Importance Of Travel In France

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Frankly, one week isn't enough time to explore very much of France, let alone Paris. A scant seven days will force you to make some hard choices, because all of France's major and interesting sights are scattered to the whole country. Seven days may not seem like a long time, but with the right approach, you can see the big sights such as Musée du Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame and Versailles. Our suggested itinerary takes you to some o f France’s major attractions and charming towns. Feel free to skip an attraction if you feel the pace might be a bit breathless. After all, you are on vacation. "
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Things to know before travelling in France!
1. Speak French first - People who start babbling in English without even attempting to speak French first are seen very rude in France. Learn to say some basic French greetings and
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This can also be purchased at the Charles de Gaulle Airport. This pass allows you free, direct access without queuing to 60 museums and monuments in and around Paris. For two consecutive days, you can visit the museum and monuments as many times as you wish. Currently there are three options for foreign visitors to choose from: 2, 4 or 6 consecutive days. Price for a 2-day pass is 42 euros. "
Day 2 (Paris)!
Spend the morning wandering down Quays de la Seine, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1991. Along the banks of River Seine you will find Paris’ most famous attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Musée du Louvre and Notre-Dame. After an hour or two, head to Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris and marvel at its French Gothic architecture. Spend the rest of the evening exploring the Eiffel Tower. You may also go back to River Seine in the evening to avail a romantic dinner cruise along the river. "
Day 3 (Versailles)!
This is going to be a very full day at Versailles, so make an early start and grab some

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