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World travel agency - World travel blog family holiday vacation website - Notre Dame, ParisFrance is one of the world’s top tourist destinations for spending a memorable Vacation in France. It has everything from tourist sites to some of the greatest beaches in Europe. It has some of the highest mountains and the most beautiful cities. The countryside is idyllic and tourists can spend hours wandering round the many magnificent castles. France also boasts some of the finest restaurants and award winning wines.

France has something for everyone. Whether it’s a family beach holiday, a sightseeing holiday or a romantic getaway – France can offer it all. A Vacation in France can be great & lifetime experience with your partner, family or friends. You can also make your trip even more exciting by choosing the customized theme country tours or France Travel packages.

1. The Eiffel Tower, Paris

This has been a landmark of France all over the world; by looking at the picture of Eiffel Tower everyone recognize France easily. This iconic place is still considered the wonder of the world. A perfect place to visit in Paris which cherish the beauty of the city.

2. Notre Dame, Paris

For all heritage site lovers this is the best place to visit and stay there for hours to appreciate its beauty. This wonderful place is situated at the bank of the Seine. Some people says this is ugly site to visit however this is a tourist attraction and not at all an ugly site to visit, in fact this is one of the eye catcher site in France.(image by fantomavis).
This cannot be missed out as this is a beautiful piece of Gothic artistic construction.

3. The Louvre, Paris

This is the best museum ever in entire Europe; Louvre Palace was started in 12th century under Phillip second. Since then this has seen many changes in the generation and still provide a space to all artists to visit and see the legendary art worked done by millennium artists of the century. You will find more than 35, 000 art pieces here, from historic antique items to modern art. A modern pyramid is also established here to add value to this wonderful place and a good reason to visit this place for all visitors.

4. Palace of Versailles, Versailles

This is the ultimate way of experience the life of King and Queen of France. You can spend your day there and observe the beauty and legend art work or mirrors around. Gardens are in surrounding of this palace make this palace a finest tourist place for all.

5. The City of Lyon – The Capital of Gastronomy

This is also a most popular part of Central Eastern part of France. This the place responsible for the best cuisine style generation in France and that has spread over around Europe. Lyon is famous of its cuisine styles and renowned as training hub for Haute cuisine. You find all new and old fantastic dishes coming our here. If want to maintain your figure then, this is a dangerous place for you, so try to avoid good food smell.

6. Sacre Coeur and Montmartre

Located in the highest point of Paris on the Montmartre knoll, the clearly identifiable white dome of Sacre Coeur is a basilica sanctified in 1909. It is well known for its brash gold mosaic interiors and for its spectacular terrace wherein you can have a sweeping view of Paris on a clear day.

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American in France looking to travel Europe...

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I'm currently in France visiting relatives until Dec. and want to (very frugally!) travel to some other countries. I'd wander for a bit solo if I hadn't had such bad experiences in the past. Just don't wanna go it alone, knowwhatimean? Stopped by a travel agency and looked at some group bus tours, which were all way too glamourous for me.
Should I just go hang out at hostels and look for some travelin' companions? Any other bright ideas or legit low-budget companies you can recommend for a lone ranger?
Merci...

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yupgigirl
Best Travel Guide to Paris? (or even France, in general)?

I went to Paris last year and used the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide but was wondering if there's a more detailed one available, it's great for a short trip but I'm looking for one where I could plan a couple months for. Any good suggestions for travel guides??

The Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness Guides have always been best for me for detail and practical information- I would recommend the DK France guide and the Frommer's France guide and Best Loved Driving Tours of France. I have found Frommer's in general has the best restaurant information, but I have been often been confused/lost by their street maps- DK's are easier for me to follow. Frommer's does have interesting historical information that I haven't found in other guides. The only advantage of the other guides I've read are that they contain actual admission prices (at the time of…

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Travel to WW1/WW2 Battlefield sites....?

Has anyone travelled privately and used local guides to visit these sites? Planning to travel in small family group, 3 males, and wonder if anyone can give advice, contacts etc.

Get a car, a cross channel ticket, a map and a good guide book..thats what ive done in the past..Ive done the beaches of Normandy, The Dams of dambusting fame, Auschwitz , the channel islands , Colditz , the Ardene and whats left of the Somme...The best bit of advice i can give you, especially in France, is to talk to the locals..Most are only to happy to point you in the right direction and you will uncover things and stories(sometimes eyewitness accounts) that the books dont cover..Its amazing what you can discover just by accessing local knowledge

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