What have you got Toulouse?

Toulouse. It's the aviation capital of France, the gateway to the Pyrenées and the most unashamedly Spanish of the French cities with its relaxed vibe and proximity to Catalunya, Spain. With two and a half days to explore the city and plenty of...
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Ryanair Stories: Mission to the Dordogne Region of France

Ever dreamt of being a princess?  Or a gallant knight?  No matter what your age, you'll realise that the Dordogne region of France with its rolling hills dotted with castles and manors is the stuff of storybooks. You could easily get lost in this...
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7 Things You’ll Take Home from Toulouse

  Rose-tinted Photos   A photo posted by Walter N (@walter_en) on Aug 26, 2015 at 4:24am PDT   Toulouse gets its nickname 'La Ville Rose' (Pink City) from the colour of the brick used throughout the city and it...
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The Fashion Lover’s Guide to Paris

We’ve rounded up some easy Parisian style tips along with the best places to shop if you want to bag some of that timeless French style on your next trip to the city of lights...   Keeping it Simple and Chic   It’s no secret that...
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Nine Reasons Everyone Should Go To Aveyron

The Aveyron region in the south of France is just a bit different. Although biggest, it’s probably the least-explored department in France, and it’s certainly the most sparsely populated. Visit the region and you might easily get the feeling that...
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Ryanair Stories: Postcards from France

As usual, we've been collecting your trip reviews and holiday snaps, because we love hearing how you all get on once you step off the aircraft at your destination. And as usual, you all know how to really enjoy a holiday! Here are just some of your...
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A Local’s Guide to Strasbourg with Julien Renouf

Julien Renouf has lived in Strasbourg since 2003 and founded the website Blog Kapoue as a way of sharing news about events, restaurant openings and interviews with locals living in the Strasbourg and Alsace region. As something of an expert on the...
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Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the epicentre of Arty Paris

Even if you haven’t been to Paris yet, you can picture the Eiffel Tower, the Sacré Cœur or the Champs-Elysées. But Paris has so much more to offer. Every neighbourhood or ‘arrondissement’, even every street brings its shares of surprises… On the Rive...
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Nice’s Nicest Ices – Fennochio Glacier

If you’re in Nice, you have to go to Fennochio Glacier to try some of their amazing flavours – missing it would be like going to London and not seeing Big Ben. I spent the last weekend of April in Nice, with nine other hens and a bride-to-be. It’s  a...
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Mont Saint-Michel: France’s Emerald City

I first encountered Mont Saint-Michel during a European trip when I was 11 and let's just say my excitement for yet another sight containing a church was, well…non-existent.  Fast-forward a decade or so and I've fallen in love with its legitimately...
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Where to Eat in Paris When You’re Vegetarian

If you tell a French person you don’t eat meat, they will feed you chicken. If you politely remind that French person that you do not, in fact, eat meat…they will stare vacantly at you then probably feed you fish. How my mum eventually explained it...
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