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The tough advisor to Provence & the Côte D’Azur is your definitive guide to at least one of France’s so much attractive areas. From the bustling Vieux Port of Marseille and the shorelines of St Tropez to the distant mountains of Haute-Provence, the full-colour part introduces the areas highlights. for each city and village, there are complete and sincere studies of all of the most sensible areas to consume, drink and remain to fit each price range. Unwind at the off-shore islands, realize the wild costal stretches, and lose your self within the sloping vineyards, built with all of the easy recommend you may want. The advisor additionally takes a close examine the region’s historical past, tradition, literature and gala's and springs whole with maps and plans for each region.

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Variable reductions on ticket prices are available if you buy from three months to two weeks in advance, and last-minute offers on the Voyages SNCF website the week before you travel often include reductions of 50 percent. In addition, Découverte à Deux tariffs produce 25 percent reductions for two or more people travelling together, provided they stay a minimum of one night away; Découverte Séjour fares offer the same discount for single travellers, provided they travel a minimum of 200km and that their stay includes a Saturday night.

Com). Normally, to stay at FUAJ or LFAJ hostels you must show a current Hostelling International (HI) membership card. com for details of membership prices, and for worldwide booking facilities. 90 per night; after six nights you are entitled to the HI card. Alone among Provençal cities, Nice has a sizeable independent hostel sector, with most of the backpacker places clustered in the area south of the gare SNCF. Standards vary widely, but the best of these hostels are at least as good as the traditional youth hostels and they generally have a less institutional feel; prices tend to be a little higher, in the E15–22 range.

Buses depart every two to three days on three cross-continental loops – northern, southern and western; the western loop links Paris with Nice via Switzerland, with onward links to northern Spain and back to Paris; the southern loop links Nice with northern Italy, Switzerland, Austria and southern Germany. A single loop costs £289. com. com. com. com. com. com. com. com. com. com. com. com. com. com. nz (in New Zealand). BASIC S Getting to Provence by car from the UK is relatively straightforward, with the Channel Tunnel or one of the short ferry crossings from Kent the quickest ways to access the French autoroute network.

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