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For independent travellers, France is the world's number one tourist destination, and it's not hard to understand why. France has it all - or more or less. It has tourist sights’ for all tastes; it has some of the greatest beaches in Europe, as well as the highest mountains and the finest historic monuments, the most beautiful cities, the most idyllic countryside, the most magnificent castles, the finest rivers, and plenty more, not to mention some of the best restaurants and the finest wines. France has something for everyone, which is one of the reasons why it remains the world's number one tourist destination. It has magnificent holiday opportunities for everything from a short weekend city break, in places such as Paris, Nice or Bordeaux, to a relaxed family holiday in a gite in the countryside, a week or two's relaxation by the seaside, or an energetic break hiking, climbing, kayaking or cycling in France's great outdoors.

Paris city

Well informed, eloquent and oh-so-romantic, the ‘City of Light’ is a philosopher, a poet, a crooner. As it always has been, Paris is a million different things to a million different people. Paris has all but exhausted the superlatives that can reasonably be applied to any city. Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower – at sunrise, at sunset, at night – have been described countless times, as have the Seine and the subtle differences between the Left and Right Banks. But what writers have been unable to capture is the grandness and even the magic.

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Chamonix-Mont Blanc

Chamonix is world famous. At the foot of Mt Blanc (4808m. 15,770ft), the highest mountain in the Western Europe, Chamonix's alpine town atmosphere and spectacular scenery attract people from all over the globe. It boasts of having one of the highest cable cars in the world. The skiing, climbing and walking are all superb and are undeniably the best ways to combine sightseeing with adventure. But there is a lot that a pedestrian can see as well.

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Nice Coastline

Nice is a delight, with its flower market, gorgeous coastline, sipping drinks mere feet from the Mediterranean, great shopping and delightful pastries. Infact, it is much more than just a place for fun in the sun. Art aficionados’ must-sees include major museums. Archaeological buffs ruminate over the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Cemenelum.

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Monaco’s steep terraced steps, shiny escalators and gleaming marble corridors tunnelling through the rocks to a series of free public lifts running up and down the hillside.Monaco’s manicured streets presided over by palaces and its lush fountained parks are eminently safe. Monaco is most famed for its glamorous Monte Carlo casino, Formula One cars roaring through the streets during its glamorous Grand Prix, and the scintillating lives of its glamorous royal family, the Grimaldi’s.

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Bordeaux city

The city long known as La Belle Au Bois Dormant (Sleeping Beauty) is well and truly awake after years of slumber. You'll be raising your glass many times in Bordeaux, which is renowned for its wines, considered amongst the best in the world. After years of neglect, the former wet docks are the country's new hot spot, with a number of cafés, gardens, and museums springing up all the time. A lively university community of over 60,000, (being the largest in France) establishes that Bordeaux is about more than just wine.

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Marseille is amongst France's most historic, attractive and popular cities, being full of character and terracotta roofs. However, Marseille has one big difference; it is home to a number of gorgeous sun-drenched sandy beaches, lined with corniches and plenty of coastal attractions.

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