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    Bonifacio is a small town located at the southern tip of Corsica Island in France. The Island is situated on the Mediterranean Sea and the Strait of B...
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    Are you planning a holiday to some small peaceful island where you can rejuvenate, away from the hustle-bustle of the city life? Then visit Cargese, a...
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    Campomoro is located around 17km southwest from the town of Propriano and is a pleasant seaside village. The chief attraction of Campomoro is the 2km ...
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    Ajaccio is a small town located on the western coast of Corsica Island, i.e. 390 km from Marseille. It is the capital of Corsica, a small island in th...
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    Propriano is a small port located on Valinco Gulf in the island of Corsica, France. It is just one kilometer away from the Plage de Baracci. The natur...
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    Bastia is a small town situated at northern Corsica in France. Bastia is an important port of Corsican. The chief attraction of Bastia is its beaches,...
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    Downhill skiing in the fantastic Bareges-La Mongie ski area (Tourmalet Resort) of the French Pyrenees. Beautiful unspoilt scenery and miles of uncrowd...
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    In the foothills of the Pyrenees in medieval times, the locals were well organised in greeting the pilgrims who had made the dangerous crossing from F...
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    Much of the coast of the Golfe de Porto-Vecchio and its environs is characterized by ugly development and hectares of swampland, yet some of the clear...
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    Lyon, also known as Liyon in Arpetan, is a city in east-central France in the region Rhône-Alpes. Lyon is the second-largest French urban area, the f...
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    √ Ampitheatre Gallo Romain : - On top of Fourvière, this hilltop amphitheatre was constructed during the reign of the Roman Emperor, Tiberiu...
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    By Plane The main airport in Lyon is the Saint-Exupéry International Airport and is located in the east part of the city, 25kms (15.5 miles) away an...
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    Lyon's climate is temperate and sunny. The average annual temperature is 52°F (11°C), with an average of 2,000 hours of sunshine per year. The hotte...
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    approximately 366 square miles / 950 square kilometres
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    approximately 480,000
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    roughly 55% Catholic, remainder includes Protestants, Muslims and French Jews
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    Lille is a city in northern France. It is the principal city of the Lille Métropole, the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the country behind those...
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    √ Musee des Beaux-Arts : - It's one of the finest museums in France, displaying a rich collection of 15th through 20th century paintings. Pop...
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    Lille has a reliable and efficient public transport network comprising buses as well as trams and most impressively one of the world’s first driverl...
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    Many of Lille's restaurants specialize in Flemish comfort food including Carbonnade (beef and beer stew) and waterzoï (fish or poultry casserole). Fl...
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    Bordeaux is a port city located on the western Atlantic coast of France. It is the capital of the Aquitaine region and its inhabitants are called Bord...
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    Easily one of France’s most beautiful and interesting cities, Bordeaux’s has numerous hangouts for tourists and locals. Some of them are : Bordea...
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    Bordeaux has a sparkling, effervescent, entrancing and enlivening nightlife. If you’re looking for some action after a tired day then visit the nigh...
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    Bordeaux provides you bouquet of options for shopping. In the heart of Bordeaux lies Rue Sainte-Catherine which is the only shopping street for pedest...
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    The city has a well developed transportation system so as to ease commutation. The trams allow you to travel anywhere around the city without costing ...
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    You can reach Bordeaux in just three hours from Paris if you take the TGV (speed train). Even Spain is only two hours away from Bordeaux. It takes thr...
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    The food in Bordeaux is divine and perfect when paired with the fabulous Bordeaux wines. Bordeaux offers simple, luscious, lively and lovely dining ex...
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    Approximately 405 square miles / 1,050 square kilometres
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    approximately 230,000
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    January temperature: 11°C / 52°F July temperature: 27°C / 81°F
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    mainly Catholic, with remainder including Protestants and Muslims
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    Cannes is the gateway to the world of beauty and glamour. Located in the pleasing Cote d'Azur region, Cannes is one of the most beautiful cities of Fr...
