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Destinations in France

The City of Lights and home to The Eiffel Tower, the most visited tourist attraction in the world. Paris is a city which offers entertainment and enjoyment for everyone.
The city is home to countless bars, restaurants and taverns to sample some of the countries finest food and drinks while taking in local rich culture.
A trip to the Parc des Princes will not be forgotten as a new revolution comes to Paris in the form of football. Paris Saint-Germain has a fanatical following of fans, creating a great atmosphere in support of a dazzling array of sporting talent.
A city that speaks for itself, Paris offers everything a big city should.
The principality on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea is most famous for the
Formula One Grand Prix, which visits every year. The city is also famed for its high end lifestyle. With the city home to multiple luxury casinos, such as the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
The free flowing free scoring football that is being played at the Stade Louis II is also turning heads all around Europe. With AS Monaco now becoming one of the countries biggest football clubs.
Feel like a millionaire and take a trip to Monaco, and learn why the rich and famous flock to the city year upon year.
A city with lots of culture, and vibrant areas to explore long into the night. Take a walk around the harbour and visit one of the many bars and restaurants lining it.
The most famous landmark within Marseille is the Notre-Dame de la Garde, which simply translates to 'Our Lady of The Guard'. The church overlooks the city, offering fantastic viewings of the city.
Another heavily visited site within the city is the newly refurbished Stade Velodrome, which overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and the old port of Marseille. The stadium is home to Olympique de Marseille, historically one of France's strongest teams.
The capital city in France’s Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, Lyon is known for its fine cuisine as is also known as France's capital of food, boasting some of the countries finest restaurants.
The city also has a vibrant nightlife, with bars, nightclubs and cafés all open until the early hours of the morning. All found around the city’s grand streets.
In terms of sport, Lyon is a real stronghold of French football. The city has produced some of the countries best players throughout the years, as well as producing a current crop of talented youngsters.
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