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Flights to France

Your first stop in France should be none other than the romantic city of Paris. Enjoy the scenery from the Eiffel Tower, or visit the Musee D’Orsay, which houses the world’s largest collection of impressionist masterpieces. Continuing on the path of iconic Parisian sights, head to the Louvre to admire the Mona Lisa or take a photo at the symbolic Arc de Triomphe. Before the day is over, step into the Notre Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris to marvel at its architectural beauty.

Live the Parisian way by enjoying quality local wine--like they say, a cocktail a day keeps the travel blues away. Those with an eye for luxury goods can head down to Rue Saint-Honore, the shopping paradise of Paris. Filled with high-end brands and beautiful store fronts like Hermes and Chanel, those with deep pockets can frolic amongst the wide variety of goods available.

In Paris, it is most convenient to travel by train (metro), taxi or bus. Most attractions are actually accessible on foot as well, so do walk around or take a Segway tour. Those looking for a unique experience may wish to hire a horse carriage to ferry them around.

Next, you would probably have a ‘nice’ time in Nice, one of the most popular cities in France. Its delightful atmosphere and grand scenery is a good break from the bustle of Paris. Take a relaxing stroll along the Promenade des Anglais or climb up Castle Hill for a panoramic view of the city as well as the Bay of Angels. When you get hungry, settle down at Nice’s Old Town for a meal. Shopping areas can be found in Avenue Jean Medecin, which features both international and local brands.

Places like Cannes and Lyon are amazing places to visit as well. Travelling within France is not pricey and can be done easily via rail or internal flights, so do check the rest of France out.

Flights to France

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