France - Fashion, Food, Love And Beauty
France is a symbol of romance, fashion, food and love all over the world. A symbol of love, the Eiffel Tower is the heart of Paris, encountering famous masterpieces of art at the Louvre, strolling along the fashionable seaside of the French Riviera, spending the day touring dreamy castles, Enjoy gourmet cuisine of a famous restaurant.
Best time to visit: Apr-To-Oct
Things to do: Seine River Cruise, Visit Art Galleries, Play Soccer with the Locals, Swimming
HOW TO REACH FRANCE
- Flight - France is one of the Top Destinations in the World! France has 400+ Airports, intercontinental, international and domestic airports included. The Main Airports of France- Paris Charles de Gaulle, Air Baltic, Air France, and many other. There are direct flights from India, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, etc.
- Rail - Trains are the best way to explore the country's cities. The TGV - Train à Grande Vitesse is a world-famous high-speed train that makes traveling incredibly fast. It is an attractive travel option compared to flying. Here, TER and InterCité trains connect various cities and all French train stations in the main cities.
- Road - Travel comfortably around the country with buses from service providers such as GoEuro, OuiBus, EuroLines and Alsa. Tickets are easy to book on GoEuro or you can also purchase tickets directly if you prefer. Buses also connect to popular attractions such as Disneyland, the Eiffel Tower, and museums.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Bus - Buses are widely used for short trips within cities and departments (regions), especially in areas with relatively few rail lines, such as Brittany and Normandy. Some regions have subsidized fares, so you can travel the entire region and get great all-inclusive fares.
- Car - You can explore more freely in France if you have a car, particularly in the countryside. Strolling through the idyllic countryside, past vineyards and orchards, is one of France's greatest pleasures. One option is to rent a car for short periods of time when you need it, rather than renting a car for weeks at a time.
- Bike - Certain regions - the Loire Valley, the Luberon of Provence, Burgundy - have their own cycle paths, with towpaths along canals and some cycle paths between orchards and vineyards, making them particularly suitable for two-wheeled exploration.
- Ferry - There are regular ferry services to several French ports (Calais, Cherbourg, Roscoff, Le Havre, Brest, etc.). Additionally, boats link Corsica, the Channel Islands, and the French continent to the offshore islands (frequent ferries operate from Nice, Toulon and Marseille).
- Metro/Train - Simply put, there is no better way to get around France than by train. The French saw the potential of high-speed rail and were far ahead, building a network that rivals the best in the world. Trains are super fast, super comfortable, super reliable, and often (but not always) super cheap.