Situated on the Rhine River, Alsace is the region in northeastern France famous for its wonderful wines, fairytale facades, and stunning landscapes. Here’s a look at some of the idyllic towns in the region.
“Run all the miles. Drink all the wine.” during Marathon du Médoc in Bordeaux. Runners dressed in costumes drink an obscene amount of wine and feast on a menu of oysters, foie gras, cheese, bread, and sweets all while running a marathon through the famed wine region’s most beautiful vineyards and châteaux.
Sitting on the border of France and Belgium, Lille possesses characteristics of both regions, giving it a pleasant, inviting ambiance. The city offers numerous cultural attractions, restaurants, and boutiques and makes for an easy and enjoyable day trip from cities like London, Paris, and Brussels.
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