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Hiking in the French Ardennes

Tucked away, in a corner of north-eastern of France, sandwiched between Champagne and Belgium, the French Ardennes are something of a mystery. Dense forests cover ...
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Guide to the prettiest towns of Alsace

A guide to the best villages, vineyards and castles of Alsace by award winning photographer Jeremy Flint. The north-eastern French region of Alsace is a ...
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The Storks of Alsace

Take a stroll through the villages of Alsace in search of the famous storks鈥 Eight AM. It was the first day of my multi-day walking ...
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Guebwiller’s colourful Christmas traditions

Looking for an alternative to a traditional white Christmas in France? Follow north-west France鈥檚 Roman Route, its Route des Cretes (summits) or Route des Orgues ...
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What to see and do in聽Metz, Lorraine

聽Janine Marsh explores Metz, the historic city of light where a dragon once lived鈥 鈥淎nyone been to Metz?鈥 I asked in my local bar in ...
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Guide to Colmar in Alsace

Colmar in Alsace is irresistibly pretty. The old town is brimming with wonky ancient buildings. The gentle river is perfect for boat rides. Flower bedecked ...
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What to see and do in Petite France, Strasbourg

Perfectly preserved, the picturesque Petite France district in the city of Strasbourg, Alsace, north east France, is one of those places where visitors, on seeing ...
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The best Champagne tours of Champagne

Nothing beats sipping delicious Champagne in Champagne. It is the drink of choice for celebrations around the world and it is only produced in one ...
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What to see and do in Mulhouse Alsace

Mulhouse in Alsace in the northeast of France is a master of reinvention. It was once a flourishing textile and manufacturing town but globalisation of ...
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Things to do in Winter in Alsace

Alsace is the quintessential winter destination with its fairy tale like villages, especially with a dusting of snow. Museums are less crowded, menus reflect the ...
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