France

From world-class art at Paris's Louvre to Brittany’s windswept sandy beaches, France is a feast for the senses. Medieval history comes alive along Strasbourg’s cobblestoned lanes, while sporty types head to Chamonix for skiing. Lavender-hued Provence was Cézanne’s inspiration, and in Amiens, the bells ring out from its gothic cathedral.



Flights to France

DestinationPrices from
Nice£68 andata e ritorno
Bordeaux£76 andata e ritorno
Paris£89 andata e ritorno
Lyon£93 andata e ritorno
Toulouse£110 andata e ritorno
Marseille£121 andata e ritorno
Angers£122 andata e ritorno
Quimper£124 andata e ritorno
Chambery£139 andata e ritorno

Holidays in France

DestinationPrices from
NiceVolo + 2 pernottamenti hotel£105 per persona
ParisVolo + 2 pernottamenti hotel£135 per persona
ToulouseVolo + 2 pernottamenti hotel£153 per persona
MarseilleVolo + 2 pernottamenti hotel£161 per persona

Romantic getaways in France

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Paris is romance; from gazing wistfully at Rodin’s marble sculpture The Kiss, to hand-in-hand walks up to multi-domed Sacré Coeur basilica. In Lyon, lose yourself in traboules alleyways in the silk-workers' old quarter. For isolated bliss, wander through Provence’s olive groves and dine in Les Baux’s romantic restaurants.

Family holidays in France

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At larger-than-life Disneyland Paris, the kids will love dressing up as a fairytale princess or swashbuckling pirate, then saying hi to Mickey and Goofy. Try your hand at water sports, or let the kids loose at play areas on Marseille’s shingle beaches. In pink-hued Toulouse, step into the future at the interactive Cité de l'espace to see the Mir Space Station.

Things to do in France

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In Toulouse, enter through the pink marble columns to watch opera at 19th-century Théâtre du Capitole. Wander around Marseille’s Italianate Old Port to hear live world music, or to sip on a post-dinner pastis. Nice's glamorous beaches are perfect for a promenade to people-watch. For glittery Paris nightlife, catch a cabaret show in Pigalle to relive the 1920s.