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Weekend Breaks to France

Weekend breaks to Paris are of course the most popular destination, yet there are so many other places you could go and see in France.

Have you ever thought about a weekend break in France visiting the famous Christmas markets in the Alsace region where you can experience the mulled wine and the seasons festivities.

Weekend Breaks to France

Although Paris is ideal for a weekend break as there is so much to see and do, but what about a short stay in a hotel on the Cote d'Azur which is a great way of experiencing the sumptuous French food and wine, along with the glitz and glamour of this extraordinary region. 

What about Nice, there are museums, a flower market with stalls selling nick-knacks, a beautiful palm tree lined promenade that stretches the length of Nice's waterfront, and for the more energetic you can even go scuba diving in the crystal clear waters.

Honeymoons in Cannes have become increasingly popular and the luxury hotels in Cannes certainly keep their promise of 5 star luxury.

On throwing open the doors for the very first time in 1912, the proprietor of the hotel Carlton InterContinental in Cannes would probably never have foreseen that it would become the favourite haunt of film stars and celebrities the world over, and is now firmly established as the "in" place.

The La Croisette promenade, the Palais des Festivals, the Casino, and all the different leisure activities on offer, plus being close to the famous Provencal villages of Saint Paul de Vence and Gourdon, Cannes is a great place for a very memorable weekend break.

But maybe you would rather visit one of France's famous theme parks like Disneyland Paris, or what about Parc Asterix, both of which are close to Paris, or perhaps you would rather go to Poitiers and visit Futurescope for your weekend break.

The choice is yours and the options are limitless.

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