Cheap flights from France

The romantic land of France - birthplace of duck confit, French onion soup and Chanel - is considered the third-largest country in Europe (as of September 2014) as well as one of the most populated countries in the European Union. It has a long and illustrious history, having once possessed one of the largest colonial empires in the world and a huge number of historically and culturally significant sites within its boundaries, making it the country with the 4th largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world (as of September 2014).

If you are in France, you cannot leave without having visited Paris- the city of love and one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. France’s capital city needs no introduction, its the set-piece behind every other romantic movie, poem and love story that has ever been written. Scale the iconic Eiffel Tower, admire the Mona Lisa in the Louvre Museum or marvel at the majestic Arc de Triomphe.

After Paris, another must-visit is the quirky Lyon. The capital of the Rhone-Alpes region, Lyon is chock-full of history, culture, and beauty. The city boasts remnants of ancient Roman architecture, Gothic churches and beautiful parks juxtaposed with hopping bars, nightspots and restaurants. Whether you are a fresh young student looking for a European adventure or a retired couple seeking a retirement holiday, Lyon has something for you.

If you are tired of French cuisine, a short flight over to France’s neighbour Rome will get you authentic Italian pasta in a flash. Have a look at the massive Colosseum, where ancient gladiators used to battle to the death. Considered the symbol of the eternal city, the Colosseum is an imposing 189 meters long, 156 meters wide and stands almost 50 meters tall. Head over to the Trevi Fountain, one of the most photographed of Rome’s sites. The sparkling water of the fountain originates from one of the oldest Roman aqueducts, the “Acqua Virgine” and dashes over the statue of Neptune, God of the sea, with his chariot drawn by sea horses. Don’t forget to toss a coin into the fountain before leaving!

If a holiday in an exotic faraway land is what you’re looking for, how about a flight to bustling Shanghai in China- where East meets West? Have a look at one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city: The Bund, a waterfront located along the Huangpu River. Featuring a stretch of road along which many different types and styles of little buildings sit, it looks like a chic shopping district taken right out of Europe and transplanted into Asia. Luxury retail shops abound on this stretch of road - the likes of Cartier, Rolex, Dolce and Gabbana- and all want their presence known on this high-end district, the Avenue des Champs-Élysées of China. Have a personal gaze upon the face of many Chinese stamps: the Oriental Pearl Tower. Standing at 468 metres, the Oriental Pearl Tower was built to resemble pearls shining on a plate of jade (stones of special significance to the Chinese) and is China’s pride and joy.

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