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Avignon

Avignon might be famous for a bridge that is only half there, and as being the former papal seat. The historic city itself, as with…

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Bastia

[top num=”29″] Given that rail-based public transport on Corsica is slow, disjointed and dilapidated, a hire car is going to make a lot more sense….

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Bordeaux

[top num=”42″] [why2 num=”42″] Should you hire a car in Bordeaux? Most of the area around Bordeaux is rural. You will need a hire car…

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Carcassonne

[top num=”58″] The delightful walled city of Carcassonne is one of France’s real gems, and it is easy to happily wander around the city’s cobbled…

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Dinard

[top num=”75″] It would be easy to assume that anyone arriving into this very rural part of France without their own car would automatically want…

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Lyon

As is also the case with a city like Toulouse, Lyon airport serves two quite distinct functions — firstly, it caters for passengers who actually…

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Marseille

“Fifth gear in Provence?” Marseille is one of those places that is a perfectly interesting destination in its own right, whilst also being a gateway…

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Montpellier

Montpelier is an interesting destination to look at, because it offers a varied mix of an interesting city with large numbers of students and varied…

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Nantes

Do I need a car in Nantes? The French city of Nantes is one of those places where visitors come back pleasantly surprised about how…

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Nice

When you hire a car in Nice, the chances are that you’ll be wanting to explore so much more than just the city of Nice…

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