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With a diversity of landscapes, an exceptional cultural heritage and a gastronomy recognized for its excellence, you can only be charmed by France.
France owes its uniqueness to its cultural diversity. Each region has something unique to offer and has its own identity. You can practice all kinds of activities that will suit everyone tastes: lounging and strolling along the turquoise waters of the Riviera Coast or for the more adventurous go skiing in the Alps at the foot of Mont Blanc, the highest peak in Europe. If you are passionate about culture and history, France has an unrivaled heritage: you can visit the castles of the Loire Valley such as the famous Château de Chambord or historical monuments, such as the medieval city of Carcassonne. You can stroll through the famous streets of Paris and visit the multitude of monuments that the city contains such as the legendary Eiffel Tower. Not to mention the unmissable French gastronomy that has distinguished and established itself as a world reference thanks to its excellence. While visiting the different regions, you can awaken your taste buds. Wine lover, you will appreciate the regions of Bordeaux or Burgundy known for its famous Chardonnay.
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FAQs for France

  • What are the regional culinary specialties in France?
    In France, each region has its own culinary identity. The Buckwheat crepe is found in the north-west, sauerkraut in the great east, cassoulet in the south-west, in the Lyon region the gratin dauphinois and in the Mediterranean region, the Nice salad.

  • What are the French wine regions?
    France is home to many wine regions. The most well-known are: Alsace and Burgundy for white wine, Bordeaux and Languedoc-Roussillon for red wine. Provence is known for its rosé and the Loire Valley for its wide variety of whites, reds and sparkling wines.

  • When is the Tour de France taking place and how long does it last?
    The Tour de France usually takes place in July during 3 weeks.

Things to do and see in France

  • Mont-Saint-Michel

  • Puy du Fou

  • Les Baux-de-Provence

  • Lake Annecy

  • Verdon Gorge

  • Dune of Pilat

  • Lyon

  • Bordeaux

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