France travel guide
Check out our France travel guide for all you need to know before you go. Get the low down on visas, how to get there, things to see and places to go, not-to-be-missed events, France traveling information and some handy phrases that will have you talking with the locals in no time, oui oui!
France – home to the Eiffel tower, froggie-legged treats, French berets, and of course French-speaking folk. Yup they’ve got all that, but heaps more too! It’s impossible not to like France, whether it is the chic boulevards of Paris, the sparkling ski slopes of the Alps, sunlit vineyards and sun-baked beaches, the glamorous jet-set lifestyle of the Mediterranean or coffee and croissants in an undiscovered village.
The electric current in Italy is 230V and the cycle is 50Hz. Two-pin plugs are widely used.
GMT + 1 (Central Europe time)
Daylight savings means the clocks go forward one hour on the last Sunday in March and go back one hour on the last Sunday of the following October.
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*The Small Print
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