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Touring from Paris to Nice via Brittany

We have booked a camper for 2 weeks and intend trouring from Paris via Brittany to Carcassone and then Nice this July. Would be grateful for any suggestions re "must see" sites and points of interest that we should include on our trip. There just seems so much to choose from.

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Paul Canberra Australia

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1. Re: Touring from Paris to Nice via Brittany

Well it is certainly touring France. Brittany alone could take up the two weeks and have quite a lot left over. Even f you just go to the edge of Brittany, say Dinan, to get from there to Carcassonne and then right over to Nice would mean spending most of your time on autoroutes.

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2. Re: Touring from Paris to Nice via Brittany

My advice, having been to all of these locations - albeit at different times - is DON'T.

It is too much driving for two weeks. If you had, perhaps, two months - then it would be possible. As you say yourself, "There seems to be so much to choose from". All of the locations mentioned deserve more than a couple of days.

Why not outline your priorities in terms of what you would like to see and what the rest of your visit entails, and people might be able to help you more.

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