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Top Reasons to Visit France in 2023

Recap of 2022 Openings Dijon welcomed the recently opened Cite Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin and in Marseille, visitors can check out the spectacular new replica of the  underwater prehistoric cave known as the Grotte Cosquer. New Openings and Developments for 2023 The Vallée de la Gastronomie is a new concept that invites…

Our Partners 2023

France has so much to offer! In the Paris region, shopping fans won’t want to miss Galeries Lafayette and fans of Impressionist art should check out Maison Caillebotte. Got a layover at Charles-de-Gaulle airport? Make the most of it with a visit to nearby Roissy-en-France. Of course no visit to Paris is complete without a…

Major Anniversaries for 2023

1000th anniversary of the Mont-Saint-Michel Construction of the Romanesque nave of the Mont-St-Michel Abbey began in 1023. Mont-Saint-Michel is the name of a tidal island located off the coasts of Normandy and Brittany, near the Couesnon River and the town of Avranches In Normandy. As described by UNESCO, the Mont-Saint-Michel is universally recognized today as…

Major Events for 2022-2023

2022 Christmas Markets –November and December 2022 Small chalets, big fir trees and scents of spices and mulled wine… From the first Sunday of Advent, 4 weeks before Christmas, the tradition is respected with illuminations and Christmas markets everywhere in France. The most famous? The one in Strasbourg in Alsace -one of the oldest in…

Most Anticipated Exhibits in Paris Region 2022-2023

Matthieu Ricard – An Ode to Beauty Le toit de la Grande Arche Until November 30, 2022 From April 13, 2022, Le Toit de la Grande Arche will offer an unprecedented reading of Matthieu Ricard’s photographs for a unique testimony. A benevolent look at our being and the world around us, like so many landmarks that…

Most Anticipated Exhibits in French Regions 2022-2023

National Geographic Planet or Plastic ? Bordeaux (Nouvelle-Aquitaine), Musée Mer Marine Until December 31, 2022 Exhibition in collaboration with National Geographic, “Planet or Plastic” on display at the Musée Mer Marine in its temporary exhibition space since June 8th, 2022! This temporary exhibition traces the history of plastic from its invention to its current mass…