guide to driving and camping in France

Paris Campground

France

Like its fabulous cuisine, France is a country of great individuality, spontaneity, color, aroma, and taste. Whether elegant or simple, the French always have style. Designated cycle-walking paths are now significant in most towns and cities and often hook up to small farm roads. Rentals are available. Scenic rivers large and small lace the countryside so paddling is great way to take in the scene. Rentals and shuttles are available. Camping in France is a very popular. Many campgrounds have tennis courts, ping-pong tables and boules courts. Eight-lane divided toll autostratas are fast but costly. Excellent two-to-four lane roads pass through small towns and along the outskirts of larger towns.

INCLUDES DETAILED DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO DRIVE TO CAMPGROUNDS
AND MAJOR SITES IN 26 COUNTRIES

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