Hey! I will travel around Brittany, starting in Nantes next week. I am happy to get some advices what I shouldn't miss!! Still am flexible...
It's always good if it's easy to reach with bus/train :)
Salut! Je vais voyager dans la Bretagne et je commence ma voyage à Nantes la semaine prochaine. Qu'est-ce qu'il faut visiter dans la région en tout cas??
Hi, I will be spending a few days in Nice next month . On one day I want to do a day trip to Antibes and combine it with visiting a small village . Debating between Vence or Biot . Which would be nicer to do ?
Seems like Biot is nearer to Antibes, but if Vence is nicer , then I would try for that , even if it means a longer day.
All opinions welcome . Cheers
I am trying to find the best way to reach Lourmarin from Nice by train and or bus. Would it be best to do train to Aix-en-Provence and a bus from there to Lourmarin? Or first a train to Marseilles?
Also, I have read that the walk from Lourmarin to Petit Luberon is beautiful. I would like to check out the Grand Randonees in the area, would anyone have any route recommendations for the area?
Hi , will be spending 3 1/2 days in Nice ( excluding travel time ) . Currently planning Nice ( 1 1/2 days ) . Antibes and Cannes ( 1 day ) .. and that leaves one day . Would like to visit Eze , StPaul de Vence ... is it possible to see both on the same day ? If so , what public transport to use ? Many thanks .
I want to send book to a friend in Antibes "post restante" Do i need the address of the main post office, or can it be sent to the post office that is nearest to where my friend is staying?
We have 3 full days in Bordeaux and are considering using one of those days for a day trip to Saint Emilion; I'm debating between joining a small group tour or taking the train and exploring on our own. Enjoying the region's wines is a must but I don't know that we really need a vineyard tour with tasting as we are fairly knowledgeable and might get more bang for our buck by roaming around on our own. The train station is about a 20 minute walk from the city? We are fit seniors so that shouldn't…
I am planning to take my mum to Dordogne April 2017 for 3 weeks. We will commence journey from Paris. I would like to base ourselves somewhere nice and do day trips from there. We will be relying on public transport or local guides. We are looking for a relaxing trip that my mum can manage. She is pretty mobile. If anyone has any suggestions about where to stay and what to do that would be great. We like gardens, art, history and food.
In June my wife and I will be travelling from Bayonne to Aix en Provence/Avignon area for 10 days aprox. We have seen the map and have the following route:
- Saint Marie de la Mer
- Aix en provence
- Les Alpilles -Baux de Provence
- Gordes - Les luberons
- Mont Ventoux and small villages nearby.
What do you consider is missing or what can we avoid from this list for an authentic trip?