France – Je T’aime

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France – what springs to mind is cheese in masses, culture, fabulous wines, exquisite food and of course, fashion.

The major attractions in Paris alone get over 23 million visitors each year and the number is growing. Whether you prefer the city or the lovely countryside type of holiday, there sure is something for everyone in France. Hotels in Paris can be booked virtually anywhere, anytime and for any requirements. In one of the most visited cities in the world, Paris Hotels usually also offer huge discounts leaving you to spend more on shopping and sightseeing sprees and with a lot of Hôtels en Paris starting at as little as EUR 25.00.

Paris, je t’aime… The big capital city, often referred to as the “world capital of art and culture”, lives at a fast pace, day and night. It’s THE metropole for culture and entertainment and with it’s many attractions visitors are always in for a fantastic experience.

One of the most known attractions, the Eiffel Tower, is the global icon of France. The tower is 324 m (1,063 ft) high and had 6,719,200 visitors in 2006:

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Other well known and world famous attractions are the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe and the Grande Arche de la Défense.

Notre-Dame Cathedral, the cradle of Paris and the religious center of the city:

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Paris busy nightlife has everything and more to offer. From relaxed bar-cafes, dance clubs, or mellow jazz to cabaret venues…Do you want to party hard or just kick back and unwind?

At “Le Baiser Sale” for instance,one of the oldest and most famous Jazz Clubs in Paris, international jazz fusion musicians meet and jam all night.

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Now if city life is not for you and you rather relax on a beach or chill in the countryside, regions such as the French Riviera offer sunny and mild climate, beaches, idyllic fishing villages and excellent golf courses.

If you are a history freak, you may want to check out the Normandy. Famous for its WWII history, museums and memorials.

A french classic: The Champagne region, known for – you guessed it, Champagne production. In the midst of rolling hills and vineyards and just 90 minutes from Paris.

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