France

อาวีญง (Avignon)

Avignon is called the second Rome as the city was chosen by Pope Clement V as his exile residence and new Catholic capital amid the violent political chaos. Since in the 14th century, the turmoil and civil wars between the followers of Popes, and the Roman Emperor’s...

นีมส์ (Nimes)

Nimes is an ancient city with 2,000 years of its history. It has several historic remains with stunning architectures, and immense magnificent constructions such as the “Pont du Gard” bridge. The Pont du Gard was built by Augustus’ son-in-law and aide, Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa. The evidence from...

นีช (Nice)

Nice is located on the south of France, in the heart of Côte d’Azur. Nice is the most important coast on the French Riviera and nowadays is the 5th largest city of the country. Formerly, Nice was belonged to Italy until the year 1947 that it has...