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For the first time, the tapestry of the Last Supper, a reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting will be presented outside of Vatican Museums and Italy
The March Saint- Georges International Music Festival is a tribute to Joseph BOLOGNE (1745-1799), better known as Chevalier de Saint-Georges, historical figure born in Guadeloupe who was a virtuoso violinist, conductor and the first known Black composer
PARIS INVITES YOU TO ENJOY THE SHOW
Orlando, FL (January 23, 2019) – When France hosted the 2018 Ryder Cup, the secret was out – golfers discovered an ideal pairing of pristine courses and first-class wine and food. From January 23-25, Atout France, the France Tourism Development Agency, is pleased to share information about the can’t-miss golf destinations in France from Normandy to Provence. Visit booth 3473 to meet with 10 partners including:
Paris abounds with cafés, bistros, and fine cuisine of all kinds; yet some things are best savored en région. Take sauerkraut in Alsace, for instance, or oysters on the coast. It’s hard to beat the authenticity. Luckily, a number of cities with delectable local specialties and notable chefs are less than two hours by train from the capital by TGV, or high-speed train. Pack your weekender or just go for the day and hop on the next train for a culinary adventure.
If you’re conflicted about when to travel to France—why not plan your journey around a local event that suits your fancy? From music and dance to history and technology, there are many regional festivities all year long that showcase France’s cultural prowess, both traditional and modern. If you’re alighting in Paris, these cities are located under two hours from the capital by high-speed train. Here is a sampling of notable events worth traveling a bit further for.
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POITIERS – Hôtel restaurant au Château de Dissay (June 2018)
The magnificent, 15th-century Château de Dissay was built by Pierre d'Amboise, Bishop of Poitiers, and is rich in history. Today, having been purchased in 2015 by Christophe Bouvier, it is a five-star, 30-room hotel with a spa and two restaurants. Just 30 minutes north of Poitiers and an hour from Tours and the castles of the Loire, the château and its gardens are listed historic monuments.
In 1975, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) began compiling a World Heritage List of outstanding cultural or natural sites important to the heritage of humanity.