One of the biggest city’s in France, Nice is home to its famous carnival and the wonderful Castle Hill.
Millau is a maze of narrow streets that lead to secluded squares, fountains, markets, shops and churches. And of course the viaduct.
There are 20 Paris arrondissements, or districts. Most popular tourist attractions are in the central 8 arrondissements.
Besancon occupies a stunning site on a meander in the River Doubs; not surprisingly, this is the capital city of Franche Comté.
Chartres is relaxing, unassuming and welcoming, an ideal place to spend an agreeable few days, almost off the beaten track.
Albi is best known for its beautiful cathedral, the amazing 1,000 year old bridge and the Fashion and Toulouse Lautrec museums.
The city is a delight to explore, with many meandering ways that will draw you in, beckoning like an impatient child.
Carcassonne is one of the largest fortified towns in Europe, and one of the best conserved.