Free Entry Tickets For The “Mondial Du Tourisme” In Paris!

Planning your holidays for 2014? Then come and visit the “Mondial du Tourisme” travel fair in Paris. It will take place from 20 to 23 March at the Porte de Versailles (see www.salonmondialdutourisme.com for details in English, French & Spanish).

Free entry tickets for the “Mondial du Tourisme” in Paris!
25/02/2014

Planning your holidays for 2014? Then come and visit the “Mondial du Tourisme” travel fair in Paris. It will take place from 20 to 23 March at the Porte de Versailles (see www.salonmondialdutourisme.com for details in English, French & Spanish). We will be there at stand D 16, presenting the 350 or so Charming B&Bs, holiday homes and small hotels that feature in our guide. We will also be taking part in two workshops “Why Belgians are very fond customers of B&Bs and gîtes in France” on Friday 21 March from 3pm to 3.45pm  and “Be smart and invest in both the web AND paper!” on Saturday 22 March from 11am to 11.45am. These workshops are intended for people thinking about starting a B&B, holiday home or small hotel business.

If you would like free entry tickets, please don’t hesitate to ask us: you can also download them by clicking on the link 

Last-minute Offers

A selection of the last-minute offers published by the bed and breakfast owners.

More can be found in the Last Minutes section of the website

Sun 18 Feb €65
Bed & Breakfast Arrest en Baie, Arrest, France
Arrest en Baie
Arrest, France
Sun 18 Feb €140 €148
Bed & Breakfast Un matin dans les bois, Loison sur Crequoise , France
Un matin dans les bois
Loison sur Crequoise , France
Sun 18 Feb €100 €110
Bed & Breakfast De Nachtegaal, Damme, Belgium
De Nachtegaal
Damme, Belgium

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