French Regions

The Dunkirk Carnaval for Mardi Gras

In the North of France popular traditions are still alive. And with their way of life, they always make it very fun. For Mardis Gras go to Dunkirk If you can’t go to the Rio or Venice Carnivals come to the dunkirk Carnaval, it’s not exactly the same but the atmosphere is a million time more fun. In The 17th Century the Carnival was…

Burgundy Snails or Escargots de Bourgogne

  Snails are adorable little creatures that show up a lot after rainy day. Nevertheless in France they are consider as a delicious meal. We cook and eat only a special kind of snail called Helix Pomatia under the name Escargots de Bourgogne. France eats about 30 000 tonnes of it every year. It is very popular! So popular that the wild pick up…

D-day tour

This tour is for you the opportunity to go out of the city, see some countryside and of course we will take you around differents key spot of the d-day operation. You all learned a bit about this major military operation of World War II, that is the beginning of the liberation of western europe, but you reallly need to see the sites to…

5 best region to cycle in france

France is a great country to cycle. You can find a nive diversity of landscape and also lots of activities on the way. Here are some of the top region to discover on a bike ! The Loire valley             The cultural one. Thanks to the dedicated bike lane following the river, you can gently stroll along the water on a pretty flat land, and…

Where did Monet paint his water lilies?

Monet is one of the founders of the Impressionism movement. Painter in the second half of the nineteen century he decided to change his style from what we called “academic painting”. The Impressionism movement was mostly about capturing moving and changing things and atmospheres. Monet painted the water lilies directly from his garden in Giverny, a small village a little bit outside of Paris….