FR - France

When to go:
If possible, French school holidays and national holidays should be avoided, as the probability of finding fully booked hotels is very high, as well as terrible road traffic.

The climate is very varied, but tends to have temperate winters and mild summers over much of the territory, and especially in Paris and Normandy. Mild winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean and in the southwest (the latter being very rainy in winter). Mild winters (very rainy) and cool summers in the north-west (Brittany). Cold winters and hot summers along the German border (Alsace). Cold and particularly generous winters of snow in mountain regions such as the Alps, Pyrenees and Auvergne.

What see:
French historical monuments have long been classified as such and often bear this symbol: French historical monument.

Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Pompidou Center, Notre-Dame, La Défense, La Villette, Quai D’Horsai – Museum of the Impressionists; all this in Paris.
The palace of Versailles
Castle of Fontainebleau
The castles of the Loire: Loches, Sully, Langeais, Chambord, Chinon, Blois, Amboise, Villandry, Azay le Rideau
Chambord Castle
Amiens Cathedral
The crags in Normandy
The church and tides of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy
Chantilly Castle
The city walls of Fougères in Brittany
Monet’s garden in Giverny
Cathedral and Palais du Tau in Reims
The historic center of Carcassonne
The Grimaldi Castle in Antibes

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