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    Being a premier holiday destination in France, Cannes offers endless choice of tourist attractions to its visitors : La Croisette : - is a twelve k...
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    Here tourists take pleasure in several nautical activities, wind surfing, floating, rope-tying and much more. Cannes offers a lot to its visitors a...
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    approximately 8 square miles / 20 square kilometers
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    approximately 70,000
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    January temperature: 12°C / 54°F July temperature: 27°C / 81°F
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    Cannes is the perfect place for gastronomic delights. You can satisfy your taste buds while relishing the food with you dear ones. La Croisette has de...
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    Cannes gives you a unique shopping pleasure that you will never forget. Most of the shops in Cannes are concentrated between La Croisette and Rue d...
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    Cannes is a major tourist destination of France and so reaching Cannes is not a problem at all. Most convenient option is to reach Cannes by flight as...
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    Cannes scores high on exciting nightlife too. The main focus is on the Cote d'Azur, a casino. The streets buzz at night, particularly around La Croise...
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    Dijon has an exceptional architectural heritage, one of the first sectors safeguarded in France. The city is half modern, half medieval, with soaring ...
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    Dijon has an array of cultural and artistic scenes for its visitors. There are several museums in Dijon that will surely grip your interest like the M...
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    By bus Getting Dijon by Bus is easy to reach Dijon, it's between Paris and Lyon, 312 kms from Paris and 320kms northeast of Lyon, you can take the A...
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    When in France, then you shouldn’t miss wine. France is heaven for wine lovers as you will find the finest quality of wine here. You must head to Co...
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    Marseille, known as Massalia in earlier times, is the second largest city of France. After Paris and Lyon, Marseille forms the third largest metropoli...
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    A mix of cosmopolitan and a wide variety of cultural and historic attractions make Marseille a charming tourist destination. Many of the tourist attra...
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    → Exhibition and Events (Galerie Horizon) : - Galerie Horizon is an arts venue, situated on the Corniche, prized by enthusiasts of contempora...
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    By Air Marseille Provence International Airport receives flights from more than 80 different destinations from all over the world. The airport is loc...
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    Capital of Provence, Marseille luxuriates in the fine climate hot sun adds life to the olive and the vine. Summer heat is mitigated by sea breezes....
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    Montpellier really is special. Broad boulevards lined with shady plane trees, a huge car-free central square laid out in the 1700s surrounded by elega...
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    √ Musee Fabre : - On the west side of Montpellier Old Town, stands the Musée Fabre which showcases a picture gallery consisting of works by...
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    Montpellier range from 4.05 to 29.8 (Celcius).
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    he restaurants in our region offer courses that smell of sun and the "garrigue" : the Languedoc bouillabaisse, "supion"-, cuttle-fish- or squid-based ...
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    approximately 22 square miles / 57 square kilometres
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    approximately 250,000
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    Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region of France and is most widely known for hosting a number of important European institutions. It is also ...
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    ♥ Cathedral of Notre-Dame The Cathedral of Notre-Dame was built on the foundations of an Early Romanesque church which begun in 1015. It has...
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    By plane The main Airport is located in the southwest part of the city, receives domestic and international flights daily one of the main destinati...
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    Paris is the capital city of France and is located in Île-de-France region, on the Seine river, with an estimated population of 2,153,600 inhabitants...
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    Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame, Louvre, Pompidou Centre, Musée d'Orsay, Jardin des Plantes, Les Invalides, Arc de Triomphe, Musée National Picasso, Musé...
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    Summer temperatures are mild to warm, with occasional heat waves, while winters are very chilly with temperatures hovering around freezing point.
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    GMT (GMT +1 between the last Sunday in March and the last Sunday in October).
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    Temperatures in Birmingham range from 1.1 to 22.0 (Celcius)
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    Each district has its own special features, and the variety of shops is enough to satisfy every budget and every desire. ♦ With its narrow, ...
