What to visit during a trip to France?
France is a wonderful country, with a unique and unmissable architecture and gastronomy. Here are some ideas of places and cities to visit if you travel to France.
If you want to discover our beautiful France, I present you some good tips below:
ST MALO – Cité Corsaire – Hotel le St Pierre.
Anaïck, Norbert and their crew welcome you to their establishment in the heart of the corsair city. Comfortable hotel: 23 rooms make up our establishment: 9 rooms have sea view and 2 rooms, on the ground floor, are accessible to people with reduced mobility . Waking up in front of the sea is a wonder. http://www.hotel-portestpierre.com
PARIS – Montmartre – Restaurant Chez Eugène.
This famous brasserie on the Place du Tertre has placed its decoration under the sign of the funfair: confetti and lanterns, groups of independent musicians. The waiters are dressed in real period “Parisian titi”: trousers with suspenders, Poulbot gapette and scarf. Menu prices are very reasonable – http://mmmm.free.fr/resto/3070.html
AUVERGNE – Le Mont-Dore – Hotel Dorlotel & Le Progès.
If you want to spend a holiday with your family or as a couple, here is a little haven of peace located near the Thermal Baths. We offer 20 rooms and 2 studios and a restaurant with refined cuisine at a very reasonable price. If you want more information, you can consult the website http://www.hotel-leprogres-dorlotel.com/
TOURAINE – Richelieu – Le Relais du Plessis.
The eco-friendly establishment is nestled in the heart of a 10-acre park. This place is surrounded by natural landscapes and very well placed to discover the region. We offer 144 rooms in fully equipped wooden chalets. Take advantage of their attractive prices, discover them on http://www.relaisduplessis.com/
PARIS – Near Porte Maillot – Villa Monceau.
The restaurant is housed in a lovely town house with flowers. A warm and clean decor, a very pleasant welcome, discreet service and delicious food. It is particularly appreciated by the cuisine of chef Yvan STERNAT and his second Sébastien BLIARD (former members of Bernard Loiseau). http://www.lavillamonceau.com/