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Paris & France


The ay be no better month than May for a vacation in France when the season crowds have not yet reach their highest.


France’s capital, Paris, is located on the River Seine, in northern France, in the heart of Île-de-France region. Paris is often called the most romantic city in the world and is one of the most visited cities on earth.

Also known as the City of Lights, Paris is home to some of the world’s most beautiful architecture, art, monuments and people. From the iconic Eiffel Tower sparkling in the night, to the magnificent Versailles chateau, to the tree lined Champs Elysees, the crooked streets of St. Germain loaded with delicious patisseries and boutiques full of beautiful shoes, to markets overflowing with fresh produce, brightly coloured scarves and fresh cheeses, Paris is one of the most beautiful, bustling and alive cities in the world. Fashion-it spot, romantic cityscape, global centre of art and culture, historically rich, home to scenic parks and sidewalk cafes where you can sip a glass of French wine or a cup of coffee, Paris’ dynamic vibrancy makes it one of the most unique and stunning places you’ve ever been. It gets a lot of hype, but Paris will continue to impress you and live up to its reputation.

Paris has a very similar climate to the rest of central and eastern France, with warm summers and cold, fairly dry winters. Rain can fall year round, but fall and spring are great times to visit with pleasant temperatures and a drop in rainfall. The average temperatures in Paris during the month of May are 15°C.