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France contains some of the most famous and beautiful cities in the world, and is home to many great historical buildings and monuments, not least the Eiffel Tower. Famous for its culture and cuisine, France also offers fantastic mountain ranges, coastlines and countryside.
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Admire the rugged coastline with its blend of powdery beaches, striking cliffs and fantastic water sport activities. Explore over 4,000 chateaux, manors and medieval homes before discovering the array of small fishing villages sprinkled along the coastline. Be sure to visit Rennes, with its striking medieval architecture, beautiful Thabor Park and the impressive Parliament building.
In the north of France the Nord-Pas de Calais Region borders Belgium. There are popular seaside resorts, historic sights and war memorials. Calais with numerous hypermarkets is the principal crossing point between England and France.
The French Riviera (Cote d’Azur) is the Mediterranean coastline from Toulon to Menton and includes the principality of Monaco. It is one of the most luxurious, expensive, and sophisticated areas in the world with an abundance of blue sea, beautiful beaches, palm trees and sparkling cities set against a backdrop of high green mountains.
Just 2 hours from the Alps the historic city of Lyon is the capital of the beautiful Rhône-Alpes region. Surrounded by the wine regions of Beaujolais and Côtes du Rhône, and with the largest number of Michelin-starred restaurants outside of Paris Lyon is the culinary capital of France. With two magnificent rivers, the Rhone and Saône, the original Roman settlement of Lugdunum on Fourvière hill and the largest display of Renaissance architecture in France its no wonder the spectacular Lyon is a world heritage site.
Champagne-Ardenne, Lorraine and Alsace are beautiful French regions with vineyards, rolling hills, valleys and forests. Take part in a wide range of outdoor activities. Enjoy the wine and champagne routes. Visit historical sites and the traditional Christmas markets.
Paris is a romantic and enchanting world famous city on the banks of the River Seine with many celebrated monuments and attractions to enjoy. Walk the tree lined boulevards, shop at stylish boutiques and savour the superb French cuisine.
The traditional area of rural Provence encompasses the départements of Var, Vaucluse, Bouches-du-Rhône, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and Alpes-Maritimes. A beautiful landscape with lavender fields, Alpine peaks and historical sights. On the coast is the busy, cosmopolitan capital of Marseille.
The Aquitaine région on the Atlantic side of France has lots to offer: fabulous cuisine and wines; traditional French seaside resorts on the Côte d'Argentz; breath-taking scenery and historical sites of the Dordogne. The Languedoc-Roussillon region on the Mediterranean side has several family resorts, roman ruins and spectacular caves.
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