Nestled within the pages of Martin Walker’s literary creation, “Bruno, Chief of Police” also called The Dordogne Mysteries is a captivating journey that transports readers to the idyllic French countryside of Dordogne. The novel not only weaves a compelling mystery but also paints a vivid portrait of a charming village in the countryside of Southwest France and its charismatic protagonist, Bruno Courrèges.
Bordeaux, one of France’s most renowned wine-producing areas, is unquestionably the country’s most beautiful city. Unsurprisingly, given its status as the capital of New Aquitaine, it is well known for its good wine. Although there are many excellent wineries to see and taste, that’s not all the region has to offer. Thanks to pedestrian-only zones and Place des Quinconces, the largest public plaza in France, the entire city is quite walkable. You can enjoy a beautiful view of the docks and port from the 17-arched Stone Bridge, which spans the Garonne.
6 Tips to Dine Like a Local in France If you’re traveling to France and looking forward to trying out their world-famous cuisine, here are six tips to help you …