France Travel Guide
Du vin, du pain et du Boursin – you do not need much more to live like God in France. France is a favourite holiday destination for many Europeans and Americans. With its pristine beaches, old mountain villages, renowned ski resorts and world-famous capital city, France has something to offer for every traveller.
France Travel Information
TIME ZONE: GMT +1
NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES: Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Monaco.
INHABITANTS: + – 63 million
MAIN AIRPORTS: Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly Airport, Nice Airport
SAFETY RANKING: 58th out of 162
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The twinkling lights, the romance in the air, the beautiful architecture … Paris is a magnificent city and it is famous for its beautiful Parisian roofs. This means that once you climb a flight of stairs you are treated on
Even though I have been to Paris countless times, I always feel like I want to take a picture with the Eiffel Tower! I love this city so much and feel that my trip is never complete without that perfect
Not many tourists and visitors may know that in the heart of Paris, just off the Seine, you can find the small but charming Air France Museum. Air France is Fence’s national airline and has always been hailed as one
The Hotel de Ville in Paris is an imposing and grand building a stone’s throw away from The Notre Dame. Many tourists walk past the Hotel De Ville, rushing towards other sites, but I would actually recommend taking your time
Located in the 1st arrondissement, the Jardin des Tuileries is one of the most popular green spaces in Paris. The park is located between the Louvre and the Champs Elysee, next to the River Seine, so it is easy to
I love spending Christmas in Europe. Now I live on the other side of the world, I am actually missing the cosy nights in front of the telly while the wind and rain rage outside. Instead the weeks running up
As a Belgian living in London, I took the ferry every three weeks to visit my parents. My husband and I would drive down to Calais on Friday after work and take the 8PM ferry out to Calais – and
Paris is an amazing city – but it is also massive! As a first timer it can be very hard to figure out where to stay. Would you rather stay near the Eiffel Tower? Or maybe near the Notre Dame?
Paris is one of my favourite cities in Europe. When I lived in Belgium, Paris was never far away. At a mere 3 hour drive from where I lived, spontanious trips to Paris were never far away. Although I do