Planning to visit France? According to The Statistics Portal, Europe is the number one destination for most travelers and with 83.7 million international tourists and France leads the world in the field of tourism. Whether you are planning to discover the wonders of France with a romantic getaway to Paris, a ski holiday in the Alps, a nature vacation by the ocean or a chic stay on the Riviera, France has many must-see sites.
We’ve looked far and wide to bring you the best Travel Blogs for a dream holiday to France. We hope you like these blogs as much as us and they contribute to a great holiday.
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France Travel Info
Debbie Cochener is the creator and primary photographer for her website that helps create vacation memories in France. She has been travelling all over the country and has selected places that will make you feel a part of everyday life in France. Debbie strongly recommends “stay-cations” rather than vacations to deeply enjoy the French way of life.
France Travel Guide
Nomadic Matt is New York Times best-selling author of How to Travel the World on $50 a Day and founder of this site. His France Travel Guide gives you advice to travel better, cheaper, and longer. It is about showing you what it’s really like on the road.
The Good Life in France
Janine Marsh is a writer and francophile. In 2012, she set up The Good Life France website to keep in touch with family and friends from France, but it rapidly became a website for everyone. She writes about the wonderful places she visited in France and shares her insider knowledge and secret places.
France Travel Tips
Janice Chung says she can’t stop going to France. She keeps returning and has had some unique experiences that are not often written about in guide books. Her article entitled Top 100 Experiences In France and Unique Paris Experiences include a wealth of wonderful things to try on your next trip. Janice loves researching trips and unique experiences and helping others save time and money.
To Europe and Beyond
Marie-Eve Vallières says that travel is the greatest gift anyone can get. She truly believes in travel as an education in and out of itself, on a variety of topics. Marie-Eve shares her travel tricks, must-does and must-sees, to discover France without breaking the bank.
Life in our Van
Catherine, Richard, Lottie and Libby Thorley packed their bags, jumped in a motorhome and got off to explore Europe. The Thorley family shares expert tips, advice and personal experiences to help you visit France and live a great French adventure.
Rachel and Pierre Guernier started French Moments as a blog to share some cultural pages and things about France for their students. It then turned into a huge travel and cultural resource with information, pictures, tips and tricks for a great holiday in beautiful France.
Yulia Saf’s main mission is to inspire you to travel more. In all her blog posts, Yulia tries to give some little tips and tricks to visit France in a “smart” way. That is to say by not paying for what is not necessary while experiencing must-see sites and must-do things in France.
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In 2014, Yaya and LLoyd talked about sharing their travel stories and photos with other like-minded travellers on the Internet. They started writing blog posts and within a few hours and great photos they had already edited, their blog was online and ready to go!
Allon France blog is designed to offer images and information from some of the places that the authors visited along the time in France. All you need to know as a tourist about France and its wonders is here: beauty, traveling, learning, experiencing and enjoying life in France.
Robin Locker Lacey is the owner of Mélange Travel and has been dishing out France travel advice and planning trips for nearly a decade. She is known as the ‘Carryon Queen’ in certain circles because she is a minimalist and naturally travels light. Robin is a Francophile, lover of food and wine, indy traveler, and says she never met a French cheese she didn’t like!
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