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Everyone dreams of a trip to France, whether it's to see the romantic City of Light, tour the country's many vineyards, explore WWII history in Normandy, or lounge on the French Riviera. Just remember, whatever time of year it is, wine and croissants are always in season! Travelocity can help you book cheap France flights and convenient accommodation to make your dream trip a reality.
Step off your choice of flights to France and into the country's cosmopolitan capital, unforgettable Paris. Although weather here is fairly temperate year-round - and you'll likely be spending lots of time in museums anyway - it's best to visit during the spring or fall, when crowds of tourists are thinner, and the locals haven't disappeared into the countryside for their long summer vacations. Some parts of France can get rainy and slightly chilly in the wintertime, but the southern Mediterranean coast is nearly always a safe bet with its dry, pleasant weather and inherent charm. Corsica, with its brief, mild winters and extended summers, is another foolproof getaway at just about any time of year. Wintertime is peak season for the snowy Alpine region on the border of Switzerland, where you can rent a pair of skis and glide down some of the most scenic slopes in the world. If you're interested in touring one or more of France's many wine regions, it's best to go in spring or fall. You'll have good weather and minimal crowds in May or June, but if you're interested in witnessing the harvest and its attendant festivals, September or October is the time to go.