April 16th, 2016 by editor



Aix-en-Provence is famous for its elegant streets and squares, markets, beautiful people, and ability to embrace the good life. For a tourist, Aix is happily free of any obligatory turnstiles — there’s not a single ancient site to see. It’s just an attractive, prosperous town filled with 140,000 people — most of whom, it seems, know how to live well and look good. Experience Aix by strolling the Cours Mirabeau, people-watching in an outdoor café, tasting the local goat cheese in the market or taking part in a game of boules. For more information on the Rick Steves’ Europe TV series — including episode descriptions, scripts, participating stations, travel information on destinations and more — visit http://www.ricksteves.com.

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March 3rd, 2016 by editor



What can I say about Paris that hasn’t been said before? Well I’ll start off by saying it’s expensive! I happened to get to Paris at the end of my two week long trip which left me with little in my pockets. This made it a challenge for me to find cheap food throughout the day. Street vendors and croissants were my go-to food.

Chilling out on the steps of Montmartre was probably my favorite thing to do while in Paris. Such an amazing view and great people watching.

I’m not big on museums so we spent most of the time walking outside, admiring the architecture of the city.

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February 2nd, 2016 by editor



Join Steve Smith, co-author of Rick Steves’ France guidebook, as he shares tips and insights for traveling in France. Experience the very best of Paris along with its most stunning surroundings: the Loire Valley’s exquisite châteaux; Brittany’s half-timbered villages; Normandy’s magical Mont St-Michel and stirring D-Day beaches; Monet’s dreamy gardens at Giverny; prehistoric caves and stunning beauty of the Dordogne region, and a medieval castle being painstakingly built in Burgundy today — using lots of muscle and 13th-century technology. (Please note this presentation was filmed April 6, 2013 and any special promotions or discounts mentioned are no longer valid.)

Subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/user/RickSteves for regular updates on European destinations. For more travel information, visit http://www.ricksteves.com.

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