Ferries to France: The world of Van Gogh can be found20.01.2010
People taking ferries to france can discover the world which Vincent Van Gogh painted and adored, according to one newspaper, which said it is well worth travelling to the south of the country to see.
The Daily Telegraph reported on the beautiful locations that the troubled master enjoyed so much and said he longed to be in Provence whenever he was away from it.
"Now is a good time to plan a visit. The almond trees will be in blossom in February, temperatures begin to rise in March, the irises will bloom in May, and the nights are nearly always starry," it stated.
The warmth of the south is what drew Van Gogh to areas like Provence, according to the newspaper.
In other news, the Exeter Express and Echo commented on the picturesque beauty of Brittany and said that it is easily accessible area, especially via ferry from the south coast of England.
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