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|Average price in France:||R2 978/night|
|Cheapest price found:||R21/night|
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Hotel Europe Saint Severin Paris
38-40 Rue Saint Séverin, Paris, France
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Centred around one of the world’s most romantic capital cities, France encompasses atmospheric medieval towns, idyllic Mediterranean beaches and charming rural landscapes. It’s one of the most visited tourist destinations on the planet, with countless travellers coming to experience its quintessential “joie de vivre” and world-renowned gastronomy.
Whether you want to get cultured in the streets of Paris, soak up the sun-drenched lifestyle of the French Riviera or discover the wartime history of Normandy, France offers it all and more.
Discover the icons of Paris. Sprawling along the River Seine, Paris is an enchanting city filled with outstanding art galleries, bohemian neighbourhoods and luxury fashion houses. Soak up the views from the Eiffel Tower and go shopping on the Champs Élysées before discovering the opulence of the Château de Versailles.
Explore picture-perfect Provence. Stretching from the French Alps to the Mediterranean Sea, Provence is home to vineyard-blanketed landscapes, medieval towns and glamorous beach resorts. Mingle with the rich and famous in Cannes and Saint Tropez or escape to the majestic Verdon Gorge before discovering Provence’s rich gourmet heritage at farm-to-table restaurants.
Tour historic Normandy. Hugging the English Channel in France’s north, Normandy is synonymous with the historic D-Day landings of 1944. After paying your respects at its cemeteries and memorials, you can discover picture-perfect Mont Saint-Michel and the historic port of Honfleur or drive through apple orchards along the Route du Cider.
Wine taste in Bordeaux. Home to grand castles, historic villages and rolling hills, Bordeaux is a spectacular region that’s famed for its wine. Stroll through the UNESCO-listed streets of Bordeaux and admire the Romanesque churches of Saint-Emilion, then cycle to popular cellar doors along the tree-lined Canal de Deux Mers.
Charles de Gaulle Airport is the main gateway to France, with several regional airports offering flights to destinations across Europe. An efficient network of trains connects towns and cities throughout the region. The Paris Metro will whisk you beneath the city while buses are the main means of getting around urban centres.
France has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its most favoured locations, like Paris, Nice, and Bordeaux.
One of the most popular hotels in France is Le Pavillon des Lettres, which has been reviewed by 322 users and currently has a rating of 9,1/10. Other top-rated locations include Maison Albar Hotels Le Champs-Elysées and Victoria Garden Bordeaux Centre, which have received 8,4/10 and 8,0/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
Hotels in France are a great way to experience the best bars and restaurants. There is something for everyone from the buzzing capital city to coastal beach bars. Unsurprisingly Paris is one of the most popular places for nightlife, with the Montmarte district being very lively. Chez Michou is a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike. You can stay at Secret de Paris – Hotel and Spa, which is close by in a car. Another popular city for bars is Nantes, which has thriving bars like KITKAT Bar. You can stay at a hotel such as Ibis Nantes Centre Tour Bretagne near this bar. For great food, head to a Mediterranean city like Marseille. Le Roy Rene is a seafood restaurant where you can enjoy a range of fresh fish.
There are loads of things to do in France for families. Take your children to Disneyland Paris, where they have rides suitable for all ages. If you want to be a stone’s throw from the theme park, go to Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe. Another great area for families is La Rochelle, where you can hire bikes and cycle on greenways across the bridge to Ile de Re. You can stay at Novotel La Rochelle Centre, which will put you close to the cycle route. Another great family activity in France, especially in the summer, is visiting a water park such as Aqualand Cap D’Agde. Here your kids can get out of the heat and enjoy a variety of slides.
There is a range of things to see in France. One of the most popular festivals in France is that of Bastille Day. Taking place on 14th July, the whole country celebrates this day. Bordeaux is one of the best places to join in on the action, with a range of events throughout the city. You can stay at Mama Shelter Bordeaux, which will put you right in the heart of the fun. Another must-see is the Musee de Louvre, one of the most visited museums in the world. There’s something for everyone with a range of art, artefacts, and exhibition. Mont Saint-Michelle on the border of Brittany and Normandy is also a great place to visit. A fortified island with an abbey on top, it’s one of the true marvels of France. You can stay on the island in Les Terrasses Poulard, which gives you easy access to the island’s cobbled streets.
There is some excellent accommodation in France which gives you instant access to lovely beaches. Nice is one example of a beach which is great for swimming and sunbathing. Offering a range of restaurants and shops, it’s an iconic beach that you won’t want to leave. France accommodation like Mercure Nice Marche Aux Fleurs is a hotel on the seafront providing easy access to the water. For surfing, look no further than Biarritz, where surf competitions are regularly held. You can stay at France hotels like Grand Tonic Hotel Biarritz, right on the beachfront. In the north of France, check out Plage du Sillon in Saint-Malo. A beach that is next to the historic city, you can spend the afternoon dining on the beachfront whilst you watch the world go by.