Ferries, Eurostar and budget flights. These days it couldn't be easier to hop across the channel to France. Car hire is by far the best way to get around, so book low-cost car hire in France today. All you need now is a map.
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You cannot come to France and not fall in love. The cities, the food, the art, they make you do it.
When the French talk about love they mean it in its broadest sense. It's not only the kind you have for your partner or your friends, but the sort of gooey appreciation you have for a warm breakfast croissant, a sunset, a scenic drive or collection of art. If you go to France as a romantic cynic, you will not leave as one.
In the cities, be cultured and look good while you're at it. But, if you're taking the hire car out to the countryside, expect the vibe to be traditional and rustic. Roll up your sleeves and get involved. You want an apple from that tree? Pick it yourself.
The French are a passionate bunch. Expect animated discussions and heated debate, but don't worry, they are far too refined to let it spill over into fisticuffs.
Their weather is a bit like ours, only better. Temperatures are generally hotter in the summer and the south, rainy and cooler to the north with a mixture in between. Take sunblock and an umbrella.
Duck's leg, or Confit de Canard is a classic French dish. Salt cured and then cooked in its own fat, this duck dish is rich and delicious. Not only is it widely available on restaurant menus, but it's also available in cans from the supermarket. Stock up and bring plenty home, it's expensive here.
Club DJ, David Guetta, Manchester City mid-fielder, Samir Nasri and chef, Jean-Christophe Novelli all come from France.
Victor Hugo, the most well-known French writer and poet of the Romantic era has a street named after him in every city in France.
French culture offers never-ending possibilities to fill any stay in France
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Near, naughty and nice. The Cote d'Azur is only two hours by plane from the UK. Hire a car and explore the South of France at your own pace.Climb the steps of the castle for an aerial shot of the city. It's pretty impressive.Want to feel the sand between your toes? Take the car down to St Tropez. Don't forget the sun lotion.
Don't stop for someone waiting at a zebra crossing. You'll get fined.
Brits love Paris - it is the city of love after all. The Eiffel Tower, Mona Lisa, Champs Elysees and Notre Dame. Get a hire car and explore all that Paris has to offer.The Arc de Triomphe is a must. Be patient, it's the world's largest roundabout.Head to the Louvre and take in some art. Even if you're not that into art, it's definitely worth a visit.
It's best to leave your hire car in a car park than on the roads. It may not be in one piece when you get back.
Castles, cathedrals and forests - you'll feel like you're in a fairytale. Hire a car, not a horse though - it's faster.Take a drive to the Cathedral. It's ridiculously tall and apparently haunted. Climb the spiral staircase to the top and you'll see the entire city. Need more of a thrill? Europa Park has thrills and spills for all the family. It's only an hour's drive from Strasbourg.
A sign on the right pointing left means go straight ahead. A sign on the right pointing right means turn right immediately.
Toulouse - a great place to hire a car and explore south west France. Take the car to Carcassonne. A medieval castle dominates the Old City. Leave your car in the lower city and tackle the castle on foot. The Pyrenees is only a short drive south of Toulouse. Swap your hire car for some walking boots, a bike or a set of skis. The choice is yours.
Leave your car at a metro station out of the city centre, then head downtown on foot.
Marseille. A rich, historical port in southern France. It's also the perfect base to hire a car and discover the region on Provence.Drive down to the Old Harbour and catch a boat out to Chateau d'If. The Count of Monte Cristo stayed in the prison for 12 years, give it an hour before you catch the boat back.It's a fair old drive but the Pont du Gard is well worth it. You can even go for a swim beneath the arches.
A new tramway system in the city centre could mean your Sat Nav will be out of date.
No, not the TV programme. Bergerac is a town in the Dordognes. Hire a car and get lost. It's the best way to explore the region.Like caves? You'll love the Font-de-Gaume. It's about a 30-minute drive from Bergerac.Prefer to stay above ground? The Chateau de Bonaguil is only a short drive. Try and catch the free firework display in summer.
Don't cross a solid white line. You'll be hit with an 'on-the-spot' fine.
Corsica. It's not all about the beach. Hire a car - it's the best way to explore the island. Just don't forget the map.History your thing? It's a short drive up to the Bonifacio Citadel. Watch your step it's a sheer drop down.Corsica's main beaches will be packed. Take the hire car for a spin and discover hidden bays instead.
A smaller car will handle the narrow, mountainous roads better than a larger model.
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