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From the lavender fields of Provence to the urban chic of Paris, France has so much to offer. Mingle with the yachting set on the Côte d'Azur on a trip to Cannes or St Tropez, enjoy a leisurely cruise down the Canal du Midi, discover the Alpine beauty of Savoie or take a gastronomic journey to Bordeaux. Visit the romantic city of Paris or explore the vineyards of the Loire Valley. Soak up the sunshine along the Promenade des Anglais in Nice or learn about the history of the French monarchy at Versailles. With a comprehensive network of fast, comfortable trains, the delights of France are easily accessible by train.

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Prague Charles Bridge


Characterised by leafy boulevards and charming squares lined with 17th and 18th century mansions, Aix en Provence was founded by the Romans as a spa town and is now an attractive, popular university city nestled in the heart of Provençal southern France. The Old Town...



The 16th-century ramparts, sparkling Mediterranean vistas, vivid blooms and cobbled Old Town have long made holidays in Antibes a favourite with artistic types, from visitors seeking an idyllic escape from the glitz of nearby Nice and Cannes to renowned painters like...

Arles-Roman Amphitheatre


A Provençal gem on the winding curves of the River Rhone, Arles is an historic city abounding with UNESCO-listed monuments and artistic connections. Arles revels in its remoteness, a relaxing sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of larger cities. The landscapes,...

Avignon Palace of the Popes


In Avignon, the beauty of Provence is on your doorstep. The city is established behind medieval walls at the side of the sparkling Rhone River, and boasts immense natural beauty and fascinating UNESCO World Heritage listed monuments. The city is proud of its papal...

The shores of Biarritz, the elegant seaside town on southwestern France’s Basque coast.


‘The pearl of the Basque coast’ is famous for music, dance and cinema. Located in the Bay of Biscay and once a favourite destination for visiting European royalty, the town still considered a luxurious seaside resort with its grand hotels, casinos and golden beaches....

The Pont de Pierre in Bordeaux, a port city on the Garonne River in southwestern France.


A mention of Bordeaux will no doubt evoke the sight and scent of sumptuous wines – and rightly so. Capital of the world’s wine industry, Bordeaux has a long history of wine production dating back over a thousand years. The city’s 18th century centre (now a UNESCO...

The Château de Caen in the middle of Caen city, France.


Caen is a historic town in north-western France, famous for its historical centre, built during the reign of William the Conqueror. Visit the Bayeux War Cemetery which is the largest of the 18 or so war cemeteries in Normandy, climb up to the medieval castle, one of the...



Elegant and sophisticated, Cannes is the epitome of chic on the Côte d'Azur. Sparkling waters, glitzy restaurants, glamorous visitors and pristine super yachts all entrance visitors, and what used to be a small fishing village is now one of the most stylish centres in...



The most complete medieval fortified city still in existence, Carcassonne looks like something out of a fairytale. Nestled in the lovely Languedoc region, the city’s most famous landmark is its medieval, turreted old town, known as La Cité. This UNESCO World Heritage...



Nestled amongst some of the highest peaks in the Alps, including the highest of them all – Mont Blanc, Chamonix is a mountain resort famous for skiing and hiking. Host of the first ever Winter Olympics in 1924, lovers of active holidays still enjoy skiing and hiking...

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