offers many museum and transportation pass options. For more information go to The Paris Museum and Monument Pass gives visitors access to over 70 museums and monuments in and around Paris including the worlds famous Louvre, Musee d’Orsay and the Chateaux de Versailles. This pass saves time as it allows visitors to, Read More

On June 5 and 6, 2004, France and the Normandy region will honor and celebrate the veterans and their fallen comrades, who fought in the Battle of Normandy and spearheaded the liberation of France and Europe. At the break of dawn on June 6, 1944, a great invasion force was poised off the coast of Normandy, the largest armada, Read More

What a wonderful way to finish 2003 and ring in the New Year! Spend seven beautiful days and six nights exploring the Lubéron region of Provence on horseback. Ride through olive groves, rivers, vineyards, farms, quaint villages and charming towns in one of the most beautiful areas of Europe, France’s sunny Provence. On New Years, Read More

These days it’s hard to imagine saving both time and money while shopping for unusual fashions, antiques and home accessories in Paris, known as one of the world’s most expensive cities. Think again. Now travellers can do both when they sign up for a “Best Buys to French Chic” shopping tour, offered by Rachel, Read More

Scheduling a shopping or holiday trip to Paris between November and February is reason enough to go. The Christmas shopping season starts early November when Paris’s two chic department stores, Le Printemps and Les Galeries Lafayette have dressed their windows, facades and elegant interiors in distinctive and festive holiday attire.

The Provence Golf Pass makes this region the perfect destination for golf year-round. The variety of golf courses in Provence makes it a first-choice destination for “golf-trotters” looking for new sensations. With the Provence Golf Pass, visitors have access to 13 courses in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, covering five departments: Alpes de Haute-Provence, Hautes-Alpes,, Read More

Paris is a city of unparalleled cultural and historical diversity, a city of love and literature, of majesty and history, of relaxation and refinement. Whether you explore the hidden depths of the Louvre, the sophisticated shops or simply enjoy a “café au lait” in one of the city’s cosmopolitan street cafés, Paris is the, Read More

“A French Paradox,” the new tour operator specializing in wine tours is offering American wine connoisseurs a high quality Rhone Valley wine extravaganza for spring and summer 2004. Starting at $3200 per person for, the 8-day/7-night all-inclusive land package starts in Lyon and wends its way through the Beaujolais and northern Rhone wine villages, featuring, Read More

The world-famous resort of Chamonix is situated at the foot of the Mont Blanc, the European Alps’ highest mountain. The resort’s altitude ranges between 1035 and 3842 m. Its fame began to spread after the first ascent of the Mont Blanc in 1786. Chamonix is not only famous for skiing, it is also one, Read More

Bicentennial of the death of Toussaint Louverture The world’s first black governor and Father of the Republic of Haiti Born into slavery in May 20, 1743 in the French colony of Saint-Domingue, now Haiti, François Dominique Toussaint is considered to be the father of the world’s first black republic.