Flights from France

France is a choice travel destination for many. Underlying France’s allure are the numerous romantic landmarks and captivating sights that can only be found in the country. Besides the urban elegance, France also has a collection of remarkable beaches, great food and a pleasant climate. The country hosts a population of about 62 million and ranks with the likes of the United States and Germany as an economic powerhouse. If you have the chance, visit these places before leaving the country:


Without question, the capital Paris is the most visited city of France. Amidst the romantic city atmosphere lie several key attractions that draw the crowds. Disneyland Paris never fails to amaze even adults as it takes you into a fantasy world brought about by familiar cartoon characters and theme parks. On the other hand, the Louvre Museum contains world class creations that we would normally only get to see on television or via the internet, such as Mona Lisa. Of course, do not miss the iconic Eiffel Tower.


Lyon is also worthy of your time while in France. This wine-producing city offers tours that take you around vineyards to explore the source and making of the beloved beverage. Also, visit the stunning church of Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourviere and bask in the music of the Nuits de Fourviere festival.


Finally, there is Marseille, France’s oldest city with more than two and a half millennium’s worth of history. Here, you can find museums housed in olden buildings that will educate you about the different French eras. There are also more than 4 square kilometres of parks and gardens for your viewing pleasure and electric bike tours to participate in refreshing rides through the city.

The Charles de Gaulle airport located in Paris welcomes most of the passengers passing through France and is central to Paris’ travelling activities. Fly from Charles de Gaulle or one of France’s other international airports to get to your next destination. If you’re making your way out of France, think about stopping by the following countries:


While England does not strictly border France, the two are separated by just 34 kilometres of the English Channel. Hence, England also makes a convenient destination after touring France. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Stonehenge, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. Fans of soccer may also consider stopping by one or more English soccer club stadiums in person.


Another of France’s neighbours, Germany, is a nation of both technology and the arts. Choose from hundreds of orchestras and theatres for literary and musical pleasures, purchase quality innovative products and visit historical landmarks such as Brandenburg gate.


For those looking for a further getaway from France and the west European region entirely, try Brazil. In the winter months of France, a trip to North Brazil provides friendlier weather, nice warm beaches, as well as a delectable variety of tropical fruits. In addition, check out Iguazu Falls, Tijuca Forrest and Fernando de Noronha for a blast of nature.

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