Paris might just be the heartbeat of France, and it’s certainly the epicentre of art and culture. It’s true, holidays in France wouldn’t be complete without a trip to La Tour Eiffel, Musee du Louvre and Arc de Triomphe. And when it comes to shopping in fair Paris, let’s just say you should bring a backup credit card…because the first one is gonna run out of juice about halfway down the Champs-Élysées. Don’t get us wrong, you can never really tire of Paris. But tearing yourself away from the city to explore other French destinations is a decision you’ll thank yourself for later (self high-five, anyone?).
French architecture is something of its own art form. Grab one of our Paris car hire deals and set your sights on places like Château de Chambord in Blésois and the Cathedrale de Chartres in (you guessed it) the city of Chartres. Just do us one favour, will you? Put down your smartphone and take in some these meticulously-crafted buildings with thine own eyes from time to time. Naturally, a visit to the piece de resistance of French architecture is always in order: the ever-opulent Palace of Versailles. If you’re looking for a quiet retreat, head to the colourful town of Colmar in the northeast or stay in a B&B in Lower Normandy. Hey, if you happen to stop off in the Champagne or Bordeaux regions for a wine tasting…all the better.
The shopping in France is the stuff of a spendthrift’s dreams. Show up to Paris with two suitcases and you’ll be leaving with at least three (don’t worry, they sell those too). Beyond the famed Champs-Élysées, you’ll find spectacular shopping along Boulevard Haussmann, Rue de Rivoli, and in the flea markets of Paris and Lille.
Food is practically a religion in France. Holidays are meant for fresh baguettes, late dinners and the finest coffee to ever pass your lips. Start your day with warm crepes, dine at a family-owned bistro for lunch and cap off your day’s gastronomy with a boeuf bourguignon that makes you cry. When the chocolate soufflé comes out, well, you may just have an out-of-body experience.
Wander through the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain, and guess what? Your France holiday just got kicked up a major notch. As in, you’re not going to bed until dawn. If you put on your skimpy swimwear and head to the French Riviera, casino bars and dance clubs make it easy to greet the sun as well.
Book your cheap Paris holiday package today and all that’s left to do is practice asking for more fresh brie in the native tongue. Fair warning: Once you’ve encountered the City of Lights and rolling hills of the French countryside, you may never want to go home!
17 Jul. - 18 Jul.
Near airport but food disappointing, lacking staff, TV had to be adjusted, NEED a gym on site! Where’s the friendliness? Not like two years ago.
27 Jul. - 28 Jul.
Clean and convenient for the parks. Beds were very uncomfortable, food was awful, wifi was non-existent.
15 Jul. - 16 Jul.
Booked a weekend here and due to a perforated ear drum i couldnt make it to paris, i called up and cancelled the room, i was happy to pay the amount for the 2 nights, but they also charged me 233€ for not being able to come. The customer service was a disgrace and the person I spoke to on the phone ...
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