France, a country in western Europe of some 67 million people is easily the most visited country in the world with nearly 84 million visitors last year, the next most popular is the United States with only 70million. It’s not hard to see why, France seduces travellers with its culture, language, iconic buildings (such as the Effel Tower and Milau Viaduct), cafes, architecture  not to mention its food and wine. The sheer geographic diversity of France’s beautiful countryside makes it impossible to get bored or tired of visiting time and again. From the broken coasts of Brittany to the vineyards of the Champagne region, the Pyrenees in the south, sun bathed Mediterranean beaches and the turquoise waters of Corsica. Each region has its own look and feel so you’re constantly being surprised and seduced by its many idiosyncrasies and attractions…

France’s Oardour-sur-Gland, Milau Viaduct and Toulouse

When my English friend Dave caught wind that I was soon to be back in London and needed to make my way to Barcelona, he was only too happy to take a weeks’ break from his hectic... Read more >>

Visiting the World Famous Champagne Houses in Reims and Epernay

While living in London it is popular to made regular trips to and around Europe, so when I was invited to join a group of 12 others (10 of them girls) on a long weekend visit to... Read more >>


I have visited the cosmopolitan capital of France on a number of occasions and am always struck by its beauty and monuments. It truly is one of the world’s great cities so it’s no surprised it is the world’s most visited with... Read more >>