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France tour package from Dubai

Ionic Eiffel Tower,picture-perfect villages, museums, historical sites, and soaring cathedrals are some of the things which make France a top tourist destination in Europe.

Furthermore, each region in France has its own distinct culture and cuisine, which can be found nowhere else in the world. There is something for everyone in France. As you plan your tour from Dubai to France, you ought to know the basic things.

Visa requirements for Dubai residents and locals to France

If you're a UAE passport holder, you don't require a visa to enter France. All you need is to carry your traveling documents and meet other travelers to France regulations and at the point of entry will receive a stamp to enter France. All UAE passport holders can enter France without a visa and stay up to 90 days.

Climate in France

The climate in France is described to be temperate. There though variation in climate in different parts of France. The mountain part is the coldest of all parts in France, and the Northern parts experience a maritimeclimate where there are warm summer and mild winter seasons.

However, the climate in central northern France is different as it has colder winters and slightly milder summers. The Southwest climate is temperate, but the Southeast part has a more continental climate with colder winters and a larger likelihood of frost and snow.

But the summers are hot and humid, and winters are moderate and sunny. The Mediterranean coast and the island of Corsica both have Mediterranean climates.

Most of France receives a moderate quantity of precipitation on average throughout the year. On the other hand, the Mediterranean climate region experiences dry summers as the track of eastward-moving Atlantic weather systems migrates away from the region and towards the north.

When is the best time to visit France?

The best time to visit France is late spring, summer, and early autumn.The weather is perfect during the summer season, and the schools have closed, thus making it the best time, and it is the time most people visit France.

Equally, the weather is lovely and moderate in late spring and early autumn, with fewer people. Therefore, spring and summer are a perfectly good time to visit France, particularly Paris, for individuals who enjoy lovely gardens.

How to get around in France

France is a developed European country, and there are several means to get around this beautiful country. Here are the best options to get around France.


You can hire a car in France to get around. You can hire a car at the airport or the train stations. Hiring a car is a convenient method to see rural areas and get a more in-depth understanding of locations such as Provence, Normandy, and the Loire Valley.

Major highways connect most cities, and road restrictions are usually clearly marked and self-explanatory. In addition, international driver's licenses are valid for stays of less than 90 days, and larger rental businesses provide vehicles with automatic transmissions and GPS.


The other means to use get around in France is bus. Unlike years back where it was international companies running the buses services today there are France companies.

Since 2015, there has been an increase in bus routes available. SNCF buses frequently run on routes where there is no train service, filling a need that needed to be filled before the buses arrived.


A number of places, such as the Loire Valley, the Luberon in Provence, and Burgundy, are begging to be explored on two wheels, and many of these areas have designated cycling trails, some of which run alongside canal towpaths or between orchards and vineyards.

According to French law, Bicycles in France must be equipped with two working brakes, a bell, a red reflector on the back, and yellow reflectors on the pedals.

After nightfall and when visibility is poor, bikers are required to use a white headlamp and a red tail lamp to ensure that they are visible. If they are being overtaken by a vehicle, cyclists are required to travel in single file. It is permissible to tow youngsters behind a bicycle trailer.


It is easy to find a taxi in France as in every train station there are taxi service providers. On weekends and holidays, charges are around 30% more than during the daytime.

When you are picked up at a train station or airport, there is normally a premium, and there is a modest additional fee for a fourth passenger and for bags in addition to that.

So long as your smartphone can connect with the Uber app and order a car, the service can be a more affordable alternative to normal city taxis. But Uber costs in Paris are less expensive than official taxi fares. Uber fares in other French cities can be up to one-third less expensive than official taxi fares.


Traveling by train is a convenient and environmentally friendly way to experience the countryside when touring France. Many train stations also have car-rental companies. Combining rail travel with rural exploration by automobile in the United Kingdom is simple.

The huge rail network in France – which, together with the Paris métro, is the crown jewel of the country's public transport system – is operated almost entirely by the chronically indebted state-owned railway operator SNCF. The SNCF utilizes the most advanced rail technology, resulting in services between towns being fast.


France's railway services have made many people not opt for flight services when getting around from one city to another in France. The train is fast, and it will take almost the same as a flight would take, and it is less expensive.

However, if you want to travel around France by plane, you can book flights from one place to another. Air France and Transavia are two airlines that provide domestic flight services in France.

Where to stay France

There are several hotels you can book in France, but here we have analyzed the best hotel in Franceto stay and experience world-class services. At any of these hotels, you'll receive a warm welcome, get all services you need and stay in a luxurious room.


With its two-hectare peninsula extending into the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by water on three sides, Cap Estel offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

The hotel is an excellent base from which to explore and take pleasure in the splendor of France's Côte d'Azur.

Cap Estel is a boutique hotel nestled within its gated estate, surrounded by lush greenery and majestic trees. It is a tranquil haven where you can get away from the crowd and enjoy complete relaxation and seclusion.

It's no surprise that celebrities from over the world have been coming here to relax for more than 50 years. With only 28 rooms scattered across four distinct sites, Cap Estel offers luxury and the highest level of comfort in a setting of charm and elegance, all complemented by 5-star service.


Aman Le Mélézin, ideally located on the Bellecôte ski slope, is a lively home of bright warmth, just a short stroll from the heart of Courchevel 1850, one of Europe's most famous and exclusive resorts, and with access to some of the most excellent skiing in Europe.

The hotel provides an aprés-ski haven amid a mesmerizing wonderland of groomed slopes – both nursery and couloirs – framed by snow-covered conifer trees and a piercingly blue midday sky. The hotel is four stories high and has a distinctive black slate roof.

