Sunday, September 27, 2015

Plan An Awesome Fall Break To France With These Tips

If you are yet to go away this year - perhaps the Summer was too busy, it’s not too late. If you have some vacation time that you need to use up, why not book a break to France?

Whether you have two weeks or two days, France is the perfect place for a Fall getaway. From the country’s capital, Paris, to the various regions in the South of France, there are so many amazing places that you can visit. Where you choose to go will ultimately depend on the type of trip that you want. France is a country that is incredibly varied, so it’s worth taking the time to research the area that you want to go to, to ensure that it’s right for you.


That being said, I am sure that no matter where you end up, you will have an amazing time. France is an incredible place - from its amazing architecture to its yummy food and drink, there is so much more to this country than meets the eye.

To help make your trip planning a little easier, I thought that I would share a few tips with you, here:

Choose your destination

As I mentioned above, France is a country that is incredibly varied. For instance, while Eastern France has been widely influenced by German culture, the South of the country has a Mediterranean feel to it. This is one of the best things about France; not one region is the same.

When it comes to choosing your destination, think about what you want from your trip. If you want to see and sights and explore the shops, Paris is the perfect place. If you would prefer to relax on a sunny beach, visiting Nice or Cannes in the South, might be a better option. Each region of the country is different - do your research and choose the perfect one.

Stay in self-catered accommodation

Most hotel stays include the cost of breakfast and dinner, which means that you tend only to eat the hotel food. However, if you want to try the local cuisine, staying in self-catered accommodation is a better option. Plus, you can use the money that you save by not staying in a hotel, to pay for eating out each night.

To find out about all the best deals on self-catered accommodation, have a look on From beautiful villas to unique holiday cottages, when it comes to accommodation, there’s a lot to choose from.

Hire a car

While France has a good public transport system - including buses, trams, and trains, it’s not as quick as driving. If you want to make the most of your time away, and want to see and do as much as possible, hiring a car is crucial.

To avoid having to pay for airport transfers, hire your car from an airport company. Just make sure to book it in advance, to ensure that you get the best vehicle for your needs.

Get a guide book

Once you have settled on where you want to go, buy yourself a guide book. You may think that this is a waste of money, but trust me, they do come in handy.

Want to look up the best restaurants, find somewhere to spend the day or the closest bus stop? All you need is a good guidebook. Don’t make the mistake of relying on your phone because often, when abroad, the internet doesn’t always work. And if it does work, it costs an arm and a leg to use.

If you are looking for somewhere to visit this Fall, France is the perfect place. There are lots of lovely destinations to choose from, plenty to see and do, and lots of yummy food to try.

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