france

Highlights

              What is the best in France? Paris of course, the most beautiful city in the world! The bateaux mouches on the Seine will give anyone a good idea of what it is all about! The second best is the "Côte d'Azur" the mediterranean coast from Marseille to Italy, Provence is just beautiful. Then the Atlantic coast from Britanny down to Biarritz. Do not forget Honfleur, one of the most charming little Middle Ages harbour in Normandy, near Deauville and Trouville.

There is so much to say about France, so much to visit, everything is so diverse from one kilometer to the next! So full of history and beauties.
The East of France is amazing too, with its mountains, the Vosges then Jura and the Alps. Lots of good opportunities for skiing. And then the center of France with Massif Central. Not to forget the Pyrenées on the border with Spain! High mountains,  wilderness and breathtaking views guaranteed.
Big highlights for the ones who love food and wine... Bordeaux, Burgundy, Alsace, Champagne of course and to not forget the great Chateau Margaux!! It is also really fun to work there and pick up the grapes!       
A little gem : Ile de Brehat in Brittany... But that is a secret!            
Last updated on the 24 September 2015

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