France is the largest country in Western Europe. Bordered by the English Channel, the Atlantic Ocean, the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean and the Alps. With versatile weather, France has an average temperature of around 0ºC in the winter season providing a mild setting for exploring what France has to offer.
The French are famous for its fashion and food. With world class restaurants expanding from cute local brasseries to Michelin star fine-dining, France is perfect for experiencing some of the best food in the world. France is also one of world's largest producers of wine. There are many vineyards all around the country such as Languedoc in the south, where the most wine is produced and Bordeaux in the southwest which produces the most high-quality wine. To top that though, France is ultimately famous for the discovery of Champagne, the king of all wines. It is worth a visit just for the taste of the sweet French bubbles in the beautiful French Alps as your apres-ski.
A deep history has filled the towns and cities of France with rich culture and fascinating architecture, under a blanket of snow every village, town and city holds a mesmerising charm that will not make you want to leave. With hundreds of renowned resorts, France in winter is a skier’s heaven. From the challenging to the easy, there is a resort for everyone up on the stunningly white-tipped Alps.
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