The Peninsula

The peninsula is strategically located on the Avenue Kleber, just a few hundred yards from the Arc de Triomphe and near Montaigne.

The two hundred elegant rooms feature traditional and contemporary elements that coexist harmoniously. The opulent rooms and suites feature pricey artwork and traditional dark wood furnishings combined with contemporary fixtures and fittings.

The bathrooms contain marble floors and walls and deep, luxury bathtubs and double sinks, among other amenities. The rooms are equipped with every amenity you could desire – and then some.


Inter Continental Hotel Bordeaux's Le Grand Hotel is a preferred hotel to stay in France for tourists touring Bordeaux. It is a luxurious hotel to stay in and enjoy 5-star services.

After comprehensive restoration carried out by Gordon Ramsay in 2015, the hotel now features a Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant 'Le Pressoir d'Argent' by Ramsay that serves fresh seafood and fine local and casual brasserie called Le Bordeaux.

There are 148 rooms, and in each room, there is a flat-screen television, marble bathtub, and complimentary Internet access. The spa is exquisite and richly adorned, inspired by the Roman baths.


Hôtel Martinez Cannes hotel is located around the city, and it is well known as home to the world-renowned film festival. It is a preferred hotel to stay by celebrities in France.

There are 409 rooms, and 10 rooms are wheelchair accessible. The hotel's three luxury restaurants include cuisine created by Executive Chef Christian Sinicropi, who has received a Michelin star for his work.

The most luxurious La Palme d'Or overlooks the Bay of Cannes and is decorated with tableware made by Sinicropi and Elena. Furthermore, a spa, a children's club, a beach, and various meeting spaces are available on site.

Best things to do in France

There are limitless things you can do in France, but there are the best things to do in France, and you must not miss in your list of things to do in France as you plan your tour.

Visit Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is a landmark in France you can't miss visiting when you tour France. The tower was designed and built as a temporary exhibit for the World Fair in 1889.

Gustave Eiffel did the design, and the tower structure contains 8,000 metallic pieces. Initially despised by detractors, this 320-meter-tall tower is today a revered and irreplaceable component of the Paris skyline and attracts many visitors to France.

The Eiffel Tower was completed in 1889. Even though the tower is massive in scale, visitors are awed by the delicate airiness of the structure, as well as the stunning views from each of the three floors.

You can dine on the first and second levels as there is a restaurant with a view on the first level and the Michelin-starred Le Jules Verne restaurant on the second level.

The top-level, which soars to an exciting 276 meters above ground, provides a panoramic view of the entire city of Paris and beyond. On a clear day, views can be seen for up to 70 kilometers in all directions.

Take a cruise down the Seine River.

Taking a cruise down the Seine River is a lovely opportunity to see all of Paris' most famous attractions while enjoying a peaceful and relaxed environment.

In addition to sightseeing boat excursions, the Compagnie des Bateaux-Mouches also provides sightseeing boat tours that take passengers past the place de la Concorde and the Louvre, the Musée D'Orsay, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and other attractions along the way.

At night, the monuments along the Seine are illuminated, providing a mesmerizing visual impact on visitors. The Compagnie des Bateaux-Mouches kiosk is located at Pont de l'Alma, close to the Eiffel Tower, and offers information about the company's services.

Tour Chamonix-Mont-Blanc

The magnificent spectacle of Mont Blanc in the French Alps is a sight that will stay with you forever. Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain summit in Europe, rises to 4,810 meters.

In the shadow of this majestic peak, the historic alpine village of Chamonix, tucked in a high-mountain valley, awaits visitors to explore. Historical churches, classic Alpine eateries, and attractive inns can be found in this quaint small village.

Chamonix is an excellent location for outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, rock climbing, and other outdoor experiences and relaxing. This charming village is one of the best locations to visit in France because of the breathtaking natural environment and luxurious alpine hotels available. Elegant mountain resorts and snug chalets greet visitors with a warm welcome.

Local restaurants, which cater to clients with large appetites, serve hearty meals typical of the Savoie region and foreign cuisine. The charcuterie, fondue, and raclette are among the best ways to enjoy the native Savoyard delights.

Tour Mont Saint-Michel (Mont Saint-Michel)

Mont Saint-Michel is one of France's most spectacular monuments, rising sharply from the shores of a rocky islet off the Normandy coast and being inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Ascending 80 meters above the bay and flanked by magnificent defensive walls and bastions, this "Pyramid of the Seas" is a mystical sight to see.

At Mont Saint-Michel, the principal tourist attraction is a masterpiece of medieval architecture, with soaring Gothic spires rising above the landscape. The tranquil grandeur of the Abbey Church, with its harmonious Romanesque nave and beautiful high-vaulted choir, is awe-inspiring to many who come to visit.

Explore the Prehistoric Cave Paintings in Lascaux, France.

Prehistoric Cave Paintings in Lascaux are considered the world's best example of Paleolithic art. It is even categorized as UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it is located in the Dordogne region's Vézère Valley.

The Lascaux Cave, discovered in 1940 and featured stunning prehistoric paintings, was closed to the public in 1963 to prevent harm to the site.

A complete copy (Lascaux IV) of the original Lascaux Cave and museum exhibits that provide context for the prehistoric artworks are on display in the sleek and ultra-modern International Centre for Cave Art (also in Montignac), which opened in 2016.

Three-dimensional film projections and virtual reality exhibit aid in bringing the prehistoric period to life. Tourists must take a guided tour of the Lascaux IV cave to see it. There is no need to use a guide during your tour to the museum.