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Wednesday, April 06, 2016
When you go to Paris, the Louvre museum is a must-do! Not only for its impressive architecture and the thousands of art pieces it hosts since its creation centuries ago, but also for its accessibility and its position in the middle of Paris! At French Lessons Brisbane, we listed the 5 reasons why it is such an essential place to visit. Join us in the tour of the Louvre museum! (https://frenchlessonsbrisbane.edublogs.org/files/2016/02/lourve-164wbzv.jpg) 5 Reasons to Visit the Louvre  ..
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
Why Visit Rocamadour? France is a beautiful country with endless possibilities and opportunities for travellers. Anyone with a love for travelling will definitely want to explore France and the numerous gems within. While Paris is a must visit, there are numerous other spectacular cities and communes within France that are worth exploring and discovering for an exquisite experience of France. Rocamandour is one such commune in France that will leave every traveller spellbound! Over the years, it has attracted numerous travellers for the natural beauty and numerous travel opportunities it offers. The Commune is set in a gorge above a tributary of the River Dordogne. It is hom ..
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
5 Reasons to Visit Museum D'Orsay Paris is a beautiful city, thonged by millions of tourists and travellers every year. The place is full of beautiful experiences that make for a perfect holiday! Numerous historically significant sites, delectable food and wine, adventure, shopping and so much more... Paris offers it all! There are several museums in Paris: each unique and significant! The museum cultural in Paris is very strong and a visit to Paris is incomplete without 'Museum Hopping'. The Museum D'Orsay is one such gem of a museum that is an absolute must-see for every traveller in Paris. It is a museum dedicated to impressionism. The building in itself is a masterpiece  ..
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Exploring Provence - Why Visit Provence France? Nestled between the banks of the Rhône River and the Mediterranean Sea, Provence is an incredibly beautiful region of France. It’s filled with history, culture, natural attractions, and a number of culinary delights. It’s almost impossible to take in all of the sights and experience all of Provence in a single visit. However, if this is your first trip to this magical region, there are a few things that you must see and experience. Avignon – The Home of Popes In the 14th century, the city of Avignon was home to the Catholic popes. Here, you&rsqu ..
Friday, September 05, 2014
10 Best Places to Visit in Paris This new video blog outlines the top 10 places to visit in the city of love. The city is bursting with history and culture and is waiting for you to come and discover its many wonders! Paris is a destination on many of our bucket lists so use this helpful guide to make the most out of your time in the most beautiful city in the world! So just click on the link; To view 10 best places to visit in Paris https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjvvbuxVamI ..
Thursday, August 08, 2013
French Lessons Brisbane What if you could learn a new language easily and enjoy doing so along the way? With French Lessons In Brisbane, this dream can become a reality. French Lessons In Brisbane enable you to speak French or improve your current French language level. There are five distinct reasons for learning to speak French. Learning A Second Language Is Good For Business Purposes If you work for a business which sees French travelers often or you have to go to France or other French-speaking areas, learning a second language is a great idea. French Lessons In Brisbane will get you the education that you need to speak the language which is so vital to many business ..
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Tips When Vacationing in France Vacationing in France is an ideal notion for many reasons. The ambience, the culture, the food…and that’s just three great reasons to do so. When your future trip to France is in the planning stages, there are quite a few avenues to pursue in order to avoid any and all frustrations during your trip to France. The following will provide helpful hints to creating the perfect France vacation itinerary and helping to ensure that your travel is chaos-free. Choose the Right Time to Visit (http://www.flickr.com/photos/melancolie_velours/1045381348/sizes/m/in/photostream/) As with any type of  ..
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Tips When Buying a House in France Most individuals who visit France immediately fall in love with the region. From small, quaint towns to lively city locales, there is a little bit of something for everyone in France. For the more serious real estate shoppers, buying a home in France may be an ideal notion. Before purchasing property in France, whether it be a small cottage or large estate, the proper research is a necessity. Here are seven tips to keep in mind when buying a home in France: Research Regions of France (http://www.flickr.com/photos/dynamosquito/4138291204/sizes/m/in/photostream/) There are so many great areas throughout France where buying a ho ..
Thursday, May 16, 2013
While many people dream all their lives of seeing the Eiffel Tower, many don’t realize the rich history of the historic landmark. Before you start planning your visit, these five fun facts will teach you things you never knew about the world’s most visited monument. The Eiffel Tower was constructed in 1889 as the entrance to the World’s Fair. The monument was part of an exhibition celebrating the centennial of the French Revolution The Eiffel Tower was originally built only to last 20 years, with easy demolition part of the original job requirements. However, the tower proved invaluable for World War I communications and was left long afte ..
Thursday, April 04, 2013
Eiffel Tower Remains a Top Tourist Attraction Few landmarks have the universally global recognition enjoyed by Paris’s Eiffel Tower. Standing at an astonishing 1,050 feet tall, the Eiffel Tower has attracted more than 200 million visitors since 1889, making it one of the most popular landmarks in the world. Interestingly, the Eiffel Tower was originally designed to be the entrance to the World’s Fair. Made from iron, the tower was named after the engineer that designed it, Gustave Eiffel. In the early days of its existence, including during the fair, no elevator was available, requiring visitors to climb 300 steps to the first level and another 300 ste ..

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