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World-class performances, cultured ports of call, fine dining and sumptuous comfort at sea... the annual Mediterranean Music Cruise hits all the right notes... read more »
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Once one of the richest cities in France, Lyon’s innate charm is evident in its handsome buildings, chic eateries and the narrow cobbled streets of the old town... read more »
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All you need to know for the perfect city break in Geneva.... read more »
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Filled with an array of ancient Roman architecture and bursting with vibrant Mediterranean life, Nimes, the historic capital of France’s Gard region, is a great place to soak up some sun... read more »
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Leave the tourist crowds behind and seek out the Paris of the Parisians in the lesser-known corners of this atmospheric city, which still has the capacity to surprise... read more »
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Terra Botanica, a theme park about gardens, is France's hottest must-see. And it's just outside Angers, with its medieval streets, massive castle and a world-famous tapestry. ... read more »
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Destination: Luberon, Apt
Trip type: Cultural
Spring and autumn are the best times to wander through Provence’s best-known regional park and enjoy the lush landscapes and pleasant market towns of the Luberon... read more »
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Destination: Pezenas
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
The Languedoc town of Pezenas was once home to Moliere, France’s most popular playwright, and the creative tradition carries on strong within its medieval streets... read more »
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Easter is one of the most popular times of year to travel - whether you prefer to sunbathe, ski or see some city sights. So you need to plan carefully to get the best deal to the best destinations... read more »
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With its designer boutiques, top restaurants and luxury hotels, Courchevel 1850 is the winter playground of the rich – and a people-watching paradise for the not-so-rich. Here's how to enjoy it…... read more »
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The Hautes-Pyrénées is a region of affable villages, ancient traditions and some of the most astonishing scenery in France. Here's how to get the most from the mountains... read more »
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Destination: Toulouse
Take a free-range tour of Toulouse, a marvellous French city where the spirit of free enterprise lives alongside antiquity and heritage... read more »
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Even if you haven't held a paintbrush in years, the Normandy region of France can inspire you to start staring at apples and looking at cathedrals in a whole new light... read more »
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Trip type: Family
More imaginative than any theme park Florida can offer (with better food to boot), Futuroscope, near Poitiers, is a fabulous journey-breaker en route to or from southern France... read more »
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Destination: Loire Valley
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
With some of France’s most beautiful countryside, most stunning chateaux and finest wines, it's no wonder the Loire Valley is a perennial fave... read more »
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Destination: Normandy
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
As well as having many historic links to Britain, beautiful beaches and magnificent cities, Normandy is also one of the friendliest regions to visit in France... read more »
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Destination: Grenoble, Isere
Trip type: Short Break
Grenoble, capital of the French Alps and famous winter playground, has lots to offer all year round. So sneak off the slopes for a second and see what this fantastic town has in store ... read more »
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France’s famous pink city, Toulouse, is a vibrant metropolis where you can drink, dine and party until the early hours without ever feeling like a tourist... read more »
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Just a short hop across the Channel, the elegant resort of Le Touquet never fails to deliver a delightful beach holiday ... read more »
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With pretty constant summer sunshine, great rolling waves and a main street lined with surf boutiques, it's no wonder Hossegor, in southwest France, attracts surfers from around the world... read more »
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