France

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A detox retreat in a 16th century Chateau in the south of France...

The rolling hills of Provence provide the perfect backdrop for this five-star, …

Celebrated fashion designer Collette Dinnigan made her first foray into interior …

Classic French Riviera luxury at its best, you know you’re somewhere special when you …

Monaco markets

Considered one of the world’s top chefs – a master of French cuisine and a proud …

 
 

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Not normally one to embrace the guidance of a sales assistant, Sara Lieberman finds …

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The International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM) Global Forum returned to Cannes last …

Megan Hess

Megan Hess is a renowned fashion illustrator and has worked with some of the world’s …

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Cathay Pacific Organic wines

Sample these organic drops for a limited time on board Cathay Pacific's business class …

 

Weather to go

France has a temperate climate that varies between regions. Rain is common between October and December, coinciding with some of the coldest months of the year. The driest area is in the south, on the Mediterranean coastline. Summers are dry and warm, and occur between July and August. This is the busiest tourist time, and bigger cities such as Paris can be uncomfortably hot and crowded. Some prefer to visit France during spring (April-June) or autumn (September-November) when there are less crowds and mild temperatures. 

 

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