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France

France
Come fly Austrian Airlines to France and be prepared to eat and drink your way through the most beautiful country. Paris is the bustling capital city, with the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, Notre Dame and the famous wide boulevard known as the Champs de Elysee. Stop into any brasserie or cafe as you stroll around. Outside of Paris, the many regions of France offer a variety of geography and of course, many varieties of wine. Travel south to the Cote d'Azur, Saint Tropez or Nice, and mingle with the Jet Set. Make your way through the Dordogne, with its rocky canyons and little towns. Head north from Paris to the great windswept beaches of Normandy, englufed in their great history or the great chateaus of the Loire Valley. Whether you visit the big cities or the country villages, your trip to France will leave you the most satisfied.

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Worth knowing

Airport
  • Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG): The airport is located 23 km (14 miles) northeast of Paris.
  • Address: 95700 Roissy-en-France, France
  • Telephone: +33 (01) 4862 2280
  • Airport Paris


Where to shop in France

Where to shop in France
Yukiko Paris
Paris fashion just as you imagined it: fur doesn't even appear to be too extravagant here, just simply elegant. And that pulls in the celebrities and fashionistas in droves. This charming shop is modelled on an elegant bedroom and possesses beauties from the likes of Hermes Seidenschal, Chanel and Christian Dior. The sortiment here is completed with pieces from the owners own collection. Yukikos fashion is very feminine, with the dominating materials being fur and silk. This store is an absolute hotspot in the scene with the models in the showroom and the nearby café setting the perfect ambience.
L'Eclaireur
Nose

Where to stay in France

Where to stay in France
Hotel Eldorado
Is a hotel just for tourists? Not necessarily. The small and chamrming Hotel Eldorado, with an attached bistro is loved by Parisians, for good reason! The green inner courtyard is so appealing and inviting that you never want to leave, and the location is very quiet and peaceful, which makes the Eldorado the ideal place to stay, eat and feel good! The rooms are charming, even if they are simply furnished. But be warned, some rooms do not feature their own bathroom! But the prices here are very modest for Paris standards. Double rooms are available from 50 euros per night.
Duo
Chez Bertrand

Where to eat in France

Where to eat in France
Kristallwelten
The crystal room in the Baccarat building is simply breathtaking and the waiting list is as long as the grandiose dining table from Phillipe Starck. The villa in which the restaurant is found belongs to a certain Madame de Noailles, who is close friends with Luis Bunuel and also a heiress of Marquis de Sade. The chandeliers are the only thing here to remind guests of yesteryear. Otherwise, modern designers such as Yves Savinel and Gilles Rozé have been allowed to take the restaurant design in new directions. The décor, which is composed mainly of mirrors and glass, provides a perfect playground for incidental light. However, this restaurant doesn't just rely on the laurels of the designers, but boasts a fantastic menu from the kitchen-god Guy Martin.
Kong
Chartier

What to see in France

What to see in France
Jardin Luxembourg
In this park you can almost forget you are in the city. Maria die Medici founded the park as she retreated to her country manor following the death of her husband, Heinrich IV, in 1611. Today, it is just as loved by tourists as it is by the Parisians. The public here are very peaceful and take pleasure in the many forms of recreation here, tennis courts, carousels, puppet theaters, chess boards and pétanque pitches. For children and children at heart, the highlight of the park is the lake, where small paddleboats are available for rent. Paris is so romantic, especially here. It's as romantic as it was in the old days, and almost as peaceful, too.
Montmartre
Louvre

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