7 Reasons to Buy the Oct/Nov issue of France Today magazine!

7 Reasons to Buy the Oct/Nov issue of France Today magazine!

Hot off the press. The Oct/Nov issue of France Today magazine is out now! Here are 7 reasons not to miss out:

Franche-Comté Uncovered
Tootle off the beaten track to explore this unspoilt region of great mountain ranges, abundant rivers and historical nooks. Correspondent Gillian Thornton takes us to “the land of plenty”– one of the best kept secrets in France.

Aerial view of Besançon in Franche-Comté. Photo: Fotolia

Île-de-France sans Paris
Venture out of Paris and follow in the footsteps of the artists and kings who called Île-de-France their home. Proud Francilienne Marion Sauvebois also hits up the dance floor at a riverside guingette

Versailles palace. Photo: © Christian Milet

Skiing in the Pyrénées
Calling all adrenaline hounds. Grab your skis and ditch the Alps’ crammed pistes for the Pyrénées’ incomparable slopes.

Pistes in the Pyrénées

Around the Bois de Vincennes
Take a stroll around the Paris’s famous ‘eastern lung’, the Bois de Vincennes, and find out why it’s a playground for Parisians. Did we mention the wildlife, jazz concerts, botanical gardens, and France’s most spectacular zoo?

Bois de Vincennes. Photo: Paris Office du Tourisme

Meet the King of Pork
We chat to France’s ‘King of Pork’, Stéphane Reynaud, about his newfound love of tofu…

Stéphane Reynaud

The Chemin du Puy
Grab your ‘passport’ and head off on the Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle pilgrim route. Ready to embark on the next chapter of his life, Daniel Kearney sets off in search of a new direction….

Le Puy-en-Velay

Winter Breaks Guide 2017/18
From ski resorts and Christmas markets to quirky festivals and luxurious spas, your next trip starts here!

A blissful winter break in France. Photo: Fotolia

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France Today magazine, US edition, October/November 2017 issue

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