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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Travelling To France

If you decided to rent a car in france for you next holiday. Please do remember to DRIVE ON THE RIGHT! France has a well-developed system of highways. Most of the freeway (autoroute) links are toll roads. Some have toll station giving you access to a section, others have entrance and exit toll stations. Don't lose your entrance ticket or you will be charged for the longest distance. All toll stations accept major credit cards, or you can use the automatic booth if your card is equipped with a chip. If you decided to rent a large car, it may cause hassle because roads range from the narrow single-lane roads in the countryside to major highways.

When you are in France, you should take a look at cities like Paris, Marseille, Toulouse and Bordeaux. If it is shopping, dining, arts, entertainment or education you looking for, Paris has the best to offer. It is one of the most popular destination among tourists especially when it comes to their top 6 paris attraction like Eiffel Tower, Lourve Museum where you can find popular pieces by Leonardo Da Vinci " Mona Lisa", Centre Pompidou, Cite des Sciences at de l'Industrie, Musee d'Orsay and Arc de Triomphe.

Marseille, being one of the oldest and second biggest cities in France is well known for its picturesque setting and rich architectural and cultural heritage. Their must see tourist attractions are the Fort St. Nicholas, Musee de la Faience, the 12th century Accoules Bell Tower, and the beautiful La Canebiere Street.

Toulouse, often referred as the "pink city" is one of the most beautiful cities in France. It is well known for its scenic location, fascinating architecture, fountains, and mouth-watering cuisines. Their must see tourist attractions are Place du Capitole, Basilica Saint Sernin and Cité de l'Espace.

Bordeaux is 18th century architectural gem. The beauty of architectural heritage has made this place well flooded with 2.5 millions visitors each year. The recommended attractions to visit when you are in Bordeaux are Cathedral of St André that was built in the 12th centuries, Le grand theatre and Place de la Bourse.

If you are seeking for a great accomodation, Hotelsenfrancais has plenty of hotels available for road travellers at the last minute across all of France. For more information on the hotels, please visit the links below.

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