France has long been the world’s favourite tourist destination, and it doesn’t take much imagination to see why. It has some of the highest mountains and the most dynamic cities in the world. It offers travellers beautiful beaches and a treasure trove of some of the world’s most famous artistic, cultural and historical artifacts.

The wide open spaces and impressive mountain ranges of the French countryside allow for a wide range of outdoor activities to delight even the most adventurous traveller. Urban adventure seekers, won’t be disappointed by the wide range of clubs, shops, fashion and music that France’s cities have to offer. Combine all these riches with the world’s most sumptuous culinary scene, and you may find yourself planning your next trip to France before you even return home.

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Electrical sockets (outlets) in France are one of the two European standard electrical socket types: The “Type C” Europlug and the “Type E” and “Type F”…

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CurrencyFrance uses the European monetary unit, the euro (€).Euro bills come in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500; coins are worth 1…

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Tap water is safe to drink (although you’ll find a huge amount of bottled water for sale too) and cooked food, assuming it’s come from a hygienic kitchen,…

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France enjoys fairly mild temperatures throughout the year with a mix of rainfall and sunshine. Each region has its own particular climate: cooler and…

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The main airline connecting towns and cities within France is Air France ( Easyjet (, Ryanair ( and…

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From November to March the weather in France can get very cold so dress warmly, with layers, and take a warm smart coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf. If…

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