Accommodation in France
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Accommodation in France Information
France is a beautiful country that is just ready to be explored. France has everything you could want for a holiday, from the beautiful beaches of Southern France, historical landmarks such as the Eiffel tower through to the 'razz-a-ma-tazz' of Monaco - France certainly has something for everyone! If you are not travelling as part of a package holiday you will want to find some accommodation to suit your budget - be that a backpacker's hostel or a quaint French chateau. We've listed the top providers above to help make your decisions easier.
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The Loire Valley’s Apremont is considered to be one of the most beautiful villages in all of France. This lovely little village is located in the Cher department and lies very close to the border with Burgundy. Apremont’s history is based on a number of quarries that surround the village. Locally sourced rock was used to build the village as well as the famous cathedral in Orleans. During the gap between the two world wars, Apremont began to appear the way it looks today. This is because some of the village gentlemen took it upon themselves to remove the more unattractive buildings in the village and replace them with new houses built in the traditional style.
Amboise is a lovely little town located on the banks of the Loire River. The town lies right in between Blois and Tours at the very centre of the Loire Valley’s ‘chateaux region’. Whilst the town itself is quite small it has a historical centre that is very interesting as well as a pretty open square in the centre itself. There are two extremely important regional historical monuments that must be visited. These include the Maison du Clos Lucé which is also referred to as Leonardo da Vinci’s House and the Chateau d’Amboise both of which are highly recommended.
Alsace is located in the Eastern part of France and is both beautiful and fascinating to explore. The region is home to the impressive cities of Strasbourg and Colmar and of course no visit is complete without following the Alsace wine route. There are some beautiful castles in the region that are located on hilltops, plus some quaint little villages that sit in the region’s forests and vineyards. Much of the rural area is very scenic and fortunately for tourists is also protected.