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In order to make the most of your time while vacationing in France, you should consider picking up a cheap car rental. France is one of the world’s most beautiful and most visited countries and for good reason. The country is home to several astounding points of interests including mountainous scenery, vibrant cities and spectacular coastal vistas, the only problem most visitors encounter is deciding where to start. Regardless of your reason for visiting France- be it for business or pleasure- making reservation for your online cheap car hire France helps makes getting around smooth, easy and more comfortable for you. If you are planning to explore the magnificent Côte d’Azur or visit some of the liveliest cities in France, booking a cheap car hire offers you the chance to explore these hot spots in style and at your own convenience. Book a cheap car rental France with us and discover it all for yourself.

Officially known as the French Republic, Paris, the capital city of France, is one of the most visited travel destinations in the world, with an estimated number of over 80 million visitors annually. France is home to several incredible attractions including the Louvre, which is considered to be the world’s most visited art museum.

Geography

Located on the western region on the continent of Europe. France is bordered by Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland to the east, Italy to the South East, Belgium to the North East and Spain in the South. Mainland France is divided into 27 regions. France is also one of the largest country in Europe in terms of land area. The “DOM-TOM” (overseas departments and territories), regions of France are located outside Europe, with over 2 million inhabitants.

Language

The official language in France is French and it is also considered the second most widely spoken language in the world, after English. It is one of the romantic languages in the world today, spoken by over 300 million people (which is approximately the total population of the United States) in different parts of the world. It is majorly used as an official language for over 30 countries all around the world. French once served as the official language of England dating from 1066 to the early 15th early.

Population

65 million people call France home, of which more than 2 million people live in Paris, the capital city. The country also has over 5 million seriously handicapped people. French people are one of the largest consumers of alcohol per capita in Europe. France is also home to about 5 million foreign-born immigrants

Culture & Heritage

France is a place to find over 40,000 châteaux (castles, manors, and palaces). The Louvre, stretching at about 210,000 m² (2,260,500 sq ft), is the largest palace in the world. There are over 28 categories of sites in France on the World Heritage Site list by UNESCO including Roman sites, cathedrals and historic city. Due to the exotic attractions in the country, France attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.

Economy

France is the first producer of exotic wines and liquors as well leading producer in luxury goods such as fashion accessories, cosmetics, perfumes and haute couture. The country has the world’s third highest GDP, after Norway and Luxembourg.

Airports

Aéroport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle (airport code CDG)

Located few kilometers on the northeastern part of Paris, Charles de Gaulle Airport is one of the largest airports in Europe with three terminals. The airport is used by domestic and international airlines. It is a major gateway into France for international travels from several destinations across the world. Charles de Gaulle is served by Air France, the national airline of France, and other major airlines. Travelers can easily get to their final destination from the airport by taxi, bus or commuter trains. The airport serves millions of both domestic travelers and international travelers annually. Charles de Gaulle Airport is one of the best airports used by travelers flying from France to other European destinations.

 

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