Fun and Unusual Sightseeing for Paris


If you’re still obsessed with the romance of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the city of love is the place to be. But not everyone wants to head to the main tourist spots of France’s capital city. That’s why our guide to fun and unusual sightseeing for Paris is one you won’t read anywhere else. … Read more

The Best Chateaux Of The Loire Valley


Standing tall and majestic, the Chateaux of the Loire Valley are an incredible collection of buildings renovated during the French Renaissance period. Standing along the Loire River, the Chateau’s breathe pure opulence. With their tall turrets, bright lanterns, large gables, beautiful windows and elaborate chimneys, the buildings were designated as a world heritage site in … Read more

What To Do In Montpellier: A Vibrant French City

Thinking of going to France for your next holiday but want to avoid the madness of Paris or simply want to discover another part of the wine-and-cheese country? Head to Montpellier! Perfectly located, 7 miles from the Mediterranean Sea, in the heart of the Occitanie region of Southern France, Montpellier is the ideal holiday destination. It is … Read more

Going Gourmet in Brittany

Petite Bretagne. Little Britain. The region of many beaches and meandering coastlines is home to some of the most varied and delectable cuisine that France has to offer. From crepes for breakfast to the dinners of “fruits de mer” (shellfish, or as the French call them – fruits of the sea), Brittany is a region … Read more

Going Gluten Free in Paris


For travelers with celiac disease or a gluten intolerance, going gluten-free in unfamiliar cities can feel like a minefield and can take some of the spontaneous fun out of city breaks. I’ve been traveling gluten-free for 6 years now, so with a few gluten-free guides of popular destinations, I hope to show that no gluten … Read more

Do you still buy traditional guidebooks?

…And do you have a favorite Paris hotel? The Travel Belles tackle the practical question of travel information-gathering, and dream about best places to stay in the City of Light.   Weekly Question #14: Do you still use traditional guidebooks? Considering we’re a committed group of internet-savvy, blog-writing Travel Belles, it seems we still have … Read more

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