France is one of the biggest countries in Europe and is known for its magnificent coastline, mediaeval settlements, the romantic city of Paris and its lovely scent of lavender. People who talk about France usually mean Paris, which is a magnificent city full of sights. However, France has more to offer. You can discover all of France's different regions, each with its own charms and attractions.
Lyon is a bustling French city with magnificent well-maintained squares and a large number of historic buildings from the 16th and 17th centuries.
Culture, history and tasty fish soup: Marseille can offer any tourist a pleasant stay in France’s most important port.
Nice is a scintillating city on the French coast with an Italian ambience and magnificent architecture.
World-famous museums, magnificent sights and delicious food: Paris certainly knows how to attract tourists.
Like Brussels and Luxembourg, Strasbourg is mainly known as headquarters of the institutions European Union. But this French city has so much more to offer.
Toulouse is almost entirely built with red brick, hence its nickname, “the pink city". The city has some magnificent sights, and is characterized by a scent of violets.
Caught between the sea and the mountains, Bastia is a timeless city that offers many hidden places to explore.
Figari is located in South Corsica and famous for its beautiful beaches and its intense nightlife.
Ajaccio is an elegant and sophisticated Mediterranean city with real charm. Situated on the west coast of the French island of Corsica, in the Gulf of Ajaccio, the region has a favourable climate with mild winters and hot, dry summers.
Montpellier, the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region, is France’s fastest growing city and the country’s third largest city on the Mediterranean coast. With its soft winters and Mediterranean summers, Montpellier is an ideal holiday destination all year round.