Frommers.com is an essential online destination for those planning the perfect travel excursion. Not only can Frommers.com visitors easily find candid, timely articles written by Frommers.com experts, they also can read excerpts from and purchase Frommer's Guidebooks, while gaining additional insights from our lively message boards and purchasing travel products and services from our high-quality booking partners.
- Aix, Marseille, and the Central Coast
- Bordeaux and the Wine Country
- Champagne Country
- Lyon and the Alps
- Nice and the Eastern Cote d'Azur
- The Alpilles, Arles, and the Camargue
- The Basque Country, Gascony, and Hautes-Pyrenees
- The D-Day Beaches
- The Dordogne
- The French Riviera
- The Loire Valley
- The Midi-Pyrenees and Languedoc-Roussillon
- The Vaucluse
- The Western Cote d'Azur
Websites about France
France.fr, officially launched in 2010, is the multilingual web site of reference about France intended for the international general public. It provides information and promotes France by offering Internet users an immersive editorial experience through three major categories of content:
The content highlights the profusion of possibilities for entertainment, getaways, gastronomy, and leisure sports, putting them in the context of the various regions...
The content highlights the constant connection between heritage and contemporary works in order to illustrate the privileged relationship that France maintains with the arts and artists.
The content highlights the know-how, projects and innovations that make France a country on the cutting edge: aerospace, automobile, luxury goods industries, telecommunications, transports, agro-food, and energy.
About-France.com is a website dedicated to providing clear, reliable, well-documented and useful information for travellers and tourists, and also useful information on France for students and anyone interested in learning about the country. This site is designed in particular for travellers coming from the United Kingdom, but more generally for travellers or students from any part of the world. Input and ideas are provided largely by academics, by people living in France, and by people with a professional interest in, or knowledge of, France.
Unlike pages on several of the other travel websites on France, even quite high-profile ones, articles on About-France.com are all well-researched and original work, written by people who know France well.
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