Weather in Provence - Cote d’Azur. Actual conditions and forecast
Week forecast for temperature, rain and cloudiness
Map of wind conditions for Provence - Cote d’Azur area
Map of Provence - Cote d’Azur temperature forecast
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Rain forecast for Provence - Cote d’Azur area
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Provence - Cote d’Azur - guide chapters
Climate in France and weather forecast - best seasons for visit
Another highlight of France is Disneyland. This is an Amusement Park that operates all year round. During summer, the Park closes at 11pm, and in other seasons it closes at 7pm. Therefore if you want to enjoy more time in the magic world of this Park, you should arrange your vacation to fall in summer. If you want to avoid the queues, then it is best to come to Disneyland in late spring. Many people come to France for a shopping tour. Great sales are conducted in mid-July and immediately after Christmas. If you are a connoisseur of sparkling drinks, you should visit one of the wine provinces at the end of September. There is also in Bordeaux, a four-day wine festival which takes place at the end of June. In each wine province on the third Thursday of November, there are celebrations marking the collection of a new harvest. You can even become more familiar with the French flavor by attending some of the National festivals. You can arrive on July 14th – on the Day of the Bastille, August 15th – at the Assumption of the Virgin, or on March 8th which is the International Women’s Day. Also, do not forget that France hosts the Cannes Festival, the Puppet Festival in September, the Day of Grandmothers in March, and the Day of Chestnut in October.
Atmosphere of France: religion and languages
However, majority of the people still supports the unity of the French people, even according to the linguistic factor. But it should be noted that since the early nineties, there are several schools in France that study dialects, for example, Basque, Catalan or Corsican in addition to the national French language. In addition to the official language in France, some regions also speak their own peculiar dialects. The most common are the Alsatian dialect, and the Lorraine Franconian language. About 3% of the local population speaks German fluently, less than 2% speak Arabic and its dialects, and about 1% of the population speaks Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.