Ferries to France transport people to 'superior quality of life'22.03.2010
People could be even more eager to get on ferries to France after the country came out on top of International Living"s Quality of Life Index for the fifth consecutive year.
According to International Living, France offers an unbeatable quality of living and while Paris has plenty to offer those getting on cross channel ferries, places such as Alsace"s wine villages, Provence and Corsica are all delightful as well.
The publication claimed: "It"s impossible to enumerate the joy of lingering for hours over dinner and a bottle of red wine in a Parisian brasserie."
It also recommended walking alongside the Seine on a spring morning, tasting buttery croissants in bohemian Montmartre, listening to Notre Dame"s bells and visiting some of the outdoor markets.
ferries to france can also take people to some top ski resorts, such as Val Thorens, which the Guardian recently placed it's top ten European skiing destinations.
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