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Tourism in France

The world's top touristic destination

Western Europe is like a magnet that attracts millions and millions of tourists every year. This area offers a very rich heritage and a wide variety of natural landscapes that suit the taste of almost any person in the world. The cultural impact of Western European culture in the occidental half of the world is very strong, and this ancestral link attracts many to visit our cities and our countryside.

Of all these countries, France is the one that sits on top of the most popular touristic destinations in the world. With over 80 million visitors a year, France has developed a very strong infrastructure to give accomodation and support to all these people and their requirements for a satisfying stay. If you want to visit France, you can be sure that you will find all you need for your vacations. This country has not only a wide array of touristic attractions of all kind, but also a massive offer of accomodation, from top luxurious hotels to budget-proof hostels and a complete range of intermediate options.

Moving towards, from and within France is also very easy, since this country has the most complete railroad network in all Europe, the second most busy airport in the continent, and many highways that allow tourists to easily travel from one point to the next.  Read More...


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