Dordogne cartes system under pressure - The
Dordogne cartes system under pressure The ConnexionA new online appointments system for carte de séjour applications in the Dordogne is already booked out until the end of October – but the prefecture say they ...
Posted on 4 July 2018 | 12:00 am
Antoine Donzeaud: Une décision purement
Antoine Donzeaud: Une décision purement pratique - Announcements E-FluxMusée d'Art et d'Archéologie du Périgord - MAAP 22 Cours Tourny 24000 Périgueux France www.perigueux-maap.fr. Musée Vesunna Parc de Vésone, 20 Rue ...
Posted on 20 June 2018 | 12:00 am
How Dordogne has been hit hard by a steep
How Dordogne has been hit hard by a steep rise in home burglaries The Local FranceThe picturesque department of Dordogne in south west France that attracts thousands of foreign residents has seen home burglaries rise by 40 percent in just a ...
Posted on 7 June 2018 | 12:00 am
Dordogne holiday guide: what to see plus the
Dordogne holiday guide: what to see plus the best restaurants and hotels The GuardianThe food, wine and idyllic lifestyle of this region's villages have always appealed to Brits – and with Brexit looming they're settling in record numbers – but that ...
Posted on 7 April 2018 | 12:00 am
Chateau de Lalande Hotel Review, Dordogne,
Chateau de Lalande Hotel Review, Dordogne, France | Travel Telegraph.co.ukRead the Chateau de Lalande, Dordogne, France hotel review on Telegraph Travel. See great photos, full ratings, facilities, expert advice and book the best ...
Posted on 26 February 2018 | 10:37 pm
Resolved Question: Places to see (and a town
I am playing travel agent and chauffeur for my parents (mid-70s) and daughter (12) for a trip to France where we will visit family (Strasbourg) and a town with historical relevance to our family (Brantome, not far from Perigueux). We would like to take a leisurely pace between Dijon and Brantome, staying somewhere in between overnight, but don't know where to stay. Limoges has not been described as a terrific place for tourists. How's Moulins? Montlucon? Anything else you'd recommend? I'm sure my parents wouldn't mind seeing a castle along the way, if there is one to visit.
Thank you. Or, as Mr. Bean replied when complimented on his French, "Gracias." Gueret is another possible town.
Or we could just take a longer route by heading north or south of the route that Google Maps suggests, but we still just have a couple of days (one night) from Dijon to Brantome.
Posted on 12 August 2013 | 7:24 am
Resolved Question: Ideas for places to go in
We've only ever been to northern france for long weekends but are considering taking a 2 week holiday and driving down to southern France in August.
Therefore, we would really appreciate if anyone can give us some ideas of towns that we can look into staying in (we will be privately renting). We have heard not even to bother heading to the Cote D-Azur in August because of the crowds so are looking for somewhere less touristy but still with enough to do.
We are happy to look anywhere from mid to all the way down to the Spanish border, as long as its going to be hot and also we don't mind if it is inland or by the coast. We are just looking for traditional towns with some sort of nightlife but not crazy just nice bars and restaurants that are more local prices than tourist prices! If we could drive to a beach in under an hour that would be good but if it is really inland we would try and rent a place with a pool.
We look forward to hearing from anyone with some ideas! Thanks!
Posted on 23 May 2013 | 10:38 pm
Resolved Question: Going to France in
Hey there. Okay so me and my mum haven't been on holiday together for nearly 10 years, so we are saving up for a big holiday in 2014 when I have left school. :) We have decided to go to France, we are taking the ferry over there so no need to comment on options for getting there. I was curious though, what areas should we visit with what attractions? Obviously Paris though lol ;) There is no maximum amount of days etc, so we will be there for however long it takes! Here's some more questions though, thanks :)
1. Where should we start? We'll be arriving at either Calais or st malo, so how should we go round the country??
2. How should we get around, if we hired a car it would cost a load, and my mum doesn't fancy driving her own car everywhere either..?
3. What attractions are best to see, places/beaches to go to?
4. I leave school at the end of may, so when would be the best time to go?
Err i guess that's about it! If you have any extra info that would be muchly appreciated! :D xxx Please remember that my mum doesn't actually want to drive everywhere, so I wanted alternatives please! :)
Posted on 22 September 2012 | 6:38 pm
Resolved Question: Do you know any
I am curious about the summer program in Perigueux, France that is run through the Franco American Vocal Academy. I am a young soprano in her 20s and I am looking for a summer program that will provide a good growing experience.
Posted on 7 August 2012 | 1:47 pm
Resolved Question: Where is a good place to
My fiancé and I are traveling in France and got engaged earlier this month. We are hoping to buy a vintage or antique ring while we are here. We are driving through the Dordogne to Nice in the next couple weeks. What city would be a good place to visit to find Bijoux Anciens stores? We tried Perigueux yesterday with almost no luck. We probably won't go to Bordeaux unless it's the best bet.
Also, is there vintage engagement jewelry that's specific to France.
Posted on 19 January 2012 | 1:31 am