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Tourism in France

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Chateau of Josselin, in Brittany, France.
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France is one of the "classics among tourist countries". It offers mountain ranges, coastlines[?] like in Brittany or along the Mediterranean Sea, cities with a rich cultural heritage, châteaux and castles like Versailles, countryside, vineyards in Burgundy and the metropolis of Paris with the Louvre, boulevards, the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and cathedral of Notre-Dame.

In the eastern parts of France there are famous skiing resorts in the Alps. Other famous cities are Avignon with the old pope's palace, Arles, Aix-en-Provence, Marseille, Nice, Orleans on the Loire River, Strasbourg on the border to Germany or Lyon.

France is easy to discover by train. It offers a high-speed train service called TGV (train à grande vitesse) as well as regional service, both operated by the SNCF.

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