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    Discover some of the most famous castles in the Loire Valley including the Château of Chambord.

    Stay in a 4 star hotel in Tours and taste the fabulous Loire Valley wines with the wine makers.

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    Paris is a party

    Dance to your heart’s content as the city of light’s night comes to life.

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    the Dordogne Valley

    In Southwest France, just an hour’s drive from Bordeaux, Dordogne Périgord is one of the largest and most picturesque départements in France, as well as being one of the most prolific in terms of its number of listed historic buildings...


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    What wine connoisseur are you?

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    Get to know French Guiana

    Kingdom of forests, rivers and animals, patwork of exotic cultures and home of the European Spatial Center, French Guiana is a tropical dream come true!

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    French Riviera

    If some travel to the French Riviera to enjoy the sun, the beach, and the giltz and glamour of the nightlife; others want to discover the authentic hinterland and its lavender fields. Whoever you are, share your experiences with #CoteDAzurNow 

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