Most underrated tourist destinations of France

1.     Serre Chevalier Voted one of the most underrated ski sites in France by the UK’s Times and Daily Mail newspapers, the large area of Serre Chevalier offers 250 kms of runs for all levels of skiiers. It’s easily accessible from Turin or Grenoble. Make for L’Alpe d’Huez, or the villages of Chantemerle and Briancon […]

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Best French travel destinations and sights

The French towns and cities that have most to offer in the way of culture, sights and sites. In order to establish the “best places to see in France”, we have taken into account a number of criteria, notably urban environment and cityscape, museums, historic monuments and other attractions, accessibility, and things to see and […]

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Go to these tourist attractions when you visit France

Famous for its wines and cheeses, France is the world’s most popular tourist destination receiving 82 million foreign tourists annual. Visitors are attracted by historic cities, a beautiful countryside, the castles of the Loire Valley, and Brittany and Normandy. In addition, France offers an agreeable climate, some excellent beaches on the French Riviera, the Atlantic […]

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Most Underrated Destinations in France

 Auvergne If you’re after underrated destinations, the whole of the Auvergne will qualify. It’s a glorious mountainous area — remote, wild and rural and with a remarkable geology. The Allier River runs through it, starting at its source near Mende, and gathering strength and power until it joins up with the Loire near Nevers. From […]

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Some of the most beautiful sights of France

France is the most sought-after and popular destination in Europe and its reputation is apt. Don’t believe us? Visit France and these beautiful destinations in the country and you will! Mont St-Michel The dramatic play of tides on this abbey-island in Normandy is magical and mysterious. Said by Celtic mythology to be a sea tomb […]

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You Must experience these in France

France is all about world-class art and architecture, Roman temples and Renaissance châteaux, iconic landmarks known the world over, and rising stars few yet know. Stroll the lily-clad gardens Monet painted and savour un café at the Parisian café where Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir met to philosophise. In this excerpt from Lonely Planet’s new-look […]

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Where to Visit in France?

Travelling around France is easy. Restaurants and hotels proliferate, many of them relatively inexpensive when compared with other developed Western European countries. Train services are admirably efficient, as is the road network – especially the (toll-paying) auto-routes – and cyclists are much admired and encouraged. Information is highly organized and available from tourist offices across […]

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