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    → AirLille Lesquin International Airport is 15 minutes from the city centre and is the twelfth most frequented French airport as far as passe...
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    The enchanting natural landscape and perfect climate of Bordeaux provides an excellent opportunity to enjoy a wide selection of active outdoor activit...
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    Buses are the chief form of public transport available in Cannes and a number of companies provide transit services. Taxis are also available for c...
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    If you get drained of all the energy while touring the city then rejuvenate your senses with the soft music. There are variety of musical shows and co...
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    Apart from boutique and antique shopping, Maille Mustard Store is a “must-visit” venue for those interested in souvenirs of the 18th century. Here...
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    There are so many things to do in Dijon that might surprise you. Those interested in outdoor nature will have a reason to smile as they will find a va...
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    → Dijon has an excellent transportation system. Take pleasure in riding on fast trains, new trains, busses etc to get to your destination that to...
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    The best way to get to Dijon from other French destinations is by TGV high-speed train. The journey takes only 90 minutes from Paris and no more than ...
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    ♦ NightlifeMarseille has a rocking nightlife with numerous clubs, bars, discos, cafes etc. Live music is found in most of the nightspots be i...
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    There are numerous restaurants in Marseille. From traditional Provencal to exotic cuisine, everyone will find their choice of cuisine in this Phocean ...
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    For Arts and Antiques : - Antiques from around Provence are sold at Antiquités François-Décamp and there are various other art galleries as well.Fa...
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    The two favorable activities in Marseille include : Snorkelling and Scuba Diving : - These can be done at Centre de Plongee Archipel.Golf : - Golf de...
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    → Metro : - Marseille’s subway system is very simple and east to navigate. The metro system is integrated with the city’s bus system and ...
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    √ Train : - TGVs (Train de Grand Vitesse) make the journey from Paris in more or less three hours, and go directly to Gare SNCF St-Charles on...
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    Place de la Comedie : - Situated between the train station, the historic city center and the Polygone shopping center, this immense, pedestrianized sq...
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    → Museums & GalleriesCulture lovers will enjoy the city's wealth of art, in particular the fine collection of European paintings on show in t...
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    There are a variety of restaurants in Montpellier which offer a variety of food stuff. Some of these restaurants include : ♦ Bains(Les) : - ...
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    Shopping in Montpellier is divided into three main areas : ◊ The boutiques dotted throughout the back streets of the city. ◊ The...
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    √ Take a walk on the Esplanade one day when the weather is nice. Lined with trees, benches, a couple of outdoor restaurants, and often the te...
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    √ Bikes : - Bikes can be hired to travel around the city and visit different places. √ Bus : - Montpellier has a comprehensive pu...
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    → Air : - Montpellier's airport is only 8km southeast of the town. Air France flies at least four times daily to Paris (Orly and Roissy). Rya...
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    → Ill River One of the most romantic ways to explore Strasbourg is by taking a boat along this river from the Rohan Palace. The views from t...
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    Strasbourg overflows with antiques shops, artisans, craftspeople, and beer makers. So, people interested to shop in the following areas, have a lot in...
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    Aiguille de Chambeyron is a fine peak in Haute-Ubaye (an exceptionally sunny area, as well as nearby Queyras) near the France-Italy border. Between...
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    Bareges is a picturesque town in the Hautes-Pyrenees district of south-western France. The town offers beautiful views of the neighbouring mountains a...
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    Important and imposing mountain, it is the highest summit along the border ridge that goes from the sea to Colle della Seigne. Highest mountain of the...
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    The Aiguille du Chardonnet is a close neighbour of Mont Blanc on the south east side of the Chamonix valley. Looking south from the neighbouring Aigui...
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    Bareges is a small town in the Hautes-Pyrnes region of south-western France. The town offers scenic views of the surrounding mountains and has various...
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    Standing against the backdrop of the Aiguille Verte, the summits of Les Drus are the most impressive of all the rock spires visible from Chamonix. The...
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    An important secondary peak of the Aiguille Verte (4122m) with an impressive North face (from side of Nant Blanc glacier). The summit is rarely climbe...
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    Morzine's winter reputation is now firmly established, but if you have never considered the Alps as a summer holiday destination,then welcome to a who...
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    Aiguille Verte, meaning Green Needle, is a an elegant, slender peak contrasting magnificently with its neighboring peaks, the bulky ice mass of Mont B...
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    Pyrenees are a very beautiful range of mountains located in Southwest France and form a natural border between Spain and France. The Pyrenees Mountain...
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    The Gavarnie Falls, also known as Grande Cascade de Gavarnie, is a tiered waterfall and ranks with its overall drop of 422 m as the tallest waterfall ...
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    From the west side it is a steep scramble for the last 200-300 metres with fixed chains. Astonishingly there is a small 'buvette' (caf)
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    The chalet is available for self catering groups in the summer. It is in the heart of the trekking paths, and you literally can walk straight out of t...
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    Ecrins is the highest peak of the Dauphin
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    Highest mountain in the Vosges. As its same suggests, it's pretty round. From the top, you can see the small Ballon, Ballon d'Alsace and the Storkekop...
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    Grand Veymont is the highest peak of Vercors range in Dauphine Alps.The massif is known of a huge plateau situated ca. 1000-1500 metres above sea leve...
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    Highest peak in the Vanoise. Route from the Refuge de la Vanoise follows the steep and dangerous Glacier des Grands Couloirs - big holes, falling rock...
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    One of the easiest peaks of this part of the French Alps. Provides marvelous views of the two major peaks of the Haut Dauphine (Barre des Ecrins and M...
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    Grandes Jorasses is a spectacular peak, located on the east ridge of the Mont Blanc Massif. The peak is a sheer rock wall on both its north and south ...
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    Highest hill above the Munster valley and second highest in Vosges. Its a rounded peak and its upper slopes and cone are treeless. Parts of the north ...
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    Noble rock and ice barrier at the southern limits of the Dauphine Alps. From Pilatte refuge ascend Pilatte glacier to the col de Bans (3 hours); serio...
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    One of the highest mountains in the Monviso-Gran aradiso section of the Alps, and and one of the most recognizable peaks from Turin, the Levanna Orien...
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    The Meije comprises towering spires of rock which demand mountaineering experience to safely climb it. Climbing the summit and then traversing the rid...
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    A rocky pyramid placed between France and the spanish provinces of Navarra and Huesca. The easiest route climbs from Linza (Huesca) and does not pose ...
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    Mont Aiguille is a giant rock structure, with vertical walls and a flat top. It is located just 36 miles southwest of the town of Grenoble. It is best...
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    The summit of Mont Blanc is a glistening white dome that fills the sky. It is the highest and hugest summit in the Alps. The elevation difference from...
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    Mont Dore is the highest peak in central France The Dordogne river rises near the Mont Dore. The hiking is at about the same elevation as in the White...
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    The Mont Guillaume is not the highest of the southern range in Parc National des Ecrins, but with the height of 2542 meters it's the first mountain no...
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    Mont Maudit is a high, sharp, ice-clad pinnacle, the halfway point on the long trek to Mont Blanc (15,771 ft.) from Chamonix by the Northeast Ridge. M...
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    Mont mezenc is the highest point of the volcanic plateau. From the top, you can see from Mont Ventoux to the Mont Blanc, about 350 km long range. It i...
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    Mont Pelat is in the Mercantour National Park. It has a small rocky summit with good views across to Mont Blanc on a clear day. In early summer there ...
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    A peak offering a variety of snow/ice routes of varying difficulty, from French grades PD+ to D. The normal route is a varied and beautiful climb up t...
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    The highest mountain of the environment. You can climb it in one day (8 hours to the summit), but is nicer to do it in 2 days (via refuge du Mont Thab...
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    Imagine ... waking up in your apartment, on a marina, in the south of France. It's hot and there are palm trees and boats everywhere. Breakfast is cro...
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