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Useful advice for travelling to France (FRA)
It is said that France is the land of love and romance. The country’s shores are washed by both the Atlantic ocean and the Mediterranean sea, and the air is filled with fresh aromas of coffee and baguettes, which beckon you to get closer and start your French adventure. The world’s most visited sightseeing object the Eiffel tower will open up a panoramic view of the whole Paris city. Visiting Nice or the host city of the annual Cannes Film Festival will help you understand the French way of living: relaxing, unhurried, and life-celebrating.
Preparing for the trip
The most important things are good mood, fitting clothes, and a photo camera. Flying to France is easy, and you will not need to worry about a visa or any compulsory vaccinations. However, you should take a first aid kit with you as a precaution.
Transportation and travel charges
The best ways to get better acquainted with France are to use trains, metro, and buses. Cities are best reached by trains. After arriving to a city, you will be probably most comfortable on a bike. Use it to visit medieval-looking villages, gothic architecture, and vineyards.
Local currency is euros, and French prices are higher than Lithuanian ones. Therefore, travellers wishing to indulge in delicacies like frog legs or snails in wine sauce will have to be ready to pay up. Sightseeing will also be pricy, but there are still many free-to-visit places in France. You can go and see the Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, the Tuileries Garden, or the Champ de Mars without having to pay. However, going to the top of the Eiffel Tower will cost you 17 euros, a visit to the Louvre Museum will cost you 15 euros, and exploring the Château de Chambord will cost 10 euros. In a local French bakery, you can buy a croissant for 2 euros, a cup of espresso for 2.60 euro, and a glass of wine for 4 to 6 euros.
Best return gifts choices
France is a country that’s famous for the Eiffel Tower, the French Revolution, the Mona Lisa, and Napoleon Bonaparte, as well as the highest quality French wine and cheese, Provence herbs, olives and olive oil, perfume and cosmetics, art masterpieces, and amazing jewellery. Watching French films under the open skies with your friends and loved ones while snacking on blue cheese and indulging in Alsace wine will be perfect activities for sharing your journey memories and return gifts from France.
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