You can easily spend days or even weeks exploring the City of Light. However, you may have the opportunity to see the world’s most visited city for one day only on a fly-in-fly-out visit or while passing through on your way to somewhere else. If this is the case, it is well worth exploring Paris […]
France Travel Guide
There's nothing like watching the twinkling of the Eiffel Tower while picnicking with cheese and a cheap bottle of wine.
Where do I even start? France has an intoxicating spell of everything from art, castles, rolling country side, the Alps, sandy coastline, to gastronomic delight. Start in Paris and from there go explore the country in all directions. You really can't go wrong anywhere you go.
This France travel guide will help you plan your next vacation.
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This blog post was created in partnership with dealchecker however all opinions and experiences are my own. I can remember when I was a broke exchange student, living in Europe. I wanted to explore but my budget was tight and needed to squeeze every penny to make it count. Finding the cheapest way to travel […]
Nestled below Mont Blanc, the Chamonix valley is legendary amongst snow seekers. It’s the kind of place that most skiers and snowboarders have on their bucket list as a place to conquer because of it’s steep slopes and extreme weather conditions. Beyond the epic snow, the town of Chamonix is full of Victorian chalet charm […]
When you plan a trip to Paris, you’ll find tons of information about all the famous attractions you have to see. You can’t miss the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre Museum, or the Seine. For those who want to go off the beaten path and explore the dark side […]
Val Thorens is high up, REALLY high up. As Europe’s highest rest in Europe and situated in the Trois Vallées (3 Valleys) region of the French Alps, this mountain has the distinction of getting quality powder and consistent snow cover all through November to May. Overview At 2,300 meters high in elevation, the panoramic views […]
The following is a guest post from Sally Guillaume, co-founder of Undiscovered Alps. A remote mountain hamlet Walking up a steep, rocky zig zagging path with the sound of cow bells decorating the clean fresh air, you arrive, slightly out of breath, at a small rustic hamlet. A cat covered in straw dust rolls on […]