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Places to explore in France

Lingering over pain au chocolat in a sidewalk café, relaxing after a day of strolling along the Seine and marveling at icons like the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe… the perfect Paris experience combines leisure and liveliness with enough time to savor both an exquisite meal and exhibits at the Louvre. Awaken your spirit at Notre Dame, bargain hunt at the Marché aux Puces de Montreuil or for goodies at the Marché Biologique Raspail, then cap it all off with a risqué show at the Moulin Rouge.
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The deep blue waters of the Cote d’Azur are the dramatic backdrop for elegant Nice. Breathe in the fresh Mediterranean air as you stroll the waterfront promenade, or get an eagle eye of the whole city from atop Castle Hill. The pedestrians-only Place Rossetti is the heart of the city, with a grand fountain, vibrant buildings, and the beautiful Sainte-Réparate cathedral giving it a provincial French feel.
Explore Nice
Travelers visit the port city of Marseille, the third largest city in France, for the meeting of style and history. The bay, flanked by Fort Saint-Nicolas, and Fort Saint-Jean shelters the Castle of If, from Count of Monte Cristo fame. Watched over by the basilica Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, the city's pedestrian zones and shopping areas (including the colorful French-African quarter) mix with historical sites.Travelers looking for a fun time go to the OK Corral, a cowboy theme amusement park.
Explore Marseille
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lyon has 2,000 years of history imprinted on its streets (yes, the cobblestone kind). Explore this history in Vieux Lyon (one of Europe's most extensive Renaissance neighborhoods) and Lyon's two Roman amphitheatres, which still stage rock concerts today. It's no wonder Lyon is a popular area for travelers, with its dynamic university, first-class shopping, antique markets, vibrant theatre and music festivals, and a range of interesting museums, such as the International Puppet Museum and the Museum of Miniatures and Film Sets. (When we say "interesting," we mean it.)
Explore Lyon
The southern France city of Toulouse is a study in contrasts. Visit the Academie des Jeux Floraux, the oldest literary society in the western world, as well as the Galerie du Chateau d'eau, the world's first photography museum. Stroll the Garonne, before visiting France's most beautiful pipe organ at the Saint-Sernin Basilica. Yet for all its medieval architecture, Toulouse is a modern city, home to the European aerospace industry, as well as bars and restaurants in bustling Place du Capitole.
Explore Toulouse
You view great wine as the essence of a good vacation. Your travel companion, however, is a beer aficionado. Will it be Paris or Munich? Stop arguing and go to Strasbourg, where you can have the best of French and German cuisine, including the booze. The entire central island is a World Heritage Site. Don’t miss the 12th-century cathedral or the storybook "la Petite France" neighborhood.
Explore Strasbourg
Ajaccio, Corsica's main city, is fun to visit at any time of year. But if you're a secret (or not-so-secret) Napoleon Bonaparte groupie, plan to be there on August 15 and join the celebration of the birthday of Ajaccio's most famous son. Casa Buonaparte, Napoleon's family home and birthplace, is worth a visit, as is the town cathedral. Or just enjoy the Corsican sun.
Explore Ajaccio
After many years of hard work, the "Sleeping Beauty" has awoken from its slumber. The city is beautifully restored and has an ultra-modern public transport system. The “Port of the Moon” is also now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Stone Bridge, with its 17 arches, crosses the Garonne, offering pedestrians a lovely view over the docks and harbor. Take a stroll through old Bordeaux in the Triangle d'Or and stop at Place des Quinconces, France’s largest public square. The city of Bordeaux is an ideal base for exploring the greater wine region’s unforgettable sights and tastes.
Explore Bordeaux

Arriving in France

When taking a flight to France, it is most likely that your port of entry will be Roissy – Charles de Gaulle. This airport is home to Air France, the airline for most intercontinental flights. It is also the largest airport in France and hosts approximately ten million people per year. This airport also has three terminals of which Terminal 1 is the oldest. Departing travelers can take the journey to the fourth floor, where they will gain access to duty-free stores and border-control posts leading to the satellite terminals and boarding tunnels. There are many cheap flights to France and various different airlines that tourists can depart from. Other airports in France include: Cote d'Azur, France – Bordeaux Airport and Paris-Orly.

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Getting Around France

Whether you travel by bus, train, boat or a rental car, you will be able to see France for its splendor. Train is a great method of transport for travelling long distances, the landscape and scenery is a small part of what makes France a great tourist destination. Should you prefer the use of a rented car, there is merit in booking in advance. France has well developed highways and most of the auto route is linked to toll roads which accept most major credit cards.

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Main Attractions in France

Prior to looking at airfare to France, one needs to consider the reason for visiting the country. Other than the language, the French are known for their traditional cuisine, wine and champagne, and landmarks and museums. The Eiffel Tower, Disneyland Resort Paris, and Musée d’Orsay, which is home to the great artists of the nineteenth century, are a few worth mentioning. The Louvre is also considered to be one of the finest museums in the class of art, culture, and art history. This museum is also the home of the Mona Lisa.

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Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in France

When you catch a France flight, remember that there is a lot more to see than the iconic Eiffel Tower. France is filled with a wide variety of restaurants, bars and nightclubs that could also enchant and excite your senses. Some clubs to visit include the Experimental cocktail club, Curio Parlor, and André’s Paris. France is famous for romantic and fine dining. Restaurants create a beautiful ambience that food lovers can both appreciate and relax in. Whether you choose Brasserie Lipp or Astrance, you will find fashionable food and irresistible settings.

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Flight stats for France - did you know?

  • There are 43 airports in France and the 5 biggest are
  • Cote D'Azur Airport (Nice)
  • Right now, 50 airlines operate out of Cote D'Azur Airport.
  • Cote D'Azur Airport offers nonstop flights to 36 cities.
  • Every week, at least 421 domestic flights and 117 international flights depart from Cote D'Azur Airport.
  • Charles De Gaulle Airport (Paris)
  • Right now, 87 airlines operate out of Charles De Gaulle Airport.
  • Charles De Gaulle Airport offers nonstop flights to 174 cities.
  • Every week, at least 1,883 domestic flights and 3,978 international flights depart from Charles De Gaulle Airport.
  • Orly Field (Paris)
  • Right now, 27 airlines operate out of Orly Field.
  • Orly Field offers nonstop flights to 67 cities.
  • Every week, at least 354 domestic flights and 338 international flights depart from Orly Field.
  • Lyon Satolas Airport (Lyon)
  • Right now, 43 airlines operate out of Lyon Satolas Airport.
  • Lyon Satolas Airport offers nonstop flights to 43 cities.
  • Every week, at least 399 domestic flights and 144 international flights depart from Lyon Satolas Airport.
  • Marseille Airport (Marseille)
  • Right now, 34 airlines operate out of Marseille Airport.
  • Marseille Airport offers nonstop flights to 33 cities.
  • Every week, at least 434 domestic flights and 59 international flights depart from Marseille Airport.