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Whether you’re a Francophile or simply a world traveler, enjoy France, a country with diverse appeal. Explore snow-covered mountains, relaxing beaches, sophisticated cities, wine regions, small mountaintop villages and quiet countryside.
Fly into Paris, the capital. The city earns its nickname, “the City of Light,” when evening lights of the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées, Notre-Dame Cathedral and bridges over the Seine River illuminate a magical walking tour. Visit famous art galleries, including the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay and the Musée de l’Orangerie.
French wine regions are famous, some bearing names now recognized worldwide, including Burgundy, Bordeaux and Champagne. Stop at large wineries or small cellar doors to taste varied vintages and purchase new favorites.
Come to Marseille and the French Mediterranean shores for sunbathing, swimming and living the Riviera lifestyle. Rub shoulders with the rich and famous at popular Côte d'Azur ports of Nice, Antibes and Saint-Tropez. Visit Cannes in May when celebrities attend the annual film festival. Menton, Bandol and smaller cities, including Cassis and La Ciotat, offer beaches and small cafés for relaxing getaways.
Vacation in the French Alps in summer to hike along trails with mountain wildflowers and valley views. In winter, ski some of the world’s most enjoyable high-altitude terrain. France has more than 200 individual ski mountains, with many ranges interlinked as cooperative resorts. Even if you don’t ski, ride the téléphérique up Mont Blanc for views of three countries.
Provence and the Luberon have many interesting “villages perchés,” perched villages built on small mountains. Visit the weekly markets across these regions for local fresh produce and colorful handicrafts.
In the north, imagine the beaches of Normandy filled with thousands of soldiers engaged in the marine assault against the Nazis, an important event of World War II. See the cemetery and monument memorializing American soldiers who lost their lives in Europe.
Make France an annual destination to visit all its diverse regions. In every city and village, enjoy the excellent cuisine France is noted for.
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A: When arranging your holiday to France, start your itinerary near one of these international airports:
A: France has a wide range of options for travellers on all budgets. If you'd like a break from the everyday, you'll find lots of hotels. Apartments, guest houses and bed & breakfasts are other popular places to stay.
A: This depends on what kind of getaway you want to have. Pick a hotel and flight, or flight, hotel and car, or hotel and car — or any of these individually. You can also add on experiences and attractions.
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A: There's zero chance of running out of things to do in Paris. Check out Disneyland® Paris, Grande Arche and Pantheon to visit three of the best local attractions.
And if you're also visiting Marseille, don't miss Notre-Dame de la Garde, Abbaye de Saint Victor and Musee des Docks Romains.
An exciting place to round off your holiday in France is Lyon. The greatest challenge you'll have here is deciding whether to see Tete d'Or Park, Musee Lumiere or Eurexpo Lyon first.
There was a long waiting time at checkin when I arrived
The hotel is an interesting experience, though you'll want to be comfortable with high tech. The one drawback is that the bathroom pod in the room is a bit lacking in privacy.
I really enjoyed my stay. The service was very exceptional and nice.
The hotel was beautiful and clean and the staff went out of their way to please their guests. There was a nice welcome package of snacks, bottled water by the elevators and umbrellas that you could borrow. Overall, it was great! Thank you!
I was not able to to physically to it, since paris was on Coronovirus located and i was stuck in CDG terminal. But the recetion manager was very helpful and accomodating
So close to Disneyland Parks. Fun theming of Cars Movies and Route 66. Nice Starbucks and amenities.
Loved the convenience of location as we were traveling from Morocco back toUSA and could walk from our arrival gate to the hotel for our overnight stay......
Over all the place is amazing, beautiful and clean! However the morning eggs tasted like rubber and the transportation coming back from the parks was ridiculous!! We ended up walking back to the hotel (30 minute walk) b/c that was faster then waiting for a bus to come back and possibly not get on! ...