25 of the most beautiful shots of France in the fall

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25 of the most beautiful shots of France in the fall
The French Alps in Isere in their autumn colours. Photo: @Iain G/Flickr

Some would argue that France is never prettier than in the autumn... and after seeing this set of pictures you might be inclined to agree.


Not only do the summer crowds melt away, but temperatures - especially in southern France - are more bearable in the fall. And that's before we even get to the stunning countryside, new wines and hearty seasonal dishes.

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Here are some of our favourite snaps from every corner of France. Enjoy. 

Puy-de-Dome in Auvergne, central France

(Gwenole Camus/Flickr)

Houses among autumn foliage in Saint-Martin-Vesubie, Alpes-Maritime



Vizzavona forest in Vivario on the French Mediterranean island of Corsica


The Jardins des Tuileries, Paris


Vineyards in Burgundy, east central France


The vineyards of Champagne in eastern France.

And the vineyards near Chinon in Loire country

Foret de Fontainebleau to the south east of Paris 

(Nicolas Vigier/Flickr)

French Alps in Isere

(@Iain G/Flickr)

Chateau de Plieux, Midi-Pyrénées

(Renaud Camus/Flickr)

Montmartre vineyard, Paris

(Son of Groucho/Flickr)

Sunset in St Emilion, south west France 

(Photo: Mariusz Kluzniak/Flickr)

Lake Annecy, south east France 

(Guilhem Vellut/Flickr)

Lyon, central France

(Photo: Dominique chanut/Flickr)


(cremona daniel/Flickr)

Forest near Dijon in Burgundy

(Yann Cœuru/Flickr)

Auvergne, central France

(Sandrine Néel/Flickr)

Mountains in Provence

(Photo: Fred/Flickr)

Annecy, eastern France

(Photo: Helene Schmit/Flickr)

Le Castellet, