Category Archives: FRANCE

Trains From Paris to Munich: All You Need to Know About The Journey

Trains From Paris to Munich

Want to travel from Paris to Munich by train? Then here’s all you need to know about how to make this journey… 2 classic cities on the European circuit, there’s no question that if you haven’t visit either Paris in France or Munich in Germany before, that you definitely should! The sort of the destinations […]

Ski Trip Packing List: First Timer’s Guide

Ski Trip Packing List First Timer's Guide

It was for the first time this year, at the ripe old age of 37, that I finally tried my hand at skiing. Ok, well that’s not strictly true, I had once tried skiing as part of a school trip aged 11, but had such a horrific experience ploughing into and essentially mowing down one […]

Morzine Skiing: All You Need to Know to Plan your Perfect Trip

Morzine Skiing All You Need to Know

I went skiing in Morzine and I liked it! An adapted song lyric that I heard ringing around this French ski resort more than once, this Morzine mantra mostly seemed to emanate from the infamous Folie Douce – a bar notorious for its bench dancing, champagne cheering, cheesy pop fun brilliance. And, in a way, […]

Morzine Camping: Paid Sites, Refuge Network & Wild Camps

Morzine Camping

It’s a well-known skiing resort, in fact I’d argue it’s one of France’s best (learn why here), but did you know Morzine in the Alps is also an amazing spot to visit in the summer months? Awash with beautiful biking trails, alpine scenery, hiking opps and some pretty exceptional French charm thrown in for good […]

How to Organise Your Geneva to Morzine Transfer

How to Organise Your Geneva to Morzine Transfer

Planning on heading for a ski break in the beautiful French Alps resort of Morzine? Great shout! This incredible ski in / ski out is 100% vehicle free and offers one of the largest number of runs for skiers of all levels. But how to get to Morzine? Well, spoiler alert, if you didn’t already […]

Finding the Best Hotel in Morzine: The Perfect Ingredient in your Alps Adventure

Finding the Best Hotel in Morzine, France

I’m going to keep it tight and to the point here – if you’re looking for the best hotel in Morzine, look no further! Whether you plan to ski in the winter, cycle in the summer, travel with your family, go it alone, stay in a cosy room or rent out an entire chalet, this […]

Ultimate Guide to Camping France’s Alsace Region

Ultimate Guide to Camping In the Alsace, France

The dreamy area of the Alsace in the east of France is a camper’s paradise. Filled with historic villages, wonderful vineyards, plenty of delightful rural scenery and lots of cycling opportunities, this is the ideal spot to settle in and enjoy this country at her best. Located near to the German border, and with Belgium, […]

Top 10 Alsace Airbnbs: Stays For Every Budget

Top 10 Alsace Airbnbs in France

Home to beautiful wine tasting experiences, quaint Medieval villages, brightly-coloured half-timbered homes and stunning French scenery, there’s no question the Alsace area, in the Grand-Est region of France, takes some beating as a place to stay. There’s so much to do and see here, not to mention eat and drink, that you really should allow […]

How Best to Plan Your Visit to the Alsace Wine Route

Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Alsace Wine Route Trip

Set over in the very east of France, the beautiful Alsace region is one of the spots in this country you have to visit, especially if you like a good wine route! Offering incredible Medieval villages that look like something out of a fairytale, combined with some of the country’s best vineyards, stunning countryside views, […]

How to Travel From Strasbourg to Colmar

How to Travel From Strasbourg to Colmar

Well congratulations. because if you’re looking how to travel from Strasbourg to Colmar, it’s likely you’re planning to visit one of France’s most amazing regions, so well done! Yes if you hadn’t guessed from this opening sentence, there’s no question that the Alsace is one of my favourite regions in France thanks to its Medieval […]