Enjoy a galette saucisse in Rennes.
Make sure you bow to local tradition and enjoy a galette saucisse (a sausage wrapped in a buckwheat pancake). You can taste it at the festivals, the “marché des Lices” every Saturday, or next to the football stadiums, like the Roazhon Park.
Paris, capital of France and mad about football!
The Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Élysées are all sites that are better known than the Parc des Princes, a famous stadium which has hosted some of the finest moments in French sport since it was built in 1972. After the Stade de France, the Parc des Princes is the second Parisian stadium chosen by UEFA as a Euro 2016 venue.
The best way to discover Montpellier’s wine tradition.
Explore one of the numerous vineyards and wine cellars; during the Estivales, the summer night-time open-air market & wine tasting, or brand simply in a wine bar or a café-terrace... come and taste our south art de vivre!
The UNESCO city of Strasbourg.
With over 2000 years of rich history, Strasbourg, European capital at the crossroads of Latin and Germanic worlds and the 7th largest city in France, boasts a unique cultural and architectural heritage: its entire city centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988.
Delight your taste buds with our innovative Metz cuisine.
Full of summer sun, the Mirabelle is at the heart of Metz’s gastronomy. This small yellow plum transforms savoury dishes and is essential for sweet treats.
Fever pitch in Lille for Euro 2016!
During the UEFA Euro Championship 2016, do not miss the opportunity to come and visit Lille! In between games, enjoy a dram in one of our warm pubs, have a taste of one our many food specialties, and experience the hearty welcome of the Lille people!
Explore Avignon's two UNESCO sites.
Avignon is the ideal place to stay for a break in Provence. Capital of Christianity in the 14th century, the city is home to an outstanding historical and cultural heritage, as the Palace of the Popes, and the famous bridge, both ranked by UNESCO as World heritage for Humanity.
Spectacular vineyards in Aix.
Between Luberon, Alpilles, Étoile and Sainte-Victoire, the Aix vineyards run across the hills and down the slopes, soaking up the sunshine. An excellent terroir with many different nuances, where five Appellations d’Origine Contrôlée (the famous AOC) and the Vignobles & Découvertes (Vineyards & Discoveries) label will delight the wine tourists amongst you.
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