France is a relatively big country which has a lot to offer to its visitors: history, museums, chateaux, mountains, sea-side…it’s virtually impossible to plan to visit everything in one trip. The best option, however, is to decide what you want to do and choose to which region you are heading. Then write your to do list and must-see attractions list and start planning.
First, let’s start with the basics:
Flights to France
The first thing to consider when planning your vacation in France is your plane ticket. Make sure to check the low-cost carriers which fly to France because they offer really good deals even if you are heading to a more “hidden” location.
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Where to Stay in France
The next step is to find your accommodation in France. There are many types of accommodation to choose from: hotels, hostels, villas, apartments, camping sites. It’s up to you –and your budget- to decide which you prefer. But whatever you choose, remember that France is really crowded during peak season so you should book in advance.
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Getting around in France
Getting from one city to another is very easy. You can either catch a domestic flight or the TGV. Renting a car is also a viable option mostly if you prefer to explore the countryside.
The public transport in all major French cities is really well organized. You can take the metro, the tram or light railway.
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- Transportation in France
- Getting around France
- Renting a car in France
- Train Travel in France
- Bus Travel in France
Top Vacation Places in France
Fun Stuff to Do in France
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