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FRANCE

France 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.

Here a link to wikipedia with more information.

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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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