Bonjour! Discover France Beyond Paris.

i’m Anthony…

Welcome to Discover France Beyond Paris, where I unveil the hidden gems of France’s lesser-known tourist destinations, including its vibrant Craft Breweries scene! After exploring six out of its eighteen captivating regions, I couldn’t resist sharing the treasures I’ve stumbled upon during my travels, including the thriving craft beer culture. France, renowned for its iconic landmarks and world-famous cities, holds a wealth of untold stories and mesmerizing landscapes beyond the beaten path, where Craft Breweries play a significant role. I am on a mission to shed light on these often-overlooked destinations, offering you a unique perspective and a chance to discover the authentic beauty of France, one sip at a time. From quaint villages nestled in picturesque valleys to enchanting coastal towns kissed by the Mediterranean, each region I’ve explored, including their craft breweries, has its own distinctive charm waiting to be discovered. Join me as I take you on a journey off the tourist trail, unraveling the hidden secrets and unveiling the extraordinary wonders, including the flavorsome craft beers, that make France a true treasure trove.

Frequently Asked Question

France, a country abundant with diverse natural landscapes and picturesque villages, offers a remarkable range of experiences in Western Europe. With its snow-capped mountain peaks, vast sand dunes, enchanting fairytale-like villages, and countless lakes, France stands out as a country with an unparalleled variety of offerings. To fully appreciate the richness and diversity of this remarkable nation, it’s important to understand that France is divided into 18 administrative regions, each possessing its own distinct culture, captivating history, and sometimes even a unique language. In this concise guide, we will explore the regions of France, providing you with a glimpse into the fascinating tapestry of this magnificent country.

It depends! In Paris, many people speak at least a bit of English. If you’re off-the-beaten-path, it’s more hit-and-miss.

France uses standard European round, two-pin plugs on 220 volts/50 hertz.

Euro (EUR) is the main currency used in France. Visa and Mastercard credit cards are also accepted however it is recommended to call ahead and advise the credit card company of travel plans to avoid hassle while on vacation.