Rendezvous en France is the official Tourism Development site for France and offers complete information about regions, sporting events, themed holidays, maps and more. A very valuable resource.
France Guide is the Official website of the French Government Tourist Office – I know. Don’t ask. The site is similar in content to Rendezvous, but both are very informative.http://us.franceguide.com/ and are equally anxious to make sure you receive the information you seek.
Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the U.S. One of my favorite sites, you can learn about events taking place throughout the U.S. with an interest in and focus on French culture. The primary emphasis is on French Culture, French Language and Higher Education. See movie reviews, book launchings and educational grant details.
Paris Convention & Visitors Bureau – Hotels, restaurants, museums, maps, events. If it has to do with Paris, you will find it here! A lovely site.
France Daily Photo – Produced by LuxeEuro, France Daily Photo offers photos, vignettes and helpful travel information about all parts of France – sort of a lighter-touch encyclopedia of fond memories and sentiments about France!
Alliance Francaise Discover where your closest Alliance office is and what events and services are available – especially designed to promote and preserve the French language.
France’s 2nd largest city and quite a formidable ‘competitor’, Lyon has limitless charm; and this site introduces lodging and dining choices, history, events and so many things to do while visiting this great city.
Study in France is an extremely fact-filled site for anyone desiring information about studying in France. From costs, school choices and health care information to accommodations and ‘life in general’ in France, this site offers complete and helpful information.
My French Neighbor – a wonderful on-line boutique with an entire focus on the charm of France – excellent for gifts and gourmet food items.