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Flight Tickets to France

France, a country in western Europe, is probably in every traveler’s wish list. This beautiful country is full of man-made and natural landmarks which inspires every traveler to see it at any cost. France is also a world leader in the fields of commerce, science, technology, fashion, media, cuisine, art, and architecture. Being such a remarkable land of opportunity generates tremendous interest in France from visitors from all around the world over. This in effect makes France flights expensive. But worry not! We at Travelopod can still provide you with cheap France flights. The reason is that we have negotiated with all France-bound airlines for lower France airfares and we are providing you these cheap deals for France at the best possible price. So, what are you waiting for? Book your cheap France flight now by calling Travelopod!

Tourism Information about France

France annually receives approximately 90 million tourists. It has been among the most visited countries on the planet for many years. France’s capital, Paris too is pretty popular with more than 30 million visitors to its credit. If you too want to visit France, read on to know more about the country -

Language: The official language of the country is French. Although the data indicates that French students must compulsorily learn English, it’s especially difficult to find locals who speak and understand English well.

Accommodation: In the tourist-hotspot France, there are many accommodation options for you to choose from - Short Rentals - like renting a villa/apartment/studio over a short duration i.e. for a weekend; Hotels which come with 1 to 5 stars, Bed and Breakfasts’, and Gites (Holiday Cottages) (the latter two options are mostly available in the rural areas).

Food & Drinks: France is famous, the world over, for its fine dining. The country is known for its baguettes, pastries, the 400 varieties of cheese and the regional dishes of Cassoulet, Choucroute, Tartiflette and many more. As far as drinks are concerned, you should know that France is the home of Wine, so get ready to take a sip of Champagne, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Rhône, and the Loire Valley on your visit there.

Currency: France sole currency is the Euro (€). U.S.’ embassy in France is at 2 Avenue Gabriel, Paris.

Culture: France is a major Western cultural power. It’s a foremost center of the world’s art, architecture, literature, philosophy, music, cinema, fashion, society, sports, and media. The country’s aesthetic contribution to the cultural fabric of the world is unparalleled.

Transport: France has one of the most extensive railway networks in Europe. The rapid transport (high-speed trains) in the country include the Thalys, the Eurostar, and TGV. France also connects to the U.K. across the English Channel via the Channel Tunnel through the Eurotunnel Shuttle. The roadways network of France is also massive and provides immaculate connectivity throughout the country. There are over 450 airports in France; Charles de Gaulle Airport near Paris being the biggest one of them. Marseille is the largest seaport among the 10 major ports of the country. France drives on the right. You can get around France and its neighboring countries via ferries, trams, waterways, and buses. Car rentals, taxis, and cabs are also readily available in the country.

Climate: The type of climate in France differs depending on its regions. West France has an oceanic climate, North and Centre-East have a semi-continental climate, the regions near the Mediterranean Sea have a Mediterranean climate and the areas around the Alps have a Mountainous/Alpine climate. The temperatures of summers and winters in these regions depend on their climate category.

Tourist Hotspots: The landscape of France can generally be divided into thirteen regions - Île-de-France (Paris and surrounding regions), Northern France (Nord-Pas de Calais, Picardy, Normandy), Northeastern France (Alsace, Lorraine, Champagne-Ardenne, Franche-Comté), Great West (Brittany, Pays de la Loire), Central France (Centre-Val de Loire, Poitou-Charentes, Burgundy, Limousin, Auvergne), Southwestern France (Aquitaine, Midi-Pyrénées), and Southeastern France (Rhône-Alpes, Languedoc-Roussillon, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Corsica).

Popular destinations in France include the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Musée du Louvre (has the Mona Lisa among other exemplary paintings and sculptures), the French Riviera resorts of Cote D'Azur, Notre Dame, Sacré Coeur, Luxembourg Gardens, River Seine, Bordeaux’s Wine, Lyon, Cannes, art hub of Marseille, the Alps, Musée d'Orsay, Musée National d'Art Moderne (largest modern art museum in Europe), Picasso Museum, Disneyland Resort Paris (approx. 15 million visitors annual), the Mont Blanc mountain peak, grand Parisian Boulevards, Montmartre Hill, Versailles Palace, "D-Day beaches" of Normandy, the TGV (Paris to Lyon train-one of the fastest trains in the world), beaches of the French Riviera, the Camargue river, the excellent architecture of the business district of La Defense, and the Science Museum in Villette Park. Phew, France is full of wonders!

Information about France’s Airports

The major airports of France and the areas they serve are these - Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport serve Paris, Nice Côte d'Azur Airport serves Nice, Lyon–Saint-Exupéry Airport serves Lyon, Marseille Provence Airport serves Marseille, Toulouse–Blagnac Airport serves Toulouse, EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg serves Mulhouse, Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport serves Bordeaux, Nantes Atlantique Airport serves Nantes, Beauvais–Tillé Airport serves Beauvais, Lille Airport serves Lille, Montpellier–Méditerranée Airport serves Montpellier, Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte Airport serves Ajaccio, Bastia – Poretta Airport serves Bastia, and Biarritz Airport serves Biarritz. The major airlines of the country are Air France (flag carrier-national airline), Transavia France, Aigle Azur, Air Corsica, Corsair International, XL Airways France, and French Blue.

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