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Holidays to France

Holidays to France

Why France?

Popular Areas in France

Your go-to guide of the best locations to spend your next well-deserved holiday

France Key Facts

Good to know before you book or fly

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is French.

Fun Facts

France was the first country to ban supermarkets from binning unsold food.

Currency

Euro

Local Time

1 hour ahead

Hotels in France

Looking for somewhere to sleep after days spent trolling round Paris or sailing along the Cote d’Azur? We’ve got tonnes of places to choose from.

Things to Do

Whether you're looking for a beach getaway or city break, France has something to offer every discerning traveller

Holiday Types in France

Sightseeing in Paris? High-rolling in Cannes? Beach bumming in Nice? Whatever kind of French adventure you’re after, we can help.

Frequently Asked Questions

France has long and often very hot summers, so – to make the most of the warm weather – you will want to visit at the height of the summer months. While in the late autumn and winter months the weather is often cooler, there are frequently less tourists – making this a better time to sightsee.
Most areas of France are affordable. While only Paris is generally more expensive all year round, the most expensive time to book a holiday is during the summer when it is popular with families. Try searching on Travel Republic for super low prices.
France is one of the most visited countries in the world – and Paris is often the most visited city globally. France is a fab place for a holiday.
France is connected all over by a very sophisticated, high-speed network of trains. It’s possible to travel across France quickly, easily, and relatively cheaply.

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