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Prestige stopovers

Prestige stopovers

Opening of the cellars of the Louvre

The cellars of the Louvre have been built in the 18th century by the king's sommelier, Trudon. His cellars that then sheltered the wi­nes served to the Court of France were linked to the Louvre by a...

Prestige stopovers

Péniche Bistrot Alexandre III

The perfect place to have a smart aperitif on the quays of the Seine, Bistrot Alexandre III, is the reference for fine food along the river! The terroir, the wine growers and the best products have...

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Se balader au marché aux truffes de Richerenches

From mid-November til mid-March, in the Enclave des Papes area, every Saturday morning, at Cours du Mistral (professional market) and at Avenue de la Rabasse (retail market). It is the most important...

Prestige stopovers

The Champagne region listed on the World Heritage turns a new page in its history

After eight years of work and a dossier presented like a bound art book presenting in pictures the most beautiful places in Champagne, its organization, its savoir-faire, Unesco unanimously adopted...

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passion from the vine to the glass at Hotel Fouquet's Barrière...

Étape Prestige Parispassion from the vine to the glass at hotel fouquet's barrière...Welcome at an authentic ambassyof wine culture! In the middle of the...

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Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva

If it were an ocean, it would be Lake Geneva. If it were a liner, it would be Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva. Its entrance reminds the bow of a boat. The panorama from each floor is worthy of a cruise...

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