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France enjoys perhaps the most varied scenery of any European country.
Although roughly twice the size of the UK, the population is similar, so, outside
the major cities and peak holiday periods, traffic is relatively light. There is
an excellent network of mostly toll motorways, so getting around by car is easy.
So hire a car and find out what France has to offer.
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The variety of country-side is one of France's great assets.
You'll find the majestic peaks of the Alps, including Europe's highest mountain,
Mont Blanc. As well as winter sports every tye of summer outdoor activity is catered
for. For more mountain scenery try the Pyrenées, separating France from Spain, with
excellent walking and mountain biking.
Or perhaps you'd prefer to laze on the beaches of the French
Riviera or test the surf on the bracing Atlantic coast. Brittany, easily accessible
from the UK, is perfect for just about every type of holiday, and ideal for families.
For lovers of rural landscapes and historic Chateaux there's the Loire Valley,
or for something different try the volcanic hills of the Massif Central, or the
wine trail among the rolling hills of Alsace-Lorraine.
Finally France is justly famed for its magnificent cities. The charms
of Paris are of course well known, but equally enticing are Lyon or Strasbourg with
their gastronomy or the lively southern port of Marseille, or the great port city
of Bordeaux, centre of the wine trade. And closer to home there's cosmopolitan
Lille, with some of the best fish restaurants in France.