Tips and Articles for Languedoc-Roussillon + the Pyrenees

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Anyone prone to vertigo won't be too fond of this concept for a mountain in the south of France.The “Tip-Box” is “a cube in a delicate balance on the... Read More

Today The Flight Deal found an impressive sale for destinations scattered across France.For trips departing between January and March, travelers... Read More

HotelsMercure Rodez CathédraleLocated in the historical city center of Rodez, the Mercure offers a warm welcome and features the stunning art-deco Le... Read More

Set inside a gorgeous red-stone mansion dating back to 1786, a new five-star hotel opened in Toulouse this month. Just a block from the Garonne River,... Read More

I’m supposed to be on vacation, but I can’t stop thinking about Children of the Corn. I’m lost, you see, in rural Southern France, whipping my poor... Read More

Toulouse is experiencing unprecedented growth. With a shiny aerospace museum and a spotless, easy-to-navigate public transit system, “La Ville Rose,” as... Read More

See our slideshow of 10 Amazing Bridges.They are a marvel of engineering. Their function is purposeful yet poetic. And they’ve inspired musicians,... Read More

Now you can pedal your way through the European countryside with Ama Waterways (amawaterways.com), which carries 30 bikes on each of its six European... Read More

Our goal was to travel in southwestern France frugally without sacrificing style. My husband and I knew that if we could achieve this, we'd be... Read More

in the castle Newly acquired by the luxury-minded Orient-Express Hotels group and grandly fluffed up to the tune of $3 million, the Hôtel de la Cité ... Read More

Every summer, my children and I swap Los Angeles for the village of Monclar-de-Quercy in the Tarn-et-Garonne, in southwestern France. I bought a... Read More

Copenhagen, Denmark$265While other new hotels have capitalized on Copenhagen’s reputation as a design city by embracing sleek functionalism to the point... Read More

When London food editor and best-selling cookbook author Orlando Murrin and his partner Peter Steggall first visited the Tarn, outside Toulouse, they... Read More

Le Mas ParasolAfter driving more than two hours it did not seem likely that Garrigues—a village that looked as if it had been evacuated—was going to... Read More

(31) Kathmandu Treasure-hunting in the Himalayas A religious center for generations, the Kathmandu Valley now draws modern shoppers. Set aside three... Read More

For her new book (The Greatest Dishes! Around the World in 80 Recipes, Harper Collins), T+L contributing editor Anya von Bremzen scoured the globe for... Read More

On a startlingly hot summer day, François Teisserenc navigates a Fiat Punto down a one-lane dirt road, bumping over rocks as we pass row after row of... Read More

With guesthouses in the south of France as common as snails after a rainfall, La Maison is giving the genre a stylish update. The 18th-century maison de... Read More

Clearly, it is always a mistake to arrive in a French provincial capital on a Sunday, unless you are looking to understand why Madame Bovary felt she... Read More

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