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France is situated on the western edge of Europe, bounded by the North Atlantic Ocean in the west, by the English Channel in the northwest, and by the North Sea. France covered by Belgium and Luxembourg in the northeast, the Mediterranean Sea, Monaco, Spain and Andorra in the south, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy in the east. Besides, France shares maritime borders with the United Kingdom.

Metropolitan France, or Mainland France, covers 551,695 km²; it includes the island of Corsica. Compared, it is more than twice the United Kingdom’s size or more than twice the size of the U.S. state of Colorado.

France has an all-out populace of 67.4 million individuals (in 2021), 65.2 million occupants in Metropolitan France (the European piece of France in addition to Corsica), and about 2.2 million in its abroad areas (French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, and Reunion). Other significant dependencies are French Polynesia and New Caledonia.

The largest city and capital are Paris. The spoken language is French (official).

TRANSPORT:

Airlines

The French Airline.

Airports

Air terminals 

Aéroports de Paris 

Official site for Orly and Roissy (Charles de Gaulle) air terminals. 

Côte d’Azur International Airport 

The third-biggest air terminal in France regarding travellers. 

Marseille Provence Airport 

Marseille-Marignane Airport is the fifth busiest French air terminal by traveller traffic. 

Holy person Exupéry International Airport 

Lyon’s worldwide airport.

Rail

Eurostar

High-speed passenger train linking London, Paris, and Brussels.

SNCF

The French Railroad.

TGV

A high-speed French train.

 CLIMATE:

A lot of variety, yet calm winters and gentle summers in the greater part of the region, particularly in Paris. Gentle winters and sweltering summers along the Mediterranean and southwest (the latter have lots of rain in winter). You may even see a few palm trees on the Mediterranean coast. Mild winters also, cool summers in the north-west (Brittany). Cool to cold winters and sweltering summer along the German line (Alsace). Along the Rhône Valley, there is a periodic solid, cool, dry, north-to-northwesterly breeze known as the mistral.

Cold winters with lots of snow in the Mountainous regions: Alps, Pyrenees, Auvergne.

When to travel:

If conceivable, attempt to stay away from French school occasions and Easter, since inns will probably be overbooked and traffic on the streets is awful.

Holidays: search the internet for French school occasions”, as they shift from one area to another. For the most part, the colder time of year occasions is 10 Feb-10 Mar. The spring occasions are frequently 10 Apr-10 May. Additionally, try to avoid travel around the 14 Juluatorze Juillet) These times the roads are full of people, prompting the much-feared Black Friday traffic jams, which can grow in length to over 160km (100 miles)!

Winter gets very cold, sometimes freezing. Make sure to bring appropriate clothing to keep you warm while visiting.

Lodgings will probably be overbooked, and street traffic will be horrendous during the 1 Ma1 MayMa8 May N11 Novster Weekend, Ascension.

Important places to Visit:

  1. Eiffel Tower
  2. Louvre Museum
  3. Palace of Versailles
  4. Côte d’Azur
  5. Mont Saint-Michel
  6. Loire Valley Châteaux
  7. Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres
  8. Provence
  9. Chamonix-Mont-Blanc
  10. Alsace Villages
  11. Carcassonne
  12. Brittany
  13. Biarritz
  14. Rocamadour
  15. Prehistoric Cave Paintings in Lascaux

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