Bastille Day is more than just a festival in France; it’s the country’s national day, celebrated every year. It typically takes place from July 13-15.
Considered amongst the top three worldwide carnivals. There are various artists, animated pieces, floats, and so much more to enjoy whilst attending this celebration.
The highly popular festival commemorates the year of unrest in Lyon, at which point the town erected an impressive statue of the Virgin Mary on Fourvière Hill.
An exciting and iconic annual celebration dedicated to the following mission: raising film profiles, contributing to cinema’s development, and drawing attention to films.
French cheese celebration is a must for all cheese fanatics and French food lovers alike. Considering that cheese is one of France’s most famous food exports.
Foodies and chefs alike will enjoy the opportunity to witness chef demonstrations, French cooking education, winemaking education, and more.