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Farmers’ market, cafes, lazy outdoor lunches: Pleasures in the south of France haven’t diminished at all.
What could be better than six days spent touring the French countryside—tasting and learning as you go?Linda Dannenberg dices, braises, and drinks her way through an indulgent cooking curriculum.
Can a culinary landscape endure eight decades of change? Guided by an extraordinary 1929 map of France’s regional specialties, Christopher Petkanas uncovers a dozen Provençal dishes that have stood the test of time.
Sure the South of France has loads of hidden treasures, but where do you find them?Read on for an authoritative guide, from east to west.
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Getting There - Fly into Paris Charles de Gaulle and catch the RER (regional train) to a TGV railway station for the 2½-hour ride to Avignon. Then rent a car on-site from Avis or Hertz.