These are all the ones i know:
Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux, Lille, Nice, Orléans, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Rennes, Limoges, Cannes, Clermont-Ferrand, Avignon, Chartres, Lourdes, Clichy, Colmar, Cognac, Grenoble, Montpellier, Nimes, Versailles, and Aix-les-Bains.
If you are traveling to France on a budget then you may want to avoid some of the more expensive cities such as Paris. The cheapest cities are cities such as Nice.
some countries in Europe are Spain, France, Portugal, Poland , Germany.some cities in Europe are Madrid (in Spain), Paris (in France)...
Calais is the big city in northern France
Some major cities located in the Brittany region of France are Dinan, Redon, and Rennes. Additionally, Nantes and Vannes are large cities located there.
Paris and Marseille
Cities in France include Paris, Limousin, Auvergne, and Bordeaux. Other cities in France are Clermont, Rodez, Poitiers, Aquitaine, and Toulouse.
Toulouse and Lyon
Sauviac is the name of 2 cities in France
France has about 50 major cities. Some of them are Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Toulouse
Paris. Also, Lyon. Two major areas in France.
France is home to 36 000 towns and villages, some of them very small.
Paris is a city inside of France and therefore it is impossible to have a city inside of it.
Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Toulouse
France and Belgium are both countries, not cities.
Paris is pretty far north in France, and some other major cities are Strasbourg and Le Havre. The major city the farthest north is Lille.
There are about 36000 cities in France, from the largest (Paris) to the smallest village.
There is 35882 cities in France, where as in England there is only 50!
Marseille, Metz, and Montpellier are cities in France.
The biggest cities in northern France are Paris and Lille, and in southern France are Lyon and Marseille
'The Hexagon' is another name for France. It refers to the shape of the country. So all mainland French cities are in the Hexagon.
Paris, Lyon, Marsailles, and of course Strassbourg, just to name a few.
Paris, Marseille and Lyon.