Paris

France and Paris, Paris and France. You’ll have a great time exploring Paris, but you’ll miss places like Bordeaux and St. Tropez if you don’t get out of the city. Bordeaux Bordeaux is both a city and the center of the wine region in France. As a city, Bordeaux is surprisingly bereft of things to see. One can find unique statutes, fountains and the like, but there isn’t really a ...

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Paris incites the senses, asking to be seen, heard, touched, tasted and smelt. From romance along the Seine to landscapes on bus-sized canvases to the pick-an-ism types in cafes monologuing on the use of garlic or the finer points of Jerry Lewis, Paris is the essence of all things French. In the great local tradition of the flâneur, or considerate boulevard-stroller, Paris is a wonderful city for aimless moving about. ...

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Travelling by train to France is one of the most practical and beautiful ways of travel. Now you can travel to France from Figueres in Catalonia and other cities of Spain with the TGV French train. SNCF (French train railways) is in charge of the management that connect every city in France by high speed trains (French TGV) and the Corail traditional trains. This railway also connects countries at the ...

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The Nouvelle Vague appears in the fifties to become an equivalent to the conceptualization of the art in this film case. Films were plagued by evidence that it was to innovate. These works are precursors of the May 68 movement. Here you are the most interesting settings of the French Nouvelle Vague. 5 filming locations of movies of the Nouvelle Vague 1. Sardent de “Le Beau Serge”: We go back ...

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