South East

Rhône-Alpes bordered by the Alps of Switzerland and Italy, making this region not only one of the largest in France, but also one of the most prosperous and culturally and historically rich. The River Rhône runs through parts of this region, so whether you are interested skiing or nature, this region is a perfect spot for you to visit. The major cities of this region would be Lyon, situated in the northwest and Grenoble, lying in the east of the region,

Provence-alpes-cote d’azur the south-eastern region of continental France, has held a special fascination for travellers from all over the world. but to suggest that somehow it was discovered or even rediscovered, and put  back on the map, would be a serious overestimation. While some of the emblematic icons of Provence – the lavender fields or the Mont Saint Vincent so often painted by Cézanne seem to be specifically attached to this region, others including the olive trees,  the dry rocky coastline with its scented stunted pine trees,  the evening air filled with the noise of a thousand crickets, and even the villages and vineyards, are features of this part of France

Languedoc-Roussillon is characterized by a dominant coastal Mediterranean influence and a beautiful, rugged inland terrain. The region is bordered by the sea to the south, the Rhone River valley to the east, and the Spanish border to the southwest. Capital city of the region, Montpellier, located on the Mediterranean coast

Rhône-Alpes Region 17

Provence-alpes-cote d’azur Region 20

Languedoc-Roussillon Region 21

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