Is it a good idea to visit the French Alps and Provence on the same visit? Cynthia used to offer tours that include both and she explains why that's a great idea. So, where exactly should you go? Let's talk about it!
Hoping to see some of the landmarks Napoleon left in Paris? Tour guide Ariane tells us about the places you should not miss in today's episode.
Burgundy is world famous for its amazing wines, but it's also at the epicenter of French history and culture. We explore the area with American expat Kelly Kamborian who is a registered tour guide in the area and loves the place.
What if you're a local from Provence and you take cruise visitors around to show them the best of home? Where do you take them? Véronique and Annie chat about it and make suggestions you can use even if you're not arriving in Provence on a cruise ship!
So much beauty in Provence! Local tour guide Jean-François Sénéchal chats with Annie about the places he likes to take his customers so they can enjoy Provence to the fullest. Listen to his secrets in this episode!
A history of Paris seen through the lens of dance and dance halls in France
Bayonne is a place of notable character, culture, history, and it has so much to offer to today's visitor too! What will you find there?
The Dordogne in South Western France is a visitor's happy place: Sarlat, the caves of Lascaux, the Medieval Castle of Beynac, it's a fairy tale come true! No wonder if many people's favorite area of France outside of Paris. Find out why in this episode!
What are the best Christmas Markets in France? Many are in Strasbourg and the Alsace. But there are also good ones in Paris and Provence! Annie and Elyse tell you about our favorites in this episode!
Bordeaux in the south west of France is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and France's best-known wine area. Today we explore the city and its rich history.