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Guide to Luxury Holidays in France

Relax on the terrace of a Parisian café with a coffee and croissant or wander along a pretty beach in Brittany. Whether you've got a fabulous city break in mind or would instead head for the hills to admire the beauty of nature, France is the perfect destination for any luxury holiday.

Featuring fascinating attractions from world-renowned art to charming cafés, France is an attractive luxury holiday destination. View iconic landmarks and dive into a wealth of cultural and historical treasures. Stars include the Eiffel Tower, Versailles and the glamorous French Riviera. However you decide to spend your time, you're in for a fabulous holiday experience.

Endless museums and galleries add a distinctive character to this country. Aspiring creatives can take up the chance to get involved in ateliers (artist workshops) and local activities. As the home of internationally renowned artists like Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne, Edgar Degas, and Edouard Manet, France has one of the best art collections in the world. Make sure to check out these artists’ masterpieces at world-class art museums like The Louvre, Musee Rodin, and Musee d’Orsay.

France’s landscape invites you to explore, from the northern cliffs and sand dunes to the lush oak forests of Corsica. There are plenty of outdoor activities available to suit all ages and interests, whether you’re looking for a romantic escape or family-friendly break. Each region of France comes with its distinctive scenery, culture, and cuisine, creating a unique adventure wherever you choose to visit.

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The summer season is always a favourite time to visit France. May and September are the best months for quieter sightseeing experiences across the country – other than Paris which remains popular year-round.

If you love the sound of a beach holiday in the South of France, June to September has ideal weather conditions. September and October are harvest time for wineries, so this is an excellent opportunity to taste locally-produced wine and learn about how its made.

British nationals don’t need a visa to visit France. Find more advice at GOV.UK with information on passports, visas and travel.

Enjoy panoramic views of Paris from your hotel restaurant as you tuck into an array of delicious options including both classic and modern French dishes. The country also offers tasty, gourmet international flavours including Michelin Star Italian and delicious Cantonese style menus.

Excellent food and wine is a must in French culture, whether savouring crêpes on the go in Brittany or raising champagne flutes in ancient Reims cellars. Explore all of the exciting culinary opportunities in and around this vibrant region.

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