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Our Eiffel Tower tour take you to the summit
If you never been to Paris this Eiffel tower tour is a must.It provides priority access along with an entertaining guide to experience this must-see Paris landmark. Our guide will take you straight to the second level while discussing the history, architecture, and fascinating stories about the Tower.
Paris multitude market options
It cannot be any more typical to discover the bubbling heart of a city by diving into the neighborhood markets. The Parisians are particularly attached to this legacy of Old Paris, and walk every weekend through the alleys of the 82 food markets of the capital.
New Paris Smartphone outsmarts tourism trials
Paris’ latest travel accessory, the INSIDR “digital concierge,” recently reported a steady climb in travel bookings despite the drastic tourism decline the city continues to face. INSIDR, launched in September 2015, is a LG smartphone with local & international calling & messaging services, 4G data, Wi-Fi and mobile hotspot that is fully...
Christmas in France
It all begins with skinning a hare, right in the alley of a city market. When you see that, you know the holidays aren’t far away.
Spotlight on the Burgundy region
Further to many interest on the Burgundy region from various clients we dedicated this blog on the some of the most popular products and services we offer to our Australian travelers. These include few of our best hotels and chateau stays, 'must visit' villages, finest dining restaurants, 2 of our best 1er Grand...
How to have a successful family holiday!
3. Finding accommodation kid-friendly.Again my recommendation is to rent an apartment in Paris which will become your home for the duration of your stay. Beside the higher costs of hotel rooms, it can be a nightmare when you have 2 or 3 children to contain in their rooms, when...
How to protect your identity and credit card when travelling
We don’t travel without travel insurance, so why not add protection for our passport and credit cards?Radio Frequency Identification technology, or RFID, used in passports and ‘tap and go’ credit cards has seen a jump in ‘electronic pickpockets’, both in our own backyard and abroad.
Getting around Paris
Paris is without question best explored on foot, and thanks to Baron Haussmann's mid-19th-century redesign, the City of Light is compact, unlike other cities like LA, or New York.
As a family of 5 we would like to do a canal cruise. Where do we start?
Travelling as a family I would definitely recommend a rental boat cruise on the canals of France and for one week. The Canal Du Midi, Burgundy region would be perhaps the most popular, but others like Alsace, Loire Valley or even the South West regions are also extremely attractive. All suggested cruise itineraries are located in...
What is a car leasing?
If you are travelling in Europe for more than 3 weeks, leasing a car with one of our 3 leasing programs; with Peugeot, Renault or Citroen is a great option for you. Leasing a vehicle gives you the freedom to cruise the open roads of Europe in style.
Tips on traveling by car in France
A driving holiday is the best way to see all the famous attractions France and Europe have to offer. With a car you will have the freedom to explore the cities, as well as all the nooks and crannies of the small towns and villages and doing whatever you like whenever...
Tips on Traveling by train in France and Europe
A driving holiday offers you more flexibility and freedom - whilst travelling by rail offers you a ‘piece of mind’ with no worries about getting from A to B, especially for long Journeys. French trains are considered some of the best in the world for their speed with the TGV...
Paris Apartment versus Hotel Room
Let’s say, you can rent a fully furnished 1 bedroom apartment for 2 to 4 people for less than $350.00 per night – when you need 2 hotel rooms for 4 people let’s say in a good 3* centrally located at not less than $250.00 per room per night making...