France a day trip from the UK in distance is a popular retreat and holiday destination for many British holiday makers.
France has much to offer, being a big country with many scenic combinations. The main regions are the Paris Basin and the Loire Valley, Armorica (Brittany & Normandy), the Rhone-Saone Corridor, the Midi Mediterrainean Coast, the Alsace-Lorraine and the French Alps and Pyrenees. The holiday seeker in France has many destination options indeed as the country offers snow-capped peaks to clear, cool lakes, flower-decked meadows and refreshing mountain streams to enjoy.. Interesting towns and villages to see, fine wine and superb cuisine and warm relaxing ambience will make France an un-forgetable experience. Tignes in the French Savoie, an alpine activity haven, has something for everyone. The beautiful and majestic peaks of the Savoie Alps dominate the area around Tignes, situated high in the Tarentaise valley on the edge of the Vanoise national park. The natural setting of the resort makes it an ideal location for those seeking a holiday combining fantastic scenery and a vast choice of activities and mountain trails. One of Europe's most celebrated regions Chamonix and Argentiere has much to offer. An absolute spectecular setting with views up to Mont Blanc, the shimmering Glacier des Bossons and Aiguilles Rouges. Go and take a trip with a cable car to the Aigulles du Midi. At 12000 feet one can enjoy panoramic views of the French, Italian and Swiss Alps.
Paris and the Eifel tower an journey over 2 1/2 hours away from Central London by Eurostar one of Europe's fastest trains. There is so much to see in Paris, pavement artists work in Montmartres, cruises down the majestic Seine under famous bridges, visit the Bohemian restaurants in the Latin Quarter or promenade along the Champs Elysees at dusk. And how about visiting a dazzle cabaret show at the Moulin Rouge.. Paris has something to suit everyone.