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Meander the romantic streets of Paris, sip on fine wine in Bordeaux and Champagne, hit the slopes in the Rhone-Alpes and laze by the sparkling water's edge in Côte d'Azur.
With 297,680 hotels starting at CA $160 a night, Expedia makes it easy to find the perfect place to stay during your trip to France. But if you’re eager to save money, combine your hotel, flights, car rental and tours into a France Vacation Package. With the extra dollars in your pocket, why not book some tours like a dinner cruise on the Seine River or a show at the famous Moulin Rouge?
Day 1-3: Join a walking tour through Paris to see the iconic Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre Museum and Champs-Élysées. Taste the gastronomic delights of arty Montmartre and witness the magical "City of Lights" at night on a cruise along the Seine.
Day 4-6: Fly or take a train to Nice and relax on the pebbly shores of the French Riviera. Rub shoulders with the rich and famous in the nearby towns of Saint-Tropez, Antibes and Cannes.
Day 7-9: Soak up the atmosphere in cosmopolitan Marseille, then hike through one of France's most spectacular natural settings, Calanques National Park. Wrap up your trip by exploring the quaint streets and harbour of Cassis.
The French enthusiastically celebrate their national holiday, Bastille Day, every July 14. Large-scale public events including military street parades, fireworks and concerts are held in cities around the country.
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Home to the Mona Lisa, and instantly recognizable by its glass pyramid, this landmark has vast collections of well-known art from France and around the world.