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The climate of Normandy: when to go to Normandy

Normandy, lying in the northwestern part of France, has a maritime-oceanic type of climate humid and rainy for most of the year, with a marked variability, very windy, especially along the coast, with heavy rains in every period of the ...

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The climate of Paris: when to go to Paris

The city of Paris is characterized by a climate halfway between the oceanic and continental ones. Paris generally has hot summers and cold winters with rainfall well distributed throughout the year, but overall rather scarce. The French capital usually has ...

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How to get to France. Flights to France

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO FRANCE France has international airports in many of its big cities and regional airports in almost all parts of the country. The main airport in France and among the most important airports in Europe is the ...

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France power plugs and sockets, telephones

FRANCE DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: EU-nationals to enter France just need to be in possession of an identity card or passport. Minors may enter France if they have their own passport / identity card. If you are a citizen of others countris outside ...

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The climate of France: when to go to France

France is a country that extends from 42°N of Corsica up to 51°N of the coast of the North Sea, and from sea level up to 4,810 meters high of the Mont Blanc, is also bathed by two seas, the ...

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The attractions of France: what to see in France

France is a vast state, full of attractions with very varied natural landscapes, all to be discovered. The nerve center, also from the tourist point of view, is its capital, Paris, full of museums, characteristic neighborhoods, nightlife, great opportunities for ...

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France: a country that has marked European history

France (République française/French Republic) is a semipresidential republic, where the President of the Republic is the Head of State and has also executive power, while the Parliament is divided into the National Assembly and the Senate, which exercise legislative power. ...

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