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Over a timespan of two millennia, cities come and go. Not Marseille; it’s been here for over 2,600 years! Best known as a bustling seaport at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, the docks of Marseille see tons of trade, commerce and industry. But being a modern port city also adds an element of urban grittiness.
Nice has a young spirit. The coastal city is open minded, refined, and has a thoroughly Mediterranean ethos––which makes for everlasting souvenirs of all the great moments you’ll live here: sunset walks on inviting pebble beaches, artsy afternoons getting to know the artists who lived here, and overwhelming views from palm-lined boulevards of an ethereal blue coast.
There is much to do and see within Toulouse. With almost a thousand years in existence (and that’s only as an official French city), Toulouse boasts incredible ancient architecture, such as the majestic Basilique Saint-Sernin and the expansive gothic masterpiece of Church of Les Jacobins.
To many, the name Bordeaux conjures up a tidal flood of tannins, earthy flavours and fruity notes. Like well-aged red wine, the city of Bordeaux is a full-bodied experience; the port city is as rich in culture as the region is in viticulture.
Twenty-five kilometres up from the Spanish border, on the French Basque’s Atlantic coast, Biarritz calls on nostalgic travellers and adventure seekers alike. Its offering? Casinos, historical buildings, seawater therapy centres, a revived dining scene, charming boutiques, golf courses, lovely promenades, and exciting waves.