Guides and directories for traveling in France as a whole, including places to stay, things to see, where to eat and useful travel related information. Region, department and city specific travel guides can be found in the appropriate regional subcategory of France/Travel and Tourism.
Volunteer travelers answer questions about tourism in France.
Travel guides by city include hotels, flights, car rentals and vacation packages.
Includes recommendations for places to visit, a list of books, music and videos, a small selection of recipes, monthly updates from Uzès, and details of sporting events.
Travel guide from About.com with information on specific locations, hotels and restaurants.
Offering regional information about the landscape, culture, monuments, architecture, gastronomy and history.
Information on places in France and links to francophone sites.
Directory of accommodation, activities, tourism and traditions covering Provence and the Ardèche. Includes pictures, maps and search feature.
Adventure and experiential travel group provides a guide on the country and its history, events, places to go and activities with tours, photos and other tourist information.
Comprehensive facts and advice for traveling along with background material on the culture and history of the country.
Addresses of tourist and leisure facilities in the south of France.
Commercial tourist guide for the South. Includes details of properties and regional information.
Guide to the regions of France, their culture and traditions.
Offers travel information including Quick Facts, embassies and consulates, entry and exit requirements, safety and security, local laws, health, transportation and Fact Sheet. From the U.S. Department of State.
Database of more than 3000 events including festivals, feasts, fair trade, celebrations and concerts.
Tourism information covering Normandy, Brittany the Loire Valley, Western Loire and Cognac Country.
Tourist and business travel information with facts on climate, visa, health, passport, currency and customs requirements.
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