France is a country in western Europe on the Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea and the Mediterranenen Sea. The climate in the north is temperate and wet, in the center and east it’s continental and along the south coast a Mediterranean climate prevails. France is a major producer of agricultural products and it is one of largest industrial powers in the world.

The about 58.000.000 inhabitants live in an area of about 544.000 square kilometers. Languages spoken are French and many dialects, German in the Elsace and Breton. Also several Arabic languages can be heard in larger cities.

France is the world’s most popular tourist destination. Our writers love the French capital but also explore the beautiful countryside to report on many smaller, off-the-beaten track and lesser-known destinations. We enjoy the tourist sites but also travel France unconventionally: we appreciate wine harvests and Irish culture in Paris and swim in lakes in Burgundy. We enjoy a bargain but also love the speed and convenience of getting there fast on TGV trains.

Whether you’re strolling Paris streets, biking the Loire Valley, or digging into mussels on Brittany’s coast, France’s seductive mix of stunning landscapes and sophisticated cities is hard to resist. Gourmands will have a hard time resisting copious amounts of truffles, cheese, and bread, too—paired with world-class wines, of course. Yes, life is good for the traveler in France, where cultural offerings are as rich as the cuisine and one can practically jar the joie de vivre in the air.

Paris is most visited city on Earth. But there is a lot more to discover once you step away from the Seine and into millennia of political, social, cultural and culinary history – much of it largely undiscovered by the thronging masses. And that’s what Trifter France is about.

Each region in France – and there are 20 of them – is just as chock-full of fascinating sights, spectacular food and unforgettable experiences as the City of Lights. Except with less tourists, fewer lines and in many cases, it’s easier on your wallet, too.

So, the only thing left to do is get started planning your dream trip to France! And Trifter France Travel Guide is here to help you, every step of the way. Begin with checking out cheap flights to France; once you’ve got that taken care of, it’s time to figure out where you want to go and what you want to do.

Are you up for a ski getaway to the Alps this winter? Psyched about following the Tour de France? Want to live the high life on the French Riviera? How about taking it slow on a barge cruise? Or you can rent a car and take a wine tasting vacation, making sure to stop in the fresh daily markets along the way.

Next, move on to deciding on your accommodations in France – hotel, hostel, or bed & breakfast? We’ll even help you pack your bags with firsthand advice on what to wear in France, whether it’s summer or winter.

What do you say? France is romantic, exciting, relaxing, delicious, and more beautiful than you can imagine – and it’s waiting for you. Bon voyage!

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