It’s finally time to make those travel plans and pack your bags. France has reopened to visitors. Here’s everything you need to know about the current rules for entering France and Covid-19 restrictions.
Looking for things to do in Paris? It’s a big city that begs to be explored. Since there’s no way to fit everything into one visit, here are French Side Travel’s Top 10 highlights.
Renting a car is an excellent way to visit France. It gives you the flexibility to see small villages at your own pace, to get out into the lovely French countryside, and to linger at far-off vineyards and restaurants. Visitors miss so much of France if they never leave the cities. Driving is the best way to avoid crowds and to have the most authentic experience. Here’s what you need to know
Provence’s blooming lavender fields are an iconic site that are well-worth timing your trip around. Here are our top tips.
The rolling Alpilles have a famous connection to painter Vincent Van Gogh and are known for their fine olive oil.
The Lubéron massif is one of the can’t-miss attractions of any trip to Southern France. Think long, summer days, brilliant sunshine, medieval villages crowning hilltops, and rolling olive, apricot, and almond orchards… seas of purple lavender…