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France, the largest country in Europe inhabited by about 67 million people, has one of the most diverse landscapes to offer. From the Atlantic coast in the west, the Mediterranean coast in the south, the Alps in the east to the hilly sections in the center. Each region has its own identity, which you can explore through the many historical and cultural sights of the country, along with its authentic gastronomy.

France and its historical legacy

Between the most famous castles on the Loire, the Avignon Theatre Festival, the Mont-Saint-Michel and the 130 or so Parisian museums, there is no chance to get bored! France has managed to preserve many of its cultural heritage and historical monuments, giving you the opportunity to travel back in time, explore ancient medieval towns and fortresses, meet some of the greatest French philosophers and inventors and admire unique works of art. Don’t miss one of the magical evenings at the theatre or opera where the French love to meet and spend an evening full of emotion and entertainment.

The nature of France

If you prefer green spaces to cities, you can of course explore the volcanoes of Auvergne or climb the Montblanc in Biarritz or tan on the beaches of the southeast. Since France is the largest country in the EU, you can lose yourself in the vastness of nature and isolate yourself from the noise and constant movement of cities. The numerous nature reserves allow you to hike for several days in environments untouched by humans.

French gastronomy

Of course, we must not forget the French food. Rich and varied in taste, it varies from region to region and remains one of the most popular topics for discussion. Try the “Bouchons Lyonnais”, famous for their high-quality meat and sausages, and the Parisian bistros with their cheerful ambience. Breton seafood, south-western duck breast and Norman cider are also known for their exquisite flavours. If you are a cheese lover, don’t miss the Fondues and Raclettes in the Savoie region. A meal you can enjoy after a long day of skiing next to a cozy fireplace.

Business and industry

France has one of the most dynamic and diverse economies in Europe. With 31 out of 500 Fortune Global companies, including Total, Axa Insurance and Sanofi, France is very active internationally, directly behind the United States (USA), Japan and China. France is considered one of the world’s leading suppliers in pharmaceuticals and aerospace and its territory is polarized into eight economic centers, concentrating on the eight largest French cities.

Air traffic in France

France has seen a steady increase in passenger numbers at major airports, with growth of 8.3% in the first half of 2018. This traffic is concentrated at major airports such as Paris CDG, Nice, Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse.
But don’t forget the many small regional airports and airfields that are perfectly accessible with a private jet. You save an enormous amount of time on arrival and check-in and travel much more relaxed at less congested airports.

With Fly Aeolus Air Taxi, you can take off and land wherever and whenever you want. Some of our clients’ most popular destinations are Paris, Cannes, Brittany and the South West. Do not hesitate to consult our price calculator or contact us at info@flyaeolus.com for a personalized quote.

Fun facts about France

  • If you want to see all the rooms in the Louvre, you have to cover 14.5 kilometres.
  • Every year, 10 billion baguettes (typical french bread) are sold in France
  • France has over 80 islands
  •  France holds a world record for its 30,000 roundabouts
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