The region of France has been inhabited for almost 2 million years. Hunter gatherers have long lived in this area with its fertile soil and plentiful wildlife. Deep in a cave in Lascaux is incredibly well preserved cave art, just recently discovered.
People over time learned and grew, and France’s medieval period is one of the most mesmerizing. Ancient structures can be found all throughout the country. Famous painters and artists came from France in droves, supplementing the world with incomparable masterpieces.
Today, there is a huge diversity of life in France. You can live in the major cities, out in smaller towns, or way out in the countryside. Life is good in this beautiful landscape.
France offers the world fine dining, exceptional countryside, and highly renowned cities. Go to Paris for a romantic getaway, or scoot down to the south of France for a relaxing trip, sampling wine and farm fresh cheese.
There are rivers to cruise and vistas to take in no matter where in France you choose to stay.
Within large cities you can use metros, trams, or taxis. Further out it is recommended to take the bus, or to rent a car.
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