nowhere is this truer than in the stunning wine-growing region of Languedoc where a leisurely cruise will take you past rows of vines responsible for some of the country’s most famous wines. The other adva... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. CARFIT And CEA Create A Joint Lab On Artificial Intelligence Dedicated To Car Vibrations Data Analy
January 12, 2018

Paris, France - CARFIT and CEA have signed an agreement to create a joint laboratory focused on Artificial Intelligence related to car vibrations and their interpretation. The lab will bring together teams from the List, a CEA Tech institute, and from CARFIT to share knowledge and expertise. The joint lab will be dedicated to the development of artificial intelligence methods for identifying signs of mechanical failures exposed by car vibrations. CARFIT develops technological solutions to simplify mobility, by proposing real-time car monitoring to offer a smart maintenance system, adapted t... (read more)

Author: John Doe

21. Love & Leisure in La Plagne: A Valentine's Day to Remember
January 11, 2018

There’s not much that is more romantic than huddling together next to a roaring log fire with a view over snow-capped mountains and snow-dusted pine trees. So if you’re looking for something extra special to do this Valentine’s Day, why not jet off to one of France’s best-loved ski resorts? La Plagne, situated at the heart of the French Paradiski area, has plenty to offer couples beyond a great day out on the slopes. Think of sharing a mulled wine, a Champagne dinner set against a backdrop of stunning mountains and plenty of activities to keep you both enchanted throughout your stay. Just... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Forget French Wine - Discover French Beer in Poilhes
January 11, 2018

For many of our guests, a barge holiday in France through some of the world’s most famous wine regions is the perfect time to partake in a tipple or two. A cruise along the Canal du Midi takes you through the prime vineyards of Languedoc-Roussillon, tempting your taste buds all the way. However, it’s not just premium local wine that you can discover along the Canal du Midi; we also love to introduce our guests to local French beer on a barge holiday. In France the beer market is overwhelmingly dominated by major breweries, but there are excellent local craft beers on offer if you know where to... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Add Your Footsteps to the Via Domitia in Languedoc
January 11, 2018

History lovers are in their element on a barge holiday in France. The country’s heritage stretches back for millennia; it’s fascinating to see traces of its ancient past glimpsed in a modern setting. The Roman occupation of Gaul left its mark across the country, nowhere more so than in the South of France; the Pont du Gard, the arena of Arles and the Maison Carrée in Nimes are all top attractions for history buffs on a barge holiday. In France there are few Roman construction projects that I find more interesting than the Via Domitia. A Route Through Gaul It is said that all roads... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Discovering Burgundy's Industrial Heritage on the Canal du Nivernais
December 22, 2017

The principal purpose of the Canal du Nivernais today is to play host to French barge cruises, transporting guests through the charming scenery of the region. Like most made-made waterways, however, the Canal du Nivernais was created amidst the hustle and bustle of trade and commerce. Its impressive feats of engineering were put in place to ensure the fastest and most convenient way of transporting goods into France’s capital. Keeping the Flame Alive If you’d attempted a French barge cruise a couple of hundred years ago you would have been in for a nasty shock. The waterways of Fran... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. The Château de Gremolles: Unique Architecture in Southern Burgundy
December 22, 2017

Barge holidays in France are a perfect way to explore this well-loved country from a new perspective. Picture yourself aboard a comfortable hotel barge, cruising gently along the waterways of Southern Burgundy, a glass of wine in hand. Sound ideal? Read on to discover one of the most interesting places you can visit in Southern Burgundy, an exemplar of a Burgundian ducal residence, the Château de Germolles. Daring Dukes and a Charming Château The Château de Germolles was home to some of the most important dukes of the region during the late medieval and early Renaissance eras: Phili... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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