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March 16, 2020 -

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Flights to France

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Flying to France

  • France culture, scenery and more

    Flights to France across the Atlantic owe their popularity to the country’s infinite array of things to do and see. Home to 65 million inhabitants, France’s rich historic legacy includes magnificent castles and country palaces, gorgeous vineyards and countless world-famous monuments.

Discover France

  
  • The French mountains

    For lovers of hiking, mountain biking, climbing and skiing, France has a multitude of breathtaking mountain peaks worth discovering. Travellers can choose between the Alps, the Jura mountains, the Pyrenees, the Vosges mountains and Massif Central.

  • Beaches on the Mediterranean

    Tourists in the South of France love the Mediterranean beaches, ocean views and easy living found in Nice on the Côte d’Azur (French Riviera). They also enjoy Marseille , France’s largest port and home of the Olympique de Marseille (OM), the country’s most famous football club.

  • French gastronomy

    Baeckeoffe in Alsace, tartiflette in the Haute Savoie and beef tartare in Paris : whatever the region, French gastronomy is sure to surprise and seduce. Other French specialties worth discovering are local cheeses, wines and cured meats. Truly epicurean travellers will find treasures beyond imagination.

  • French wine regions

    Wine enthusiasts flock to the Bordeaux region, but France’s seat of wine production is known for its cognac and pineau as well. Both amateurs and connoisseurs alike take pleasure in exploring the Burgundy region, the Loire valley and the Champagne region to get a taste of authentic French wines.

Good to know before you go to France

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