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Ferry to France Information

If you’re planning a trip across to France there a number of ferry operators to choose from. Different factors will influence your choice such as the region in which you will be taking your break or holiday and whether you’re planning a day trip which requires a short hop. Another consideration is your location in the UK and proximity to Ferry ports as this can add an unwanted extension to the time you spend travelling to your destination.

In order to help you pick the right ferry crossing, we’ve selected some of the best online offers available from the main UK Ferry companies to help you make your decision. Remember, don’t just go on price - take a look at some of the reviews from customers who have used the services and are featured on our site as these will cut through the marketing talk and give you a real insight in to which ferry operator provides the best service.

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A Guide To Bourges

Every year Bourges plays host to three annual grand pageants which is one of the reasons why it is known as a city of light and music. Throughout the ages, the city has inspired and delighted visitors. In fact Julius Caesar himself said the city was one of the most beautiful throughout Gaule. Bourges is part of a UNESCO World Heritage list because of its half timbered houses and old streets. The town has a wonderful Gothic cathedral, some stately palaces, sculpted mansions and a medieval quarter that bustles and serves as a reminder of its rich history.


The Quarters Of Bordeaux Part Two

So you are heading to Bordeaux and planning your ideal itinerary and wondering what should be on it. Well as we said in our previous post Bordeaux is made up of its own idiosyncratic quarters where there is something for everyone. Here is part two of our guide to some of the quarters that you should visit on your trip to this wonderful city:

The Saint Eloi quarter.

If you are visiting this quarter the focus is the Grosse Cloche which lies very close to the Eglise Saint Eloi. The main shopping street in Bordeaux called the rue Sainte Catherine is also very near by. The Grosse Cloche serves as a link to the Saint Pierre, Victoire and Saint Michel quarters and sort of functions like a crossroads for the oldest quarter in the city.


The Quarters Of Bordeaux Part One

One of the most important towns in France’s south western region is Bordeaux which is an excellent place to explore because it is so rich in history. Bordeaux is located on the Atlantic coast and is one of the most important wine producing regions in the world and is in fact considered the wine capital of the world.

There are a number of stunning 18th century buildings in Bordeaux that were built from limestone and adorned with honey coloured cast iron balconies that have been restored to their original splendor. The city has a certain sense of grandeur that is derived from its neoclassical architecture and wide avenues.


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