Grand Hyatt Cannes Martinez is a 4 star hotel. The Facility is 2 km from Cannes city center.By staying at Grand Hyatt Cannes Martinez, you will be close to many attraction and landmarks such as Cannes...
Intercontinental Le Grand Hotel Paris is a 5 star hotel. The Facility is 2 km from Paris city center.By staying at Intercontinental Le Grand Hotel Paris, you will be close to many attraction and landm...
Vienna International Dream Castle at Disneyland is a 4 star hotel. The Facility is 30 km from Paris city center.By staying at Vienna International Dream Castle at Disneyland, you will be close to many...
Radisson Blu Ambassador Hotel Paris Opera is a 4 star hotel. The Facility is 2 km from Paris city center.By staying at Radisson Blu Ambassador Hotel Paris Opera, you will be close to many attraction a...
Citadines Paris Saint Germain Des Pres, built in 2004, is a 3 star hotel. The Facility is 0.3 km from Paris city center.By staying at Citadines Paris Saint Germain Des Pres, you will be close to many ...
France is the largest country and a unitary semi-presidential republic located in Western Europe. It's geographically one of the most diverse countries in Europe. From the north, France borders Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany to the northeast, Switzerland to the east, Italy to the south-east and Spain to the south-west. In the south-east there is Mediterranean climate. In the west, the climate is oceanic with much rainfall, mild winters and cool to warm summers. Inland the climate becomes more continental with hot, stormy summers, colder winters and less rain.
The oldest traces of human life here date back 1,800,000 years ago. France has a large number of decorated caves from the upper Paleolithic era, including one of the most famous and best preserved: Lascaux. From approximately 7,000 BC, this part of Western Europe entered the Neolithic era and its inhabitants became sedentary. France boasts numerous megalithic sites from the Neolithic period, including the exceptionally dense Carnac stones site. Written History began with the invasion of the Romans, between 118 and 50 BC. Starting then, France was part of the Roman Empire.
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France might mean Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe or the famous smile of Mona Lisa for you. The country has many more to offer you. Its countryside is well tended and it has dozens of major tourist attractions, like Paris, the French Riviera, the Atlantic beaches, the winter sport resorts of the French Alps, the castles of the Loire Valley, Brittany and Normandy. You should enjoy some coffee in the lively Paris cafés, or you should taste croissants in a local bistro in the countryside. The thigns to do in France range from plays and shows, to amusement parks, to aquariums, wine houses, horse races, and festivals, even bullfights! You should’nt miss a show at the Moulin Rouge. Explore more of the country by choosing cheap hotels in France. Find the right France hotels for you at otel.com as it offers the best selection reservations and lowest rates in cheap hotels.
The train is the most common way of transportation. The railway network is the second most extensive in Western Europe after of Germany’s. Rail connections exist to all other countries in Europe. Urban connections are also well with both underground services and tramway services complementing bus services.