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Make the summer of 2015 count at a beach party in Italy, Spain and France. Venere has put together a guide to the best party locations in southern Europe this summer!
Beach parties in Italy, France and Spain

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Finding decent accommodation in Cannes, especially during the film festival can prove tricky, but there are plenty of options away from La Croisette and town centre that won’t cost the earth. Here are some tips on accommodation options in the area.
Cannes Film Festival boy

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Black truffles are very appreciated by food connoisseurs all over the world. Discover more about them with our article!
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One of the most romantic trips I have ever had was when my husband surprised me with two tickets to fly to Paris. I have always wanted to see this beautiful city and spend time using my schoolgirl French. We stayed at a fantastic hotel which was located right in the city centre, perfect for sightseeing.

Romantic trip

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Since the twelfth century, Paris has been a European hub of arts and learning. It boasts its position not only in France and Europe but also in the world as a leading business centre. However its attraction to tourists over the globe is what makes its standing as a cultural centre.

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For those interested in doing snorkeling/scuba diving, France offers astounding scuba diving destinations to get the best experience. The country brings us the images of Paris, fashion, and its vineyards, but it is also gaining popularity for water sports like snorkeling and scuba diving etc.

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Located on a rocky tidal island in Normandy, France, is the commune known as Mont St. Michel and its population of 44 residents. It is situated roughly a half mile off France’s northwestern coastline near Avranches at the Couesnon River’s mouth. The island is most known for the Norman Benedictine Abbey of St Michel, the beautiful and well-preserved structure situated on the island’s peak. The medieval town is filled with diverse architectural styles and surrounded by numerous winding streets.

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Are you travelling on a budget? The following is a list of the top 10 picks for beach hotels and B&B’s:

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In the quiet residential suburb of Saint-Cloud, set in the Western quarter of Paris, the residents anxiously await the return of the internationally acclaimed Rock en Seine Rock ’n’ Roll festival. Whether the residents await the return with joy or the trepidation remains to be seen. What is known for sure however is that the festival-goers are most certainly awaiting its return with excitement.

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For the individual who enjoys a beach vacation, a lively nightlife, and some of the finest French cuisine in the country, Marseilles is one of the livelier cities to visit. If you prefer the Vegan and vegetarian lifestyle, there is plenty to enjoy there as well. Here is a list of the top vegetarian restaurants in Marseilles, France.

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The city on the French Riviera known as St. Tropez was originally made famous by the French actress Brigette Bardot. However, today it is the hotspot of southern France for the very rich and famous. Apart from the beautiful location, the scenic city is known for its interesting array of cafes, shopping arcades and a host of sightseeing destinations.

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So you’ve been to Paris and seen the sights – walked down the Champs-Élysées, visited the Notre Dame, discovered that the Mona Lisa is smaller than what you expected, travelled to the top of the Eiffel Tower and marveled at the Sacre Coeur. Think you’ve seen it all? Try something extravagant next and see a side of Paris you have not experienced before. Warning: you’ll need cash, and lots of it.

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A rich assortment of artwork from different parts of the world adorns the Musée du Louvre, Paris. Works from a broad span of time, Prehistoric Period to mid-nineteenth century, enhance diversity of the permanent collection. The erstwhile fortress and the home of royalty the Louvre was transformed into a museum in the late eighteenth century. And, the building has been renovated many times and improvements are on going.

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Looking for a hotel in Paris to stay during your visit of the “city of love”? The following five hotels are definitely good choices.

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Have you always dreamed about visiting a real medieval castle? Well, Carcassone is the perfect place to make your dream come true. Nearly three million people visit every year this fortified medieval hilltop where the entire city is a castle. UNESCO declared La Cite, the fortified upper city, as World Heritage Site in 1997.

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