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A Week In Provence With Kids

I recently read an article that tackled the question, “Tuscany or Provence?” That was the first time I thought of the two locations comparatively. Italy’s Tuscany is a magical place full of history, vineyards and culinary delights. France’s Provence is, well, describable in very much the same way. Interestingly, we visited both Tuscany and Provence […]

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Exploring Isle de la Sorgue, France with Kids

Isle de la Sorgue is one of those picturesque French towns splattered all over Pinterest and Instagram. It is known for its antique markets and waterwheels. Isle de la Sorgue is the perfect town to just walk around and enjoy the beauty of Provence, France. The city is surrounded by the river Sorgue and narrow […]

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Les Baux-de-Provence, France

Les Baux-de-Provence is an adorable French town built onto the side of a hill and capped with a castle. By some accounts it is the cutest town in France. We found some beautiful French towns, but agree it is a not-to-miss spot when exploring the Provence region. We started our visit to Les Baux-de-Provence with […]

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Touring the Roman Ruins of Orange, France

This post contains affiliate links.  We headed to Orange, France to check out the Roman Theater. While the Roman Theater is the main attraction in this Provence town, Orange is as cute as any other town in the Provence region and worth spending a bit of time exploring. Our visit to Orange was unfortunately on […]

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Exploring Avignon, France with Kids

Avignon, France has so much to offer families. I had an entire day planned in the city involving renting bikes and tooling around Barthelasse Island, checking out a few of Avignon’s historic buildings and visiting the market hall for lunch. Then we woke up and discovered it was the coldest day of the year in […]

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Arles, France with Kids

This post contains affiliate links.  Arles, France is sure to delight everyone in the family. With blockbuster Roman ruins and a Van Gogh trail, you can satisfy historical buffs and art fans during a visit to Arles. The city is home to a Roman arena (think Rome’s Coliseum), a Roman theater, a Roman baths complex […]

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