A rainy day in Paris isn’ exceptional: it rains in Paris 170 days per year on average. That’s like almost every two days. You’d better have a plan B if you don’t want to get too wet! Whether you like History, Nature, Art, Shopping or Food, you’ll find things to do in Paris in the rain!
50km north of Paris, the Chateau of Chantilly hosts France’s 2nd largest art galleries. The gardens were created by Versailles’ landscape architect.
Lyon is France #1 city in the Global Liveability Ranking. And it’s also the World’s Capital of Gastronomy with a very famous wine region at its doorstep. We could see a lot in two hours: it was just enough to make me want to go back!
Planning a trip to the Loire Valley? You may be overwhelmed by the number of castles and wineries to visit there. This guide contains a castle map, a two-day itinerary suggestion, photos, travel stories and tips to help you visit a jewel of France less than two hours from Paris!
Looking for a day trip from Paris? Rouen offers great architecture and history only 1 hour away from Paris! Learn more about this lovely town in Normandy.
Bordeaux is the #1 city in the Lonely planet list of cities where to travel in 2017. I’m not surprised: friends always praise this city and we loved our visit.
Millions of people walk past this symbol of Paris. But only a few will discover the beauty of the Opera Garnier from the inside. I was in awe for the entire visit. Would you like a tour or tips to organise your visit and see it for yourself?
Free tour ran by a non-profit organisation to experience another facet of Paris culture with a local guide.
I read once that Nancy has the most beautiful royal place in Europe. This is a big statement, isn’t it?…
Mont St Michel is fascinating, unique and mysterious. Very close to shore in the English Channel, it is a rocky island with an 11th century abbey built on it.