History of French cars
The French madly love everything domestic, they are proud of their cars, wines, spirits and in general everything that is produced in them in the state. French cars, the production…

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Alpine France
The western part of the mountain alpine massif passes through the territory of France. The country has 330 km of picturesque mountains and valleys, gorges and meadows. Tourists love to…

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Do not fall prey to translation difficulties
Do you know this picture: you are on holiday abroad, trying to explain to a local resident about a vital matter for you - for example, how many more kilometers…

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different festivals

All in amusement parks!

Today amusement parks are a powerful segment of the tourist business with a turnover of billions of dollars. These are huge complexes, which include, in addition to attractions, their own infrastructure for receiving and serving tourists – hotels, restaurants, shops and even travel agencies.The pioneers of this concept in the entertainment industry were parks that appeared in the second half of the 50s in the United States. Today, there are only about 20 in Orlando (Florida). Continue reading

Tin, White Valley
Selection of a resort: after visiting French Chamonix in February 2004, it was intended in 2005 to restrict myself to something like Dombai or Krasnaya Polyana. But having visited Elbrus…

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The whole truth about the English Channel
The English Channel connects the two largest countries in Europe - France and the UK. The length of the strait is 578 km, and the width is from 32 km…

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French mountain resorts are fighting for those who do not ski in the mountains
According to the latest research of major European marketing agencies, 25% of those who come to the mountains do not engage in active leisure in the usual way: they do…

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Dungeons of the City of Light
The French capital is often called the City of Light. The facades of light-colored stone houses, wide avenues, the yellowish waters of the Seine, and now the beautiful night illumination…

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