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If you’re visiting Spain for the first time, be warned: this is a country that fast becomes an addiction. You might intend to come just for a beach holiday, a walking tour or a city break, but before you know it you’ll find yourself hooked by something quite different – the wild celebration of some local fiesta, perhaps, or the otherworldly architecture of Barcelona. Even in the best-known places to visit – from the capital, Madrid, to the costas, from the high Pyrenees to the Moorish cities of the south – there are genuinely surprising attractions at every turn, whether it’s hip restaurants in the Basque country, the wild landscapes of the central plains, or cutting-edge galleries in the industrial north. Soon, you’ll notice that there is not just one Spain but many – and indeed, Spaniards themselves often speak of Las Españas (the Spains).
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France, or French Republic (official name of this unitary semi-presidential republic), is a developed state in Western Europe with long and rich history. It is considered the most popular destination among tourists, especially its capital Paris. 66.7 million people live in France; 83 million foreign tourists visit it annually, and this is understandable: the country hosts a great number of cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

As for the climate, it is not uniform, since the French territory is extended. The climate in the west of France is strict oceanic. In the south the oceanic climate is warmer, and in the north-west part it is cooler. In the north and in the central west the climate is semi-continental, in the mountains (Alps, Pyrenees, Vosges, Jura, Massif Central) – alpine, in the Mediterranean and the lower Rhone valley - Mediterranean. Forests cover nearly 1/3 of France's land area. There are also 46 natural parks and 9 national parks. The four major rivers are the Seine, the Rhône, the Loire, the Garonne.
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Ask an Italian where in the world they would most like to live, and the odds are that they will say “right here”. Indeed, most people – not just Italians – have raved about Italy since tourism began, and to be honest the country really does have it all: one of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes in Europe; the world’s greatest hoard of art treasures (many on display in fittingly spectacular cities and buildings); a climate that is on the whole benign; and, most important of all for many, a delicious and authentic national cuisine. The country is not perfect – its historic cities have often been marred by development, and beyond the showpiece sights the infrastructure is visibly straining – but for its places to visit, many of the old clichés still ring true; once you’ve visited, you may never want to travel anywhere else.
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