Bruno Chief of Police Martin Walker Dordogne Perigord

Bucolic French Countryside with “Bruno, Chief of Police”

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.

Nimes French Rome South France

Nîmes: France’s Hidden Gem of Roman Antiquity

To fully immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Ancient Rome, consider looking beyond the crowded streets of Rome itself! France offers a unique perspective, as the Roman Empire left a lasting mark on the provinces of Gaul for over five centuries. Especially in Southern France where the remnants of Roman influence are still strikingly visible. Nîmes, affectionately known as “the French Rome,” proudly showcases this.

10 Essential Tips for a Smooth Vacation in France

Traveling is a wonderful experience that will allow you to create life lasting memories. It can also be a tiring and stressful experience if you are not prepared. Here are 10 tips to help you have a smooth vacation in France.

Sarlat-la-Caneda, one of the most beautiful villages of France

Sarlat-la-Canéda, one of the most beautiful villages of France

Did you know that there is an official list of the most beautiful villages of France? As French travel experts who have visited many of these, there is one in the Dordogne region that we feel should be somewhere at the top of the list. It is no other than Sarlat-la-Canéda, a place which embodies all that your French countryside village dreams are made of.

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