Cities in France by bicycle meet Frankfurt/Paris, 03 September 2010 – (NBAFGPM03092010) the French National Tourist Board ATOUT now simply to meet French cities by bike it makes FRANCE: 22 French cities it features elaborate cycling on his website. Depending on the city, are cycling to sights, culinary tips and also on regional characteristics indicated, so that the cyclists WINS diverse insights into the respective city or region. Whether with your own bike or with a bike rented onsite in France on the road: bicycle travellers can guide suggestions for the cycling as an inspiration for their holiday planning use the France and download an overview of the tours from the Internet. From the overview map on de.franceguide.com/reisethemen/staedtereisen/… Contact information is here: BSA. are cities in all regions of France, Nantes in the West to Nice in the East and Le Havre in the North to Toulouse in the South, selectable. Also the Portal provides comprehensive information about culturally charming cities such as Bordeaux, which leads the UNESCO on the World Heritage list, or Marseille, the European capital of culture 2013. For every single city or a town, tips and suggested routes. Discovering the cities and regions with all of its facets is at the forefront of the tours, and you have to be a die-hard cyclists to cope with them.
Most bicycle tours are limited to distances from five to ten kilometers. An advantage over city tours by bus: According to gusto the bicycle traveler at single places or sights can linger and arbitrarily extend the tours so or abbreviate. For individual cities, France guide to raze several tour suggestions or specifies special accommodation for cyclists, allowing for a comprehensive holiday planning for a cycling holiday in a single region. Karine lang, Marketing Manager at ATOUT FRANCE, stands still something for every purse is also shows another aspect: to explore France by bicycle travel, so that our offer should address both cultural travelers as well as families, camping lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. France Guide: France Guide (www.franceguide.com) is the official website for tourism in France. It is operated by ATOUT FRANCE, the French National Tourist Board. It is an economic interest grouping (G.I.E), which represents the partnership interests of the State, the territorial communities, tourism professionals and the large sectors of the economy. ATOUT FRANCE markets the destination France abroad. With 74 million stays of foreign tourists in 2009 and 35 billion euro of tourist revenue, France is the worldwide number one destination.