How to make the best of your Paris Walking Tours

How to make the best of your upcoming Paris walking tours? Follow me in this article, where I will give you practical information to make your stay in ... lire plus !

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Why you should visit La Plagne in Autumn

This is the second time we are spending Autumn in the French Alps. With less tourists and traffic it is a really good time to explore and it ... lire plus !

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Why you should climb the Aiguille Rouge in Les Arcs!

Looking for an outing for all the family in the Alps? With a few small frights (!) to spice up your excursion? We have just the right destination for you: the ... lire plus !

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The best way to discover La Plagne in the French Alps

Since we’ve moved to an alpine village in the Tarentaise Valley we have not yet taken the time to explore the resort of La Plagne. Last week, we ... lire plus !

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Why you should climb the Salève mountain

We are fortunate to live in a village situated on the East side of the Salève mountain. I climbed the summit last year in Spring and came back ... lire plus !

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Our top tips for walking in Paris

A lot of people we’ve met that are visiting Paris don’t necessarily come prepared. It can be a bit hard to know how to dress and what to ... lire plus !

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Amazing places to see on a Paris by night tour

Both in Winter and Summer, the City of lights stays lively all night long. You may want to discover Paris comfortably seated on a tourist bus or on ... lire plus !

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Walking Tour of Maisons-Laffitte with our friends from Sydney

We have a French saying: “Après la pluie, le beau temps” that means ‘After the rain comes the fine weather’. This was particularly true today on a walking ... lire plus !

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The great Terrace of Le Nôtre in Saint-Germain-en-Laye

The great terrace of Le Nôtre in Saint-Germain-en-Laye overlooks the Seine River and the western suburbs of Paris. Laid out between 1668 and 1675 near the two castles (Château-Vieux and Château-Neuf), the monumental ... lire plus !

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Why it’s worth exploring the Forest of Saint-Germain

The forest of Saint-Germain-en-Laye is situated 20 km West of Paris and extends within a meander of the River Seine. It is surrounded by the towns of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Poissy, Achères, Maisons-Laffitte and ... lire plus !

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