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About France

Cultural familiarity, boutique bistros, rich history, art, cuisine, architecture, wine, sun, sea and sand...the list goes on. From the famous sites and romance that personifies the French capital, to the lush wine regions and down to the coastal towns and cities of the Riviera, France caters to every whim. Lead the jet-setter life in Cannes or Nice while you sip cocktails and people watch to your hearts content. Join the beautiful people, sunning themselves along its southern coastlines, discover the history behind some of the oldest and most world renowned vineyards around Bordeaux, take in the sights in Paris or swat up on your history and pay your respects in the north. On a clear day, standing in the right spot, you can see France from our English shores, so there;s really no excuse not to visit and witness for yourself have diverse a country it really is.

When to visit

If you're planning a holiday in France, our top picks for the best time to travel would be andugust


August is a wonderful month to visit France. Sunflower and lavender fields bloom, grapes slowly ripen on the vine and the whole country is basked in glorious golden sunshine.

Books inspired by France

Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your France holiday


Edward Rutherfurd

An epic novel following four families over hundreds of years: bound by forbidden loves and marriages of convenience; dogged by vengeance and murderous secrets; torn apart by the irreconcilable differences of birth and faith, and brought together by the tumultuous history of their city. A book which bursts to life in the intrigue, corruption and glory of its people.

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Almost French

Sarah Turnbull

The author met "a very French Frenchman" whilst backpacking around Europe, accepted an invitation to spend a week with him, and never left. This is a perceptive and humorous book about the culture clashes and paradoxes of starting a new life in France.

Suite Française

Irène Némirovsky

A poignant two-part novel about French society at the point of the German invasion of WW2. Originally intended as 4 parts, the author's untimely death in Auschwitz in 1942 prevented the rest from being written. This was discovered and published 65 years later and is now hailed as a masterpiece.

A Year in the Merde

Stephen Clarke

A humorous bestselling novel about what the French are really like from the point of view of an Englishman who moves to Paris to start a new job.

Giovanni's Room

James Baldwin

David meets Giovanni in a bar in Paris and they're drawn into an intense love affair that David can't fully acknowledge. His girlfriend returns from abroad forcing difficult, life-altering decisions and desperate consequences.

A Year in Provence

Peter Mayle

The now-classic "upping roots" book about Mayle and his wife who bought a 200 year-old French farmhouse to begin a new life. This book was one of the first of its kind and follows the hilarious and unexpected, but ultimately enchanting, escapades that followed.

France Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers


23rd November 2021 by Kirsty Leanne

A guide to climbing the Eiffel Tower, Paris

When you visit the city of love, one of the top things that should be on your list of things to do is a trip to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Although many people believe that a trip to the top is a waste, the incredible views across Paris and the opportunity to learn the tower’s fascinating history makes it well worth a visit to the top. Before COVID and Paris 2024 renovations started, you could easily reach the tower ticket desks by simply walking under the tower itself. There were ticket...


11th October 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

How to spend 3 days in Dole, France

The birthplace of one of the greatest scientists Louis Pasteur. Dole, France is surely a place to visit. From its great and informative museum to its rich history, Dole deserves to be a part of your bucket list. Let’s explore more about this awesome city in France by listing all the things that one can do or visit while they’re staying here....


13th September 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab

Hidden gems in Paris: The best secret spots in Paris

Move aside Mona Lisa. Had an eyeful of the Eiffel? Here's our inside guide to the best kept secrets in Paris. Uncover our favourite collection of Paris hidden gems. Embrace modern France with a visit to the art and culture-filled Institut du Monde Arabe and sip mint tea while gazing at Parisian rooftops and the bulk of Notre Dame.For a more (ahem) immersive experience, strip off and head to the Hamman at the Paris Mosque (although not in that order.) Once you've recovered from the vigorous...


19th May 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

French Food: Top 12 French dishes you should try on your trip to France

French dishes are not only able to satisfy your tongue, but also your eyes. Its beautiful and artistic presentation made us to not want to eat it. The delicious taste makes us want to go back to France over and over again. However, you should know that culinary tours in France are not cheap, especially if you go to fancy restaurants. But these prices are worth the quality of the dishes served. Here we have a list consisting of 12 types of French dishes that you have to try when you’re...


22nd April 2021 by PommieTravels

UK Travelers: Time for a road trip in France

It is well-known, British citizens love to cross “la Manche” and head to France for a few days off. Now that we will soon be able to travel more freely, it is obvious that many of them will get in their car and head down for a change of scenery. But everybody can enjoy a road trip in Northern France, no matter where you are from. Here is our suggestion for a great time....


1st April 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

Weekend itinerary in Bergerac, France

Bergerac is a town in France. It is famous for its Old Town’s buildings and castles. It is located in the Department of Dordogne in which would give you the opportunity to visit the famous Dordogne river. You can do canoe trips or cruise here. But not only that, Bergerac, France surely has a lot to offer. From visiting old churches and Old Town to wine tasting in its museum. We really can’t get enough of this wonderful town in France....


1st March 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

How to spend 3 days in Carcassonne, France

Carcassonne is a hilltop town located in France. It’s known for its Medieval castle. If you’re into historical facts and stuff, Carcassonne is perfect for you! Be amazed by the walls, ramparts, and architecturally beautiful buildings that this town has for us. Don’t forget to bring your camera as everything you will see here is very picturesque!...