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France Tourism: Best of France
There's much more to France than Paris—from the fairy-tale châteaux of the Loire Valley to the lavender fields of Provence, and the French Riviera's celebrity-studded beaches. World-famous gastronomy and fine wines provide the perfect complement to the country's alpine views and architectural masterpieces.
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- By Wine Enthusiast10 Best Wine Destinations 2019: Beaujolais, FRGuide: https://enth.to/Beaujolais If you’re on the hunt for a beautiful French wine region that’s close to a major city, there’s nowhere like Beaujolais. Under an hour from Lyon, the country’s self-proclaimed gastronomic capital, this rolling region is perfect for either a day trip or a longer stay. It’s a pleasure all on its own to get lost on winding roads amid hills and vines. But turn any corner, and you’ll find small, buzzy villages and wineries that welcome visitors. As the quality of the wines has increased, so have the guest facilities. Fine dining and local restaurants abound, as do comfortable hotels with their own restaurants. Go now, before it becomes too popular. —Roger Voss10 items
- By EaterThe Ten Essential Paris BakeriesIn Paris, where corner mom-and-pop shops jockey for space with temples of haute-pâtisserie, pastry is part of everyday life—it isn't uncommon to see lines of Parisians picking up fresh tartes for Sunday brunch with the family, or schoolchildren racing to their favorite bakery for a goûter. Pastries are sold at pâtisseries — shops dedicated specifically to sweet baked goods made with dough, as opposed to breads, which are sold at boulangeries. Some shops offer both bread and pastry, but don't necessarily rely on being able to pick up a great baguette along with your palmiers, or vice versa. The city is thick with pastry shops, and competition among them is fierce, but these ten pâtisseries are among the greatest that Paris—and therefore the world—has to offer. Read More: https://www.eater.com/maps/paris-patisserie-pierre-herme-giles-marchal-carl-marletti10 items
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