Sitting on the edge of the Mediterranean, Marseille is nothing like Paris, and that’s a good thing. With almost constant sunshine, miles of beautiful beaches and a wonderful mix of cultures—the city has a flavor you won’t find anywhere else in France. Truth be told, I didn’t expect to fall in love with this city.…

Planning a trip to the city of light can be tough, especially when it comes to finding a good place to stay. For many people going to Paris is the trip of a lifetime, so understandably they want to choose the best place to stay. While Paris doesn’t have the ultimate best area for visitors,…

Located on the French Riveria, Nice has everything you need for a quintessential weekend away. It boasts year-around sunshine, gorgeous beaches, an intriguing history, museums, and a booming restaurant scene. Plus, it’s a city for all budgets and more affordable than it’s glamorous neighbors Cannes and St. Tropez. While there are many things to do…

Just a quick half an hour trip from the city of Bordeaux, Saint Emilion is a must-see destination for anyone traveling the region. And bring your appetite! This place is heaven on earth for foodies and wine lovers alike. Saint Emilion, a UNESCO world heritage town in Nouvelle-Aquitaine in southwestern France, is straight out of…

Provence, France, known for its diverse landscapes, miles of vineyards, lavender fields, and crystal blue waters, is indeed a traveler’s dream. I recently got to visit, and it was everything that I hoped for and more. If you have the opportunity to spend 3-5 days exploring Provence I highly recommend doing so. I chose to…

There’s so much to see when driving throughout France, but if you’ve never driven there before, it can be a little intimidating. While I love to travel through France by train, you’ll need a car to explore the Provence region properly. With countless hilltop villages and endless fields of lavender, you’ll want to able to drive…