Unofficially referred to as the capital of Champagne, Reims will satisfy any traveler with its feudal history, culinary flair, and bubbly spirit.
Often overlooked by Marseille and other large southern cities, Aix-en-Provence (or Aix, as the locals call it) packs a huge punch with tons of history, art, and chic bistros.
Nicknamed “The City of Popes”, Avignon is immersed in French history. It is a city with two faces; on the one hand, seducing travelers by way of Gothic architecture and deep roots in Christianity.
In early 2022, CNN listed Dijon as one of the best destinations in the world before Naples and Petra. Here is your ultimate guide to this golden city.
“The Pearl of Aquitaine” is a city with many assets, including owning the most prestigious classified Grand Crus since 1855. With a myriad of things to do, it’s best to spend at least four days in Bordeaux.