France

C&IT's sponsored Destination of the Week is France, including features on its events offer, the best city, country and coastal options and all the latest news.

Clockwise from top left: Evian, Bordeaux, Lyon, Paris, Strasbourg
Clockwise from top left: Evian, Bordeaux, Lyon, Paris, Strasbourg

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Atout France

New and refurbished Paris hotels and venues are adding to the wealth of choice in the French capital.

Click here for Venue Paris: Coming soon

Home to a wide variety of city, coastal and country C&I options, northern France's appeal is wide.

See: France: City, Coast, Country

Lyon's Confluence Museum, a science and anthropology centre, is opening this winter and will offer space for meetings and events. 

More: Lyon's Musee des Confluences to open in December

Paris is the new number one city for association meetings, knocking Vienna off the top after nine years, while London slips one place to seventh.

Click here for: Paris knocks Vienna off top spot in ICCA rankings

Financial firm Welbeck Group wanted to hold a relaxed networking event for its clients and their partners, themed around wine tasting and spas in Bordeaux.

More: Welbeck Group goes wine tasting in Bordeaux

IT firm Hammer took two groups to French ski resort Val D'Isère for a sales incentive in March.

See: Hammer runs sales incentive to French Alps


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Fly to Strasbourg: discover, enjoy and live the Alsatian style

Hôtel Royal in Evian undergoes historical refurbishment

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Atout France

Contact:
Blanche Savereux
Tel:
020 7061 6607
Email:
Blanche.Savereux@atout-france.fr
Web: rendezvousfrance.com

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