Sunday, May 1, 2011

France honeymoon, romantic France, honeymoon in France

France and romance go together like good food and good wine. France is known for its gastronomy, history, culture and fashion. The country has seen many sights, including C?te d'Azur (French Riviera), the Atlantic beaches, ski resorts in the Alps, the castles of the Loire, Brittany and Normandy (Mont San Miguel), small people in the wine country and, of course, the romantic city of Paris. Honeymoon options are seemingly endless in France.



France is the cultural center led by his art, food, wine and timeless style. The young couple can spend the whole trip to Paris is the city's museums and attractions, but France offers many opportunities. Your experience may vary from sipping coffee in outdoor cafes sipping wine in the river barge. For Americans without hope can not even go to Disneyland, and the state of beer with a Big Mac Since France has a central location in Europe makes the surrounding countries very easy to use.






Romantic Activities In France
France has much to offer with its geography and climate, which gives you plenty of outdoor options. Hiking, mountain biking and cycling are very popular in France that is famous for the road race, the Tour de France. Skiing is also popular among some of the best resorts and the most expensive in Europe in the Alps, with cheaper options in the Pyrenees. Other activities include enjoying the water in the Atlantic, the Channel coast of Normandy, the Mediterranean and into the lake. The list continues with rock climbing, horseback riding, surfing, rafting and paragliding. If you prefer to sit, you can impress your guests by learning French or your spouse by learning French cuisine.

Climate and Weather Of France
France is the best in spring. Remember the movie "April in Paris." In fact, time is not bad all year round mild climate, and mild winters. Paris, the average annual temperature is 52 o F (12 o C), but can go below zero in January and can climb to 95 degrees F (35 o C) in August. The southern coastal plains are subject to a pleasant Mediterranean climate: spring and autumn rains are sudden but brief and summer is virtually without rain.

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