France Tour and Holiday Packages

France is a secular country that respects freedom of thought and religion. Christianity is the largest religion in France. France had an important role in fashion, cuisine, cinema, literature, technology, architecture, social science, and mathematics. The French believe in equality, liberty, and fraternity. France has a temperate climate with regional differences. France experiences cold winters and mild summers except for mild winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean. Sea fog and fine rain are regular in climate. France records an average winter temperature from 32° F to 46° F, and average summer temperatures from 61° F(16°C) to 75° F(24°C). The southern part is the warmest with sunshine.

France Travel Packages

France Attractions

Sacré Coeur


The Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre, also known as Sacré Coeur, is a Roman Catholic churc...
Palace of Versailles


Palace of Versailles is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Paris where one always likes...
Eiffel Tower


Eiffel Tower is a wrought-iron tower situated in Paris. It is one of the most popular tourist destin...
Notre Dame de Paris

Notre Dame De Paris is a stunning Catholic Cathedral that is known not only in Paris but all over th...

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France is a safe destination. Violent crimes are rare. It will help if you exercise caution in large cities and popular tourist destinations. Tourists attract a lot of pickpockets at popular tourist sites and public transportation. Be aware of your surroundings. France is safe for solo female travelers. Scammers may target you if you look like a tourist.
If you are thinking to visit France, then the top places which you can not afford to lose in France are Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, Palace of Versailles and Sacré-Cœur.
Regional RER train is a cheap public transport option from the airport to central Paris. It takes only 50 minutes to reach the city center. You can buy multi-user Paris Metro/RER passes online in advance. Single-use RER tickets, you have to buy from ticket windows, offices, and vending machines.
You can avail of train, bus, or taxi to transfer from Charles de Gaulle airport(CDG) to the city center of Paris. Taxi is a better option with a fixed charge to Paris city. Go to the taxi pickup zone from arrival terminals. While going to the airport, it is best to catch a taxi from Gare du Nord or Gare de l'Est because overall fare will generally be cheaper from these points. Uber is also available. Roissybus or Air France Bus is useful when you are traveling areas near the Arc de Triomphe, the Opera area, Montparnasse Tower, or Gare de Lyon.
When traveling alone, avoid areas around metro Les Halles, Chatelet, Gare du Nord, Stalingrad, and Jaures late at night. These areas are generally safe but are notorious for gang activities and hate crimes. Just do not use bad words for them. The French are offended by negative comments about their nation and government. Don't start eating before the host says 'bon appetit' in a French household because it is considered bad.
A street vendor ties a string/bracelet tightly around your wrist so that you cannot move. Now, they demand money for the bracelet, and their partner may pick your pocket. If you are going to visit Eiffel Tower, Sacre Coeur, Montmartre, Parc du Champ de Mars and Dali Paris in France, consider exercising some precautions for safety. Don't accept any offering from local street seller if you don't want it. If the seller is not taking back his item regardless of your saying no several times, drop it on the ground and go away. Don't think that you are doing wrong. You did right because they are scammers roaming in tourist places to attack them.
A person pretends to get a gold ring on the street and ask you if it is yours. When you say no, they try to sell it to you at an exorbitant price. You end up paying for a worthless piece of brass. They also tell a sob story of poverty and ask for money.
The best time to visit France is in the Spring season (March-May) which starts chilly with12°C in March. The weather warms up to 20°C by May. Nights remain cold with light showers. It is suitable for exploring gardens and parks.
Flight Reservations copy, Travel insurance policy photocopy, Passport, passport-size photograph, Accommodation proof, Proof of sufficient funds, Proof of invite from the invitee are the important documents you should never forget to take to France.
Take the following precautions about photographs for a Schengen visa to avoid rejection The photograph background should be plain and neutral. It should not be older than the last six months of your visa application. It should be 35-40mm wide with the applicant’s face taking up 70-80% of the frame It must be printed on high-quality paper without creases or marks on it The applicant should be looking directly into the camera with both eyes open, hair pulled back and a neutral expression Both ears and the full face should be clearly visible from the forehead to the chin. Choose a light frame of spectacles that do not cover your eyes without a tint. Headgear is allowed only for religious reasons. This headgear should not have any shadows on your face and not cover your forehead or your chin Children's photographs should not have anyone else in the frame.