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FRANCE

France is one of the greatest holiday countries on the planet. The combination of a great and open culture, gastronomy, beauty, many different landscapes, great climate and central location in Europe make this a country that is loved all over the globe. It attracts 84 million tourists every year, mainly to it's great cities Paris and Lyon and the famous Cote Azur. But the countryside with it's many castles, charming cities and lovely country side keeps attracting more and more tourists every year. France is still a country where you can find hidden away places where you are the only visitor, where time has stood still, where you can stroll in majestic woods that have seen kings and queens pass.

It is also a country of high quality realy estate, where most houses are built with noble materials like natural stone, brick and oak. Prices in the country side are still more than reasonable and you can still find your little dream house to renovate for a interesting price.

France just has it all.

It is administratively divided into 17 regions (French: régions), of which 13 are on mainland France, and four are overseas. Corsica is a territorial collectivity (French: collectivité territoriale), but is considered a region in mainstream usage, and is even shown as such on the INSEE Web site.[1] Each mainland region and Corsica are further subdivided into two to eight departments.

Paris is its capital of course, with Marseille and Lyon as it second and third cities. France has good connections to the rest of Europe and has well kept highways and country roads. You can get to even the smallest village, the road will almost always be well kept. There is a good railway system with the famous French TGV as France's national pride. Several airports (Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Bergerac) and even Geneva in Zwiterland ensure good connections with the rest of the world.

Don't hesitate to have a look around and see what France and our agency has to offer!

<en>beaches on the Cote d'Azur</en><fr>fameuses plages</fr><nl>prachtige stranden</nl>
beaches on the Cote d'Azur
<en>the famous lavender fields</en><fr>champs de lavande</fr><nl>lavendel velden</nl>
the famous lavender fields
<en>great local produces</en><fr>les meilleurs produits du monde</fr><nl>de mooiste producten</nl>
great local produces
<en>nice buildings</en><fr>jolie bâtisse</fr><nl>mooie boerderijen</nl>
nice buildings
<en>the beauty of agriculture</en><fr>où l'agriculture règne</fr><nl>landbouw regeert hier</nl>
the beauty of agriculture
<en>wine and more wine of course</en><fr>vin, du vin et plus de vin</fr><nl>wijn natuurlijk</nl>
wine and more wine of course
<en>The French alps</en><fr>les alpes un régale en hiver et été</fr><nl>de wereldberoemde alpen</nl>
The French alps
<en>Pont du Gard</en><fr>Pont du Gard</fr>
Pont du Gard
Getting to France

By road

France has a very modern and up to date motorway network with tolls. You can also use the national road system which is free. In general the road network is excellent and in constant evolution.

By train

The Train de grande Vitesse (TGV) has shortened travelings times considerably in France. Regional trains criss cross the country but are not always linked to the TGV network.

By plane

Paris, Lyon, Toulouse and Marseille/Nice are the largets hubs in France, linking France not only to the international capitals but also to many European regional airports.

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