Paris is a capital that has been bestowed with gifts by the ages – monuments inherited from a history of 2,000 years. From Notre-Dame-de-Paris, commenced in 1163, to the François Mitterand National Library inaugurated in 1995, the city is dotted with numerous iconic monuments.
Rich in history and art, Tours is a lively town where you will quickly feel at ease. The most practical way to discover the charm of the old quarters of the town is on foot, taking in along the way the numerous museums, boutiques and markets. Tours boasts a friendly environment, with a dynamism which attracts a university population of almost 30 000.
With the Mediterranean beaches (15 minutes by bus) and the old Cevenne Mountains nearby, Montpellier is “the” sunny place to visit, famous for its historical richness as well as its cultural and technological dynamism. Montpellier is home to 60 000 university students from all parts of France and of the world.
Cannes is situated on the south coast of France. Famous to many for its prestigious film festival, there are also plenty of opportunities for tourists, including shopping and sightseeing. Moreover Cannes, superbly located in the French Riviera has plenty of beautiful landscapes and beaches to be visited and admired.
Chambéry is the historical capital of Savoie. The city offers you a lot of sportive activities summer as winter, culture excursions or the simple pleasure to discover beautiful landscapes, lakes, castles etc.
Lyon is a major centre of business and it is famous for its gastronomy and the role it has played in the history of cinema. The city of Lyon has been classed "world heritage" by the UNESCO.
Strasbourg is one of the most populated cities in France ( the 7th) and it is also one of the three French cities, with Le Havre and Bordeaux ( Since June 2007), which centre is entirely classified as world heritage by the UNESCO.
Biarritz is a peaceful haven located between the Pyrenees Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Originally a quaint fishing village, until the end of 19th century when Napoleon III and the empress Eugenie fell in love with the regions natural beauty, Biarritz rapidly became a fashionable, refined sea side resort.
Bordeaux is a great historical city, but it is also a vigorous regional capital and a university town that accommodates 90,000 students every year. It has a population of 700, 000. A very varied cultural programme, lively nightlife and superb architecture make the city a favourite port of call for many!
Toulouse is a city that has always had a particular place in the south of France. It is also called the pink city. This colour of its walls, with the sunshine gives it an atmosfere of calm and peace. Toulouse is the fourth city in France and it is also dynamic and innovative. Furthermore, it is a city where you can´t get bored, there are many bars, discotheques, shops...
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