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Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”
That is the motto of France, one of the most fascinating countries of the old continent. French culture is known around the world, but you have to go there to truly experience it. What better way to do that than in the seat of an exquisite car?
Mercedes Benz C-Class Cabrio
The Mercedes C-Class cabriolet offers all the freedom of a sports car and all the comfort of a coupe.
The fusion of the two aspects has created a car that was made for the love of the road. It takes four seconds to reach 100 km/h and the accelerometer tops out at 280 km/h. The drop top is ideal for driving on the sunny roads of France with wind in your hair.
The interior is classic Mercedes with a modern touch of the finest automobile craftsmanship available.
The Porsche Cayenne SUV is a combination of luxury, ability and performance.
The V6 engine takes it from nought to 100 in 5.2 seconds all the way up to 240 km/h. It is like a chameleon: it transitions seamlessly from a family car to an off-road racer to a street-style supercar that Porsche is known for.
It really can do it all – a 5 seater car that will come hand on the roads of Provence in the south of France. The Porsche Cayenne’ s refined and comfortable cabin with a friendly-user infotainment system ensures a cosy and easy ride.
Range Rover Vogue
A luxury 4×4 SUV, the Range Rover Vogue is an example of state-of-the-art engineering and design.
The engine reaches 100 km/h in just 5.4 seconds with a top-speed of up to 250 km/h. The interior is designed for complete comfort with heated Windsor leather seats and a surround sound system with 13 separate speakers and two subwoofers that will satisfy the ears of even the most demanding audio fanatic.
Listening to your favorite songs on full volume aboard a Range Rover Vogue rental will surely make your trip around France an experience to remember.
Where to Drive your Luxury Car in France
France is a vast country with many cities, villages and roads to explore. Here are just a few gems you should visit.
The biggest city and France’s capital, Paris is a city everyone should see at least once in life.
It is the centre of French culture with the Louvre and d’Orsay museums and world-famous sights such as the Eiffel Tower and the Notre Dame Cathedral. Unlike many famous historic cities, it has been preserved without catastrophe or war destroying the cultural marks its numerous rulers have left on the city. Only a short drive outside of the city, you can find the Palace of Versailles, famous for its Hall of Mirrors and its well-kept gardens designed by André le Nôtre.
For centuries, the city has been a hub for artists – painters, sculptors, writers and musicians alike – from all around the world. Some of that spark is sure to brush off on you too.
Marseille is an old port city, dating back to the Greek are, and is today a melting point for cultures from around the world.
Its 1,500 year history is rich with stories of battles and heroes. The city played a mayor part in the French Revolution and its hymn, now the national anthem, La Marseillaise, was born there. In 2013, the city became the European Capital of Culture.
The Old Harbour, the old town with its markets and narrow streets, and the Calanques, a series of miniature fjords, are all major points of interest in the area.
A beautiful riverside city, Lyon is a city of masterful cuisine, the birthplace of the cinema and a banking powerhouse. It is also called the City of Lights due to the annual festival of lights, which takes place in December and is a must-see attraction. Due to its rich history, it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998.
The acclaimed food critic Curnonsky referred to the city as “the gastronomic capital of the world” and several star chefs have elevated Lyonesse cuisine into the gastronomical stratosphere. Try the L’Auberge du Pont de Collonges, a legendary Gallic restaurant, which has three Michelin stars.
A city of long walks on the beach, Nice is a seaside attraction that brings the young and the old from around the world together. Also called Nice the Beautiful, it was named after Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Its mild Mediterranean climate first attracted the English upper classes in the 19th century and today attracts visitors from around the globe.
With Monte Carlo and Cannes in its vicinity, is is a great starting point for exploring the southeastern part of France or a cross-border drive from Nice to Italy.
A cross between a surfer’s paradise and a luxury retreat for loyalty, Biarritz holiday culture is uniquely fascinating and a marvel to explore.
For much of its history, it was a whaling port – the old port is still open to visitors – until Victor Hugo discovered it in 1843 and shared it with the world. It soon became popular, just as Hugo predicted, and became renowned as a retreat for loyalty, visited by people such as Empress Eugenie, the wife of Napoleon the Third, British monarchs Queen Victoria and King Edward VII and the Spanish king Alfonso XIII.
Later, it was discovered by surfers and became the first European surfing destination. Today, the two cultures blend to create a fascinating city you will surely enjoy exploring, as well as the nearby destinations like San Sebastian and Bayonne.
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