Your journey through France may well start with Paris, the capital, with the Eiffel Tower and Louvre. Provence entices with lavender fields and Mediterranean charm. Normandy captivates with its historic beaches, while the French Riviera dazzles with glamour. In the Alsace region, explore fairytale villages. Embrace the diversity of France’s cultural and natural wonders.
Bordeaux is the world’s largest urban World Heritage Site and France’s sixth-largest city. The city is famous for its historic architecture and surrounding contemporary art scene.
Corsica boasts all the things that make island life wonderful – a mountainous inland and a bounty of wonderful coastline. The island is also famous for being a melting pot of all the things that make France wonderful, but owing to its proximity to Italy, the highlights of Italytoo – in culture, landscape and of course, gastronomy.
A capital of culture, fashion, art, gastronomy, and of course the capital of France, Paris really is quite something. Paris is seductive, stunning whatever the weather, and above all, timeless.
This corner of France has been a playground of countryside and coastline since the Roman times.Before you reach the Cote d’Azur, there is plenty of inland action – climbing, canoeing in the Verdon Gorge or relax watching local men play petanque with a cup of coffee in town squares.
From the three valleys to Les Arcs, the resorts of the Alps vary greatly from destinations specialising in glitz and glamour, off-piste or après. Of course, combinations of the three are also an easy option.
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