On July 14th, the tradition is that every French city should create the most beautiful firework show possible. Over the past few years, these shows have included music and have evolved in to real choreographed pyrotechnic shows.
Some cities have shown they have great imaginations and have created amazing fireworks shows which attract more and more people each year.… Read More
Every year on February 2nd, French people celebrate La Chandeleur. On this date, we used to cook crepes, that we would then flip in the skillet while holding a golden coin in the hand, which will bring us luck all year long.
Originally, crepes parties were part of a casual winter family routine that the Catholics picked as the celebration of Jesus Presentation to the Temple.… Read More
Christmas is a famous holiday all around the world, a family day where we give each other presents and eat a good meal together. With that said, each country has its own traditions around the 25th of December. France is no exception.
How do French people celebrate Christmas?… Read More
You don’t want to be like any other tourist? Are you looking for something different for your stay in France? Let the adventurer in you take over and spend your nights in the most unusual French hotels.
A Night in a Light House
Spend one night where only the sound of the waves disturb your peace.… Read More
We just celebrated Easter in France. Unlike in the United States, Easter Monday is also a holiday in France. This means that we do not work as this day was traditionally spent for family time and religious celebration.
Here are the other observed holidays in France: 12 a year in total.… Read More