What's New in France for 2019

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What’s New in France for 2019

NEW YORK, Dec. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — France is always an exciting destination but the year ahead promises a buffet of intriguing events beyond the capitol. Read on for the top reasons to pack your bags and book a flight: NORMANDY – 75th Anniversary of the D…

5 French Wine Routes To Explore This Fall

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5 French Wine Routes To Explore This Fall

Vineyards transitioning from lush green to shades of red, orange, and yellow signifies fall – a glorious time to visit French wine regions.

An Intimate and Symbolic Bond: Quentin Roosevelt, the Great War, and American-French Relations

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An Intimate and Symbolic Bond: Quentin Roosevelt, the Great War, and American-French Relations

By Vincent Harmsen, 2017–2018 Houghton Library Visiting Fellow and recipient of the William Dearborn Fellowship in American History. Mr. Harmsen holds a master’s degree in history from the Sorbonne University, Paris. November 19, 1918 would have been the twen…

Love Art, Flowers or Photography? Get Inspired on a Special Interest Itinerary from Insight Vacations

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Love Art, Flowers or Photography? Get Inspired on a Special Interest Itinerary from Insight Vacations

NEW YORK, Oct. 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Whether you’re particularly passionate about flowers, beer, art, or photography, Insight Vacations, the leader in premium escorted journeys, has a trip that delves straight into the heart of the matter. Offering just a …

Château du Courdreceau is the Most Private of Golf Getaways

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Château du Courdreceau is the Most Private of Golf Getaways

Sorry Scotland. This exclusive use chateau and 14-hole course is now at the top of our bucket list.

5 Little-Known Chateaux to Visit Near Paris this Fall

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5 Little-Known Chateaux to Visit Near Paris this Fall

Ti’s the season for chateaux hunting! The summer crowds have gone and the weekends are ripe for exploring French history and horticulture as the Autumn leaves crunch beneath your feet. Of course, you won’t find us fighting our way through the selfie sticks at…

Château de Chambord plants ‘first vines since French Revolution’

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Château de Chambord plants ‘first vines since French Revolution’

A 16th century French château that looks like something out of a Disney film and has an estate equal to the size of central Paris is to start producing its first wines for 200 years. Château de Chambord is listed by UNESCO. This 16th Century estate is prepari…

Check In: Hotel Review: Modern Luxury in the Vineyards of France

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Check In: Hotel Review: Modern Luxury in the Vineyards of France

Two recently opened hotels in the Loire Valley and Champagne region are ideal spots for traveling oenophiles and French monarchists.