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Best Price Ferries to France

See France is your guide to getting to France for less, giving you more Euros to spend when you are over there. We help you compare cheap ferries to France from operators such as P&O and Brittany Ferries.

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£30.00
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£23.00
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£24.00
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There Is Lots To Do In France

Regardless of what your interest are you will most certainly find some interesting places to visit and make some wonderful memories whilst on your French holiday. You can engage in a spot of shopping or visit a theme park. You can enjoy the food and wine, or learn about history and culture. Regardless of your preference, France has it all. For accommodation on your French holiday there are options that range from five star resorts to self catering holidays. If you prefer the latter then you should speak to your property owner because they will have lots of advice about what to do in the area and can offer a little extra knowledge and advice so you can most certainly make the most of your stay.


Visit France

If you are wondering whether to take your next vacation in France you should ask yourself the question what’s stopping you? The country has loads to offer and it is just a short trip across the channel. You can tan yourself in the sun, enjoy a gourmet extravaganza, take romantic break or feast upon a huge variety of culture. Wherever in the country you decide to visit and no matter what your plans are there is something to suit all itineraries and budgets.


A Few Things To Do In Rouen

Rouen was where Joan of Arc was famously burnt at the stake and there is fantastic cross that marks the exact spot. There are plenty of benches around where office workers and visitors sit to eat their lunch.

If you want to learn about Joan of Arc’s life, you should visit the Musée Jeanne d’Arc which is located in the Place du Vieux Marché where you will find 50 life size wax works that trace the life of this famous French woman. There is also a Joan of Arc Tower that you can visit.


Check Out Notre-Dame

If you are visiting Rouen, then the best place to start is at the Notre-Dame Cathedral. This wonderful church has three great towers and the tallest spire in France that measures 495 feet. Monet loved the Notre Dame so much that he painted it no less than 28 times over a two year period.

The cathedral was constructed on the foundations of a 4th century basilica and an 11th century Romanesque church. Notre-Dame’s construction began in the 12th century and building took place over such a long period that the cathedral is a wonderful demonstration of the whole Gothic period. Notre-Dame is also the burial site of Richard the Lionhart as well as his Viking ancestor Rollo who served as the first Duke of Normandy.


Le Touquet Part 2

It is well worth taking a wander around Le Touquet and admire some of the wonderful villas which serve as private residences. Many seek to be English in style but were unable to shake of French influence to become a hybrid architecture that is known as anglo-normand.

You can visit the tourist office where you can obtain leaflets that will guide you attractions such as Tata Ice which is a pink confection that draws its inspiration from Czech cubism or La Closerie which is a Mansion constructed in English style that has a Y shaped footprint. You should also check out Karidja and Glenwood, both of which are semi detached villa that share a chimney which makes them seem as if they are a king of cruise ship.


 

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