Visitors to France inevitably find an exceptional range of attractions and things to do here.Paris is normally at the top of most itineraries, but Lyon, Nice, Cannes, the villages of Provence and the French Alps also figure prominently. Disneyland The world of Disney is alive and well in a suburb of Paris.The favourites have been re-created here, including the Arabian Nights, numerous fairy tales, Pirates of the Caribbean and Treasure Island.
The festivities fill the area from the centre of Nice at the Place Massena to the Promenade des Anglais, running parallel to the beach.
This is the perfect time for a break from the winter in northern Europe and the UK, as temperatures are usually quite mild here in February. Chartres Cathedral This cathedral, officially known as the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres, is one of the country’s finest examples of Gothic religious architecture, and is located in the city of Chartres, approximately 100km south of Paris.
The cathedral is considered to be the best-preserved medieval religious structure in Europe.
Dating from the 12th century, its design reflects the work of numerous architects – and artisans - over a period of several hundred years.
The result is an exterior comprising both Gothic and Romanesque aspects.
The cloth said to have been worn by the Virgin Mary when she gave birth to Christ is enshrined here. Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) is located 23kms northeast of the city.As the major international long-haul facility service Paris, the amenities available to travellers are comprehensive.Kids interesting in space travel will be thrilled by Visionarium, where they can experience an extraordinary journey into space – on Star Wars-like shuttles.The park is located just 32km from Paris off the A4 motorway. Nice Carnaval: one of the most popular Carnaval celebrations in Europe, the Nice event has been running for more than 120 years.A combination of parades, performances and food events fills the days and evenings.Visitors from all over the world come to enjoy the street performers, vendors and the tantalising aroma of Niçoise cuisine.