We are new to this forum, but wonder if anyone can recommend good accommodation in Nice which is not too expensive? Our main requirements are location, cleanliness and comfort, so it doesn't have to be upmarket as long as the fundamentals are covered. We are looking at 23 July for four nights at this point. Has anyone found that special little place in Nice? Thanks!
I was recently in France and bought a SIM card for my iPhone 6 from Orange that was good for two weeks. Can I top-off and re-use this card the next time I go to France? If so, is that cheaper than buying a new card and getting a data plan?
I live in Bordeaux, and I noticed that there is a lot of Information about Bordeaux online, but not much about the countryside of the region of Gironde, especially in English. But in this region there are a lot of interesting places and beautiful landscapes. So I tried to make movies about places I have visited. I hope it will be useful to people who are planning to visit this region.
Saint-Médard-en-Jalles: Castle, Château, Watermills
Léognan and Martillac: Vineyards, Châteaus,…
We are staying close to the Eiffel Tower the end of July and want to buy the paris museum pass.
All the searches i have done are all old and outdated and wanted to know where i can buy these passes without getting stuck in huge lines. Is there any place near the Tower that i can get them from? Our first use will be the Louvre and really don't want to get them from there.
You can buy them online but still have to pick them up at places i have no idea of..
I am beginning to research a 2-3 day self-guided hotel-to-hotel cycling trip for a visit to France next year (May-Jun) and am seeking help in deciding where to go (or, at least, where to focus my search).
-We are interested in easy/moderate-level rides with no more than 20 miles of riding per day.
-We love VARIETY and would like to tour quaint villages, markets, medieval castles, vineyards (wine & cheese samplings), rivers/canals, vistas, caves, and meandering country roads.
I'm planning a trip to Corsica in August, and hoping to avoid having to rent a car. I read something about bicycle rental as an alternative to car transport. I want to visit to some of the smaller, out of the way villages. Anyone know if this seems realistic? I'm fit and not worried about having to put in some (even a lot) of physical effort, just wondering if getting around by bike is practical. Also, anybody know of some places to rent bikes?
Hello and Bonjour.
I have a seven night holiday coming up in the Cote D'Azur region and I have a few questions on my mind concerning public transport.
The itinerary is as follows; Two nights in Nice, then to Porquerolles on Iles d'Hyères. After spending a night on there, it looks like I need to travel from Hyères to Marseille in order to reach Moustiers Sainte-Marie ( http://www.moustiers.eu/?Acces&lang=en). After spending two nights there, I'm travelling to Menton…
Back from visiting the cave? at CORBIERES OUTSTANDING well worth going to. the whole region mind blowing . such a scenic drive as bonus. camping available. close by.. entry to the cave was 10euros . its a guided tour.. have been to the grand canyon in the USA but this one is very good to see. photographers dream.