Travel France

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The land of love is not the only moniker that France has had placed upon it. Also known for great culture and art, France is one of the most population European destinations for travelers around the world. Not only can travelers head to Paris for a bustling fashion and art world, but they can visit the slower pace of Normandy.

France travel tips & advice

The many churches and architectural feats provide the perfect backdrop for a romantic holiday or perhaps just a time of solitary enjoyment. You might want to try visiting the Arena of Nimes or head to Versailles. You can also travel over to Brittany, the Pyrenees or any of the bordering countries ‘ Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy or Spain.

As the middle country of Europe, France can be the perfect central location from which to begin a European tour or simply somewhere to settle in for a few weeks of exploration ‘ the Louvre, the Champs-Elysees and so much more. Don’t limit yourself to Paris, however, the French countryside is just a beautiful as Paris is energetic and romantic.

Flights to France / How to Get There

Getting to France is simple by air, though you have numerous airports to choose from in many cities: Alsace, La Rochelle, Nimes, Strasbourg, Bergerac, Limoges, Paris, Toulouse, Biarritz, Lyon, Pau, Tours, Bordeaux, Marseille, Perpignan, Carcassonne, Montpellier, Poitiers, Dinard, Nice, and Rodez. Charles de Gaulle is the most popular choice for getting into the center of the country. Find flights to France here.

Hotels in France & Where to Stay

Needless to say, there are a number of Luxury Hotels in France, especially in Paris and the surrounding areas. However, if those aren’t to your liking, there are some hostels and smaller venues for you to reserve. Hostels don’t seem to be as common in France as they are in other European countries, but they are available to those who keep any eye open for them. Read more about other Cities in France.