France Travel Guide

Courchevel, France – Travel guide

CourchevelThe city of Courchevel is located in Savoie, Southeastern France. This chic alpine resort features 11 luxurious five star hotel establishments, luxury boutiques, 6 top notch restaurants each awarded with a Michelin star and exceptional SPAS all set at the heart of three great valleys. Courchevel is home to the largest ski domain in the world and has 372 miles of slopes and trails and about 198 lifts.Courchevel-Ski-Holiday est to Courchevel and visitors flying in to this part of France can use this airport. In addition, helicopters and private planes are also used for flying into this incredibly awesome resort. When using the smaller Chambery airport as an alternative, you should be very cautious as it is rated to be among the world’s most dangerous airports.

There are many companies offering both private and shared transfer services to Courchevel.Courchevel-chalets ly and exceptionally great services when you want to explore the city. The city hosted the 2010 Ladies Alpine ski World Cup which played a great role in opening up Courchevel city into the world. The name Courchevel which is quite confusing to most people was notably settled on for the purpose of marketing as a way of competing with Val d’Isere, a rival arch situated nearby. At the Tarentaise Valley, visitors will definitely be thrilled to set their eyes on the largest world’s concentration of great ski resorts. Some neighbouring systems that are pretty well known include the Espace Killy and Paradiski.

Travel advice for French tourists Part 1

by Savage

The following advice for American travelers going to France was compiled
from information provided by the US State Department, the CIA, the US
Chamber of Commerce, the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for
Disease Control and some very expensive spy satellites that the French
don't know about. It is intended as a guide for American travelers only.
General Overview
France is a medium-sized foreign country situated in the continent of
Europe. It is an important member of the world community, though not nearly
as important as it thinks

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FAQ

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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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