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France features cities of high cultural interest, beaches and seaside resorts, ski resorts, and rural regions that many enjoy for their beauty and tranquility. Small and picturesque French villages are promoted through the association Les Plus Beaux Villages de France.

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Ile de FranceCentral France & AlpsNortheast France
South of FranceSouthwest FranceWestern France

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• Popular Destinations in France

» Paris

Paris Hotels, Ile de France

Paris is the capital of France and a very cosmopolitan city. There are a wealth of museums, art galleries and monuments to discover. The Louvre, Eiffel Tower and Popidou Center are some of the most popular attractions. The surrounding area offers palaces, chateaux, farmland, and forests …

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» Nice

Nice Hotels, South of France

Nice is the capital of the Cote d'Azur and the largest of the Mediterranean resort towns. With a history dating back to Greek and Roman colonization, Nice has attracted famous visitors for years. Nice has a busy airport, second only to Nice. In late February to early March, Carnival is celebrated for 18 days …

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» Cannes

Cannes Hotels, South of France

Cannes is no doubt best known for it's glittering Film Festival held each May, but it has much more to offer. Cannes was once just a small fishing port, but once it's mild climate, beauty, sand and sea was discovered it became a popular Mediterranean resort. Be sure to discover the charming old town …

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» Lyon

Lyon Hotels, Central France

Lyon, France's third largest city, has some of France's best cooking, best museums, and best theater. Small, timeless villages dot the area, Roman ruins are found along the Rhone and remains of prehistoric man in the Alps, which themselves provide some of the world's best skiing and hiking …

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• Regions of France

» Ile de France

Ile de France Hotels, Guesthouses & Accommodation

Ile de France is one of the twenty-six regions of France. Created as the District of the Paris Region in 1961, it was renamed as the Ile de France region in 1976 to bring it into line with the rest of France's administrative regions. Despite the name change, Ile de France is still referred to by the French as the Region Parisienne …

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» South of France

South of France Hotels, Guesthouses & Accommodation

The South of France includes the regions of Languedoc-Roussilon, Provence-Alpes-Cote D'Azur, and Corsica. The most popular vacation spot in France, the stunning sun, sand, and atmosphere of the Riviera draws millions of visitors each year to the beach resorts, while Corsica maintains a quaint charm …

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» Southwest France

Southwest France Hotels, Guesthouses & Accommodation

Southwest France is farming France, a green and peaceful land nurturing crops from sunflowers to foie gras. Other key country products include Landes forest timber, Bordeaux wines and Cognac. Visitors are mainly drawn to the wide Atlantic beaches, the ski slopes of the Pyrenees and the rural calm of the Dordogne

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» Western France

Western France Hotels, Guesthouses & Accommodation

Western France draws visitors to discover and admire the stunning chateaux of the Loire Valley, and to enjoy the sun, sea and sand on some of the finest beaches of Europe. The astronomically significant megalithis of Carnac suggest habitation of the area dating back 6000 years …

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» Northeast France

Northeast France Hotels, Guesthouses & Accommodation

Northeast France includes the regions of Alsace, Lorraine, Champagne, Nord Pas-de-Calais and Picardy. Open flat plains are surrounded by the beautiful mountains and forests of the Ardennes. Famous for it's fine wines, the region also offers some of the finest Gothic cathedrals in France …

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» Central France and the Alps

Central France and the Alps Hotels, Guesthouses & Accommodation

Central France and the Alps includes the regions of Burgundy and Franche-Comte, The Massif Central, The Rhone Valley and French Alps. The Central region is a land of stunning contrasts from agricultural landscapes to the imperssive mountains of the Alps and Massif Central that attract many tourists for winter activities …

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France Tours & Activities

France is one of the most popular destinations for travellers in Continental Europe, boasting dozens of major tourist attractions. The country is renowned for its gastronomy (particularly wines and cheeses), history, culture and fashion …

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Destination Northeast France

Written History began in France with the invation of the territory by the Romans, between 118 and 50 BC. Starting then, the territory which is today called France was part of the roman empire, and the Gauls, who lived there before Roman invasions, became accultured Gallo-romans …


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