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WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM FRANCE?

From the Alps to Normandy, from Provence to the Loire Valley, passing through Paris.

Traveling in France not only means learning history by visiting the Lascaux Cave with its ancient rock drawings, the Roman theater of Lyon, medieval cities and imposing mansions such as the Palace of Versailles, but it also means immersing yourself in a refined culture, made of cities of art and fashion like Paris, but also of authentic locations such as the villages in the Alps and the Pyrenees.

Every tourist will find a location that will satisfy his curiosity.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO in France

The city of Paris

Chenonceau Castle

INFORMATION AND AVERAGE COSTS OF A TRIP

Accomodation – France can be visited in many ways and every traveler will find the hotel solution they prefer: from luxury hotels, to country houses, from glamping to boutique hotels.

Food – From bistros to Michelin-starred restaurants, French cuisine is able to surprise every gourmet with unique and delicious flavors to combine with excellent wines.

Flying to France – Air connections to France are numerous and frequent from Europe. The capital has two airports: Roissy Charles de Gaulle (25 km north of Paris) and Orly (14 km south of the capital), connected to the center by shuttle bus and RER. Other cities have an international airport and are connected with non-stop flights with Italy: Bordeaux, Lyon, Lille, Marseille, Montpelier, Nantes, Nice, Strasbourg, Mulhouse (Basel airport), Toulouse and Lourdes.

Getting around – You can get to France by car, or by train and bus. The whole territory is well connected by public transport and private transport services.

Suggested daily budget – around 30 to 100 EUR

Money saving tips

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Purchase city passes to get around by public transport they are generally valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours. Some offer formulas reserved for cultural visits, others offer thematic tourist passes (Vineyard Pass in Aix en Provence, Roman Pass in Nîmes). You can book them online, on the website of the city's tourism office, or directly on site.
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Eating in typical places, cafes, bakeries, inns the soul of France is found in these characteristic places and where you can taste zero-kilometer products and traditional cuisine.
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Plan visits to museums, historic buildings, places of interest you can book tickets in advance at museum sites and skip the line once you arrive at your destination.
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