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Which City In France Should You Live In?

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Which City In France Should You Live In?

You got: Ajaccio

Ajaccio is perfect for anyone who wants to live in France, but is looking for a change in scenery. Corsica is still fairly close to home, in case you’ve got friends and family on the mainland you’d still like to see. In fact, you’ll probably see them way more now that they know someone who lives on a beautiful island in the Mediterranean.

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You got: Bordeaux

If you like wine (and who doesn’t like wine?), you’ll love Bordeaux. But Bordeaux isn’t ONLY wine, there are also plenty of appellations, and vineyards, and even the Cité du Vin! (A theater and museum dedicated to wine.) Okay, fine… there’s also a beautiful opera house and hundreds of historical landmarks. But who cares? WINE!

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You got: Annecy

Annecy is nestled in the French Alps, and is filled with natural beauty and landmarks. It’s ideal for heartier stock, because it can get fairly cold and snowy in the winters. If you’re sick of the hustle and bustle of France’s more urban areas, Annecy may be the escape you’re looking for.

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You got: Lille

Lille is one of the most beautiful cities in the north of France, with its quaint brick buildings and the lanes of Le Vieux Lille. Sure, it can get a little rainy in the North, but that just adds to the charm. There’s nothing cozier than bundling up with a cup of tea on a rainy day.

Lille
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You got: Lyon

If you want to be immersed in history and architectural beauty without sacrificing modernity, you should become a Lyonnais: it's the biggest and second richest city in France, so it's a place to get ahead, as well as get away from it all.

Lyon
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You got: Toulouse

La Ville Rose is a city that can’t decide what it wants to be. On the one hand, it’s a very old and lovely city filled with history. On the other, it’s one of France’s most modern and industrious city and the home of France’s aeronautics and space flight industries. It’s the perfect place for romantic types who want a little bit of everything.

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You got: Nice

Oh man. Maybe this is a little cliché, but Nice is nice as hell. Feel like relaxing on the beach? No problem! You’re in the French Riviera. Want to explore the verdant valleys and snow-capped peaks of the Alps? They’re right next door! If you’re the type of person who just can’t settle down, and you always need to be doing something, Nice is the place for you.

Nice
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You got: Paris

There’s not much we can tell you about Paris that you don’t already know. The Eiffel Tower is there. A lot of people live there. It’s the capital. Hell, almost 1 in 5 French citizens live in Paris, so you’re probably already there. (If not, you should go!)

Paris
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You got: Saint-Denis

Saint-Denis is perfect for anyone who wants to get away from Paris, but is still looking for the modern hustle and bustle of the big city. Just don’t forget that it’s on the other side of the equator, so you won’t need a coat in February. In fact, with an average temperature in the high-20s (even in winter), you probably won’t need a coat at all.

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You got: Marseilles

France is a country filled with rich history and culture, but Marseilles somehow manages to outdo the rest of the country. With it’s interesting architecture, museums, opera houses, beaches, nightclubs, bars, theaters, and restaurants, you’ll always have something to do in Marseilles.

Marseilles
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You got: Strasbourg

Strasbourg isn’t like other cities in France. They have their own way of speaking, their own cuisine, their own culture… it’s really something special. Perfect for anyone looking for a change of pace.

Strasbourg
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You got: Îles des Saintes

Island living at it’s finest! The West Indies have so much to offer… beautiful weather, pristine beaches, and a unique culture that you can’t find anywhere else in France. Don’t forget to pack sunscreen!

Îles des Saintes
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