These are the best places to stay and visit in France as it reopens

Sacré Bleu! La Belle France is welcoming us Brits once again, as Covid regulations begin to relax for the new year.

So, if you’ve been hooked on Netflix’s Emily in Paris while cooped up in your own home, and you’re feeling desperate to take selfies in front of the Eiffel Tower for yourself – now’s your chance.

Likewise, if you’ve tasted every supermarket wine out there and want to get something more legitimate, Dijon’s doors are back open for sophisticated drinkers.

So, these are the best places to go across France, and the best deals to use to get there.

Dijon

Dijon, famed for its mustard and situated in France’s Burgundy region, enhances its claim as a gastronomic centre with the opening this spring of the Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie et du Vin.

A cultural area spread over 16 acres on the site of the former Hôpital Général, it will aim to celebrate the idea of French food and Burgundy’s terroir and vineyards.

Expect a lively district dedicated to restaurants, wine bars, foodie-related shops and wine stores.

Book here.

Paris

So you’ve been bingeing Emily In Paris series 2 (starring Lily Collins) and can’t wait to visit somewhere in which wearing a beret and a Chanel handbag will make you blend in?

Now’s the time to book a French getaway with Hotels.com, which has seen a sizeable spike in searches for destinations in France since the show aired. Thanks to its sale, you could be getting 31% off the Hotel Marignan Champs-Elysées in Paris, 25% off Le Belmont Paris or 22% off the Paris j’Adore Hotel & Spa. Bon voyage!

For more details, visit uk.hotels.com.

Eurocamp deals

Eurocamp has just released a range of early bird deals, offering up to 40% off a variety of holidays, including over Easter and half-term.

If you get in quick, you could be staying in style at its site in sunny Provence, with seven nights in a three-bedroom Classic chalet from just £135.40 per stay, or enjoying seven nights in a two-bedroom Classic chalet from just £145.60 per stay.

With beaches on your doorstep, and a range of facilities including pools, restaurants and water slides, it ticks all the family-friendly boxes. Phew!

Book via Eurocamp.

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