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TOULOUSE

Located in the heart of South-West France, Toulouse-Blagnac airport provides easy access to the Occitanie and Aquitaine regions. This central position gives travelers the opportunity to travel to the Atlantic Ocean from Bordeaux to the Basque Country, but also to the Mediterranean region (Carcassonne, Montpellier, Perpignan) , to the Dordogne Valley up in the North and the Pyrenees down in the South. It is a dynamic capital and a wide territory: - Toulouse is the 4th city of France, capital of the region: - 2000 years of a prestigious history that has marked the city in its architecture - World Center for Aeronautics (Airbus) - European Capital of the space industry - 3rd university city: a young and dynamic city - Culture: more than 170 museums and 200 festivals each year - Gastronomy: Michelin starred chefs and more than 100 labeled products, great vineyards - Fascinating sites: medieval cities, walled and Templar towns with villages recognized among the most beautiful in France. UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Albi, the Canal du Midi, the Cirque de Gavarnie, the Routes of St Jacques de Compostela, the famous Cathar castles - Nature: 28 000 kms of hiking trails, 300 kms waterways (including the Canal du Midi), 4 natural parks and the Pyrenees National Park, 23 ski resorts in the Pyrenees. - Unique expertise: Airbus, the Pic du Midi Observatory, the Canal du Midi, the Millau Viaduct - A welcoming region: more than 1000 hotels including Relais & Châteaux - An exceptional quality of life: a mild climate and sunny, welcoming and generous population.
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LORIENT

Located in the heart of southern Brittany, Lorient is called the city of five ports, which tells a lot about its history, its architecture and its culture. Lorient is a city with a strong character that has many assets to seduce all appetites. For history buffs, the Keroman submarine base is a must-see, witnessing the city's military past. Converted into a sailing museum with the Cité de la voile Éric Tabarly, this place renamed La Base today brings together innovative companies and some of the best offshore racing teams in the world. A stone's throw away, you dive into the singular atmosphere of the fishing port with its auction, still active. City of culture, Lorient is famous worldwilde with the Interceltique Festival which brings together each summer (in August) about 750,000 visitors around the Celtic music, culture and atmosphere. For leisure, Lorient has all the facilities of a big city, with this extra nautical activity linked to its seafront. Nature lovers will be delighted with the beautiful hikes to do sea side and land side. From Lorient, you can travel and discover southern Brittany and its riches: the islands of Groix, Belle-Ile en Mer, the citadel of Port-Louis, the ramparts of Hennebont, Pont-Aven, the city of painters, Carnac and its megalithic site, the river of Etel, Auray, the Gulf of Morbihan ...
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