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Exploring France's Calanques National Park
Calanques National Park, established in 2012, is one of France's youngest national parks. Famous for the rugged Massif des Calanques, which runs between Marseille to Cassis, the park is the perfect place to enjoy some outdoor activities such as hiking, diving, and kayaking.
TripBlogOct 14, 2020 0 2,144
Go to These Local Towns and Take An Alternative Route in The South of France
In addition to popular tourist destinations, Provence has many local towns that can be visited for a long time or just one day, such as Avignon, Arles, and Marseille.
TripBlogDec 27, 2019 0 522
Recommendations for Authentic Local Cuisine in Marseille
Recommendations for authentic local cuisine in Marseille
TripBlogDec 23, 2019 0 990
6 Must-Visit Small Shops in Marseille
6 Must-visit Small Shops in Marseille
TripBlogNov 28, 2019 0 485
Why do You Only Want to See Lavender in Provence? These Activities are Also Really Fun!
Why do you only want to see lavender in Provence? These activities are also really fun!
TripBlogNov 20, 2019 0 616
These Special Markets in Provence Bring You The Most Authentic Local Flavors
There are numerous special markets in Provence, where you can taste local specialties, buy local souvenirs, and select some unique antiques on the flea market.
TripBlogNov 13, 2019 0 713
Going Into The Sea by Day, Romantic France Can Also Give You A Shot of Adrenaline
A journey on the cote de azure by bicycle. This French Riviera Half-Day eBike Tour from Nice is a tour that starts from 10 AM at the old town of Nice. Once we get on the e-bikes, which looks like the folding bikes we have in China, we will go biking for 4 hours during the day, and even when we go up hills, it will not be too tiring. The route departs from Nice, follows the coast to
TripBlogNov 8, 2019 0 355
Know the History of Marseilles by Watching Buildings
Marseilles was established by the Greeks in 600 B.C. at the earliest. It is an ancient port city with the history for several thousand years. This album introduces the castles, museums and churches in Marseilles which are most worth visiting and playing and are conductive to understanding the human history of Marseilles.
TripBlogOct 31, 2019 0 907
Things to do in Marseille: South Port in France
Settled at the Southern Coast of France, Marseille is among the largest cities in France, only second to its capital Paris. The city has aged like a fine wine, retaining much of its history and old towns. In contrast, one can spot spectacular ports crowded with luxury yachts, oceanfront cafes and flashy shopping malls in the city center. A hub for trade and commerce from 600 BC, the city has retained its importance to date. In addition to that, its location near the Mediterranean Sea attracts over a million visitors from across the globe. Food lovers visit for the seafood, admirers of art for the cluster of Museums, and fortresses and explorers are up for a surprise. Months extending May to August witnesses’ heavy traffic, which is accompanied by higher tariffs on hotels and flights. To escape both, plan your vacation September onwards as beaches and attractions are empty for the most part.
TripBlogOct 29, 2019 0 1,399 is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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