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The Dordogne comes close to offering everything that travellers head to France for: beautiful chateaux, traditional French gastronomy, a bucolic landscape of vineyards, forests and rivers. Picturesque fortified villages, such as Beynac, La Roque Gageac and Sarlat-la-Caneda are ever popular.
France's lavish royal past is everywhere in the gentle landscapes of the Loire Valley. Hundreds of majestic châteaux and palaces follow the course of the country's longest river. Such is the beauty of the ancient towns, limestone hills and historic castles that Unesco designated it a World Heritage Site in 2000.
More British skiers and snowboarders choose to head to France than anywhere else. The reason is inescapable: the French Alps offer the best variety of resorts of any country in the world. Destinations range from the high altitude and purpose built to lesser-known farming villages.
Bordeaux hasn’t been dubbed the wine capital of the world for nothing and the influence of the city’s biggest industry is obvious. Every street you walk down has a well-stocked wine bar or shop, while every cafe or restaurant will have its own extensive wine list. A wonderful city becoming more and more popular.
The world's most romantic city has its own "je ne sais quoi" whether you've been there once, one hundred times or as yet have only seen it in the movies. Adored by honeymooners and lovers (you only have to be up the Eiffel Tower at sunset to see it), Paris is built on romance.
As soon as you take in all the beauty that Provence has to offer, you will not want to go home ! The southeastern region of the country touches both Italy and the Mediterranean Sea and is known for being home to popular cities like Nice, Cannes, and Marseille. Trust us, it's the place to visit.