Situated in the heart of Europe, just a two-hour train journey from London, France is one of the world’s leading travel destinations. France hosts Europe’s fourth-largest number of cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites and receives 83 million foreign visitors annually. Its capital city, Paris, is France’s largest city and main cultural centre. It is home to the world’s finest museums and monuments, including the Eiffel tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre – the most visited art museum in the world! A meander down the Champs Elysees leaves no guesses as to why Paris is the fashion capital of the world, home to French fashion houses such as Chanel and Dior alongside a vast range of international shops. With its buzzing café culture, Paris is the perfect place to enjoy a freshly baked croissant whilst soaking up this city’s vibrant atmosphere.
France is the largest country in Western Europe with a varied geography. Due to its climate, France is one of the world’s great wine producing countries, most famously from the regions of Burgundy, Champagne and Bordeaux. The Alps stretch across eastern France, making it a fantastic destination for endless leisure and outdoor activities, such as skiing and snowboarding in the winter and hiking, mountaineering and biking in the summer. France also boasts 200 miles of coastline with picturesque beaches and coastal villages. The beauty of three rock arches naturally carved from the white cliffs of Etretat are a popular tourist destination in Normandy on the northern coastline of France. The quintessential summer playground of the French Riviera lies to the south on the Mediterranean Sea. Here the glitz and glamour of Cannes, Nice and Monte Carlo meet the lyrical landscapes of medieval towns and picturesque fields of lavender that inspired the work of Chagall and Picasso.
Luggage Delivery Company has built up a network of preferred suppliers and contacts in France that we work with. If you have any questions about how to make your trip more enjoyable or you’d like some help choosing which airline to fly with or where to stay, our friendly customer service team will be happy to help with every aspect of your trip. If we don’t know the answer we know the best person to ask.
When you ship your luggage to France with Luggage Delivery Company we take care of all the paperwork for you in order to create a seamless experience. So whether you’re planning on hitting the shops, the beach or the slopes on your next trip to France, contact Luggage Delivery Company to eliminate the hassle of lugging around all your bags. This is sure to make your trip to France the best yet!
Paris-Charles De Gaulle International Airport is the busiest in France and renowned for its long queues – you don’t want to be lugging your bags! All major cities in France are connected by TGV – France’s high speed train network. Paris’s Gare du Nord is the busiest railway station in Europe! Whilst railway services such as Eurostar are an easy way to travel to and from France they offer very limited luggage space - the last thing you want is the hassle of lifting your heavy bags onto them! Use Luggage Delivery Company to make your journey as easy as possible.
We asked our customers what their favourite hotels were in France and these were the most popular:
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France has four climatic zones. Rain in Paris is common with temperatures ranging from 6C in winter to 26C in the height of summer. The Mediterranean coastline in the south of France has plenty of sunshine. With 30 dry days expected per month during the summer season it’s the perfect spot for your summer vacation! Winter breaks are just as popular in the northern Alps with heavy snowfall guaranteeing a great ski season.
You can buy most things in France so as long as you’ve packed your favourite beachwear for the coast, cosiest ski jacket for the Alps and left some space in your luggage for all that shopping in Paris you’ll be good to go!
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