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Driving a Rental Car in France.....

France is easily one of the most visited places in the world. People come from all over to view what is often consider to be the artistic epicenter of the world, Paris. While there is no doubt that Paris is a wonderful vacation destination, you have the Eiffel Tower, Moulin Rouge, Disneyland, Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre Museum, and much more, there is a lot to see outside Paris as well. France is full of breathtaking views, rich historic sites, and more. You don’t even have to spend a whole lot of money to enjoy many of the attractions France has to offer. All you need is a rental car and a will. Let’s take a look at a fifteen day long tour self-drive tour anyone can enjoy.

Day One: You start your tour in Avignon, after flying into France and renting a vehicle of course. There are a ton of museums and World Heritage sites here. Take a look around and see what piques your fancy.
Day Two: Whilst still in Avignon, visit the Villeneuve lez Avignon, a place that was once the residence of Popes, Cardinals, and various other men of high nobility and clergy status.
Day Three: Your goal is to start driving through Dentelles of Montmirail, a collection of wineries and vineyards. However, before you proceed through this beautiful landscape, check out the old town of Carpentras.
Day Four: By this day you should start making your way up Mont Ventoux, discovering all the beautiful quaint villages along the way. Be sure to take the scenic route through Le Barroux and Crestet.
Day Five: Today you will visit two Roman cities that thrived in ancient times, Orange and Vaison la Romaine.
Day Six: Start your day off right by visiting the largest Roman aqueduct bridge ever to exist, Pont du Gard. Then you will continue to the medieval town of Uzes and end at the famous arena of Nimes.
Day Seven: After seeing so much inland, enjoy the shores of Camargue before heading towards the fortified city of Aigues Mortes and the old gypsy pit-stop of Les Saintes Maries de la Mer. You’ll end today in the historic and artistic town of Arles, known for its variety of World Heritage monuments.
Day Eight: Today you start your journey at Montmajour abbey and continue to the only Roman watermill, Barbegal, before heading across the Alpilles mountains and ending your day at St. Remy de Provence. You’ll also have the chance to stop off at the Alphonse Daudet’s windmill, the fortress at Les Baux de Provence, the St. Gabriel chapel, and Glanum ruins.
Day Nine: Start by visiting Fontaine de Vaucluse and the Sorgue springs, then find your way to Roussillon and finally stretch your legs at the Colorado de Rustrel.
Day Ten: Spend your day exploring all the villages in Luberon that you can. They are too numerous to name and besides, do you really want all the surprises to be ruined?

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