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Car rental France

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France is Western Europe’s largest country in area – and has a population of approximately 64 million (2010). The country stretches from the North Sea in the north to the Mediterranean Sea in the south and has a common border with Belgium,   Luxembourg , Germany , Andorra, Spain , Monaco , Italy and Switzerland .The capital Paris has around 2.2 million inhabitants in the city itself – but if you include the suburbs, its population rises to almost 12 million.

The largest cities after Paris is Marseille , Lyon , Toulouse and Nice .

The landscape in France is varied. The northern and central parts are dominated by a relatively flat plains, while in the south and southeast are high mountain ranges (Pyrenees and Alps). Western Europe’s highest mountain, Mont Blanc (4807 m), located in the French Alps. Some of the longest rivers in Europe flows through France: Loire, Rhone, Garonne and Seine.

France has been known as a center of European culture for centuries, and changing political regimes have been conscious of maintaining this.

France has a number of attractions to offer. The capital Paris has a special position with its history, its interesting architecture, its fashion and its thriving restaurant scene. Otherwise, Provence and the Riviera (Côte d’Azur) Mediterranean tradition as a tourist and holiday destination for people from all over the world. It must also be noted that France, with its many vineyard, also is an obvious destination for many vinentusiaster.

France’s busiest airport is Charles de Gaulle International Airport   (Roissy), slightly northeast of Paris. Other major airports are the traditional   Paris-Orly International Airport just south of the capital and Nice Côte d’Azur International Airport .