France

With historical monuments, high fashion, and streets lined with some of the world’s most beautiful renaissance, gothic, and neoclassical architecture, Paris is a sight to behold. While spring and summer in the City of Lights may be beautiful, there’s no time of year to visit Paris like Christmas. As the holidays approach, this already-enchanting city comes alive, as holiday markets, seasonal decoration, and festive food turn Paris into a winter wonderland. If you’re still on the fence about booking your trip and leaving your luxury condo stateside, discover just what makes the city such a must-see at Christmas.

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From a geological point of view, the Kauehi Atoll is a 95-meter coral outcrop from the summit of a small submarine volcano, measuring 1,535 meters from the ocean floor, formed nearly 60 million years ago. This is where the Village of Tearavero makes its home.

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Located within the Raeffsky Islands subregion of the vast Tuamotus Archipelago in French Polynesia, Anaa Atoll is made up of 11 small barren islands – 29.5 km in length and 6.5 km wide, with a total land area of 38 km² supported by a population of approximately 500 citizens of France.

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When traveling around the globe, we inadvertently celebrate diverse dichotomy discovered abroad that we inherently compare with where we live. To illustrate abstract contrasts around the world, we have introduced TRAVOH Earth to help you explore our Planet Earth through amazing aerial views.

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Italy has Venice, the Netherlands has Amsterdam, and the French Riviera has the seaside town of Port Grimaud on the Golfe de Saint-Tropez of the Mediterranean Sea in the commune of Grimaud, as part of the Var département in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France.

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Established in 2012 as the first national peri-urban park in Europe for both terrestrial and marine, the National Park of the Calanques in the French Riviera is one of 10 national parks in France.

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The world-famous Promenade de Anglais spans 7 kilometres on a gently risen terrace that stands before a flat sandy beach along the beautiful Baie des Anges, or Bay of Angels, as part of the azure Mediterranean Sea in Nice, France.

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Discover the best winter activities to do in Courchevel besides skiing. Courchevel has everything from tobogganing to cookery lessons with Michelin chefs.

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