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    Glinting just across the Channel, the shores of Normandy are the gateway to a region of astounding diversity.

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    Brittany: Discover dramatic cliffs, beautiful beaches and islands, dense forests and stunning medieval architecture.

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    Paris, just a two-hour train ride from London and arguably one of the world’s most effortlessly romantic cities.

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    Disneyland® Paris 25th anniversary

    Celebrate the party with Mickey & Minnie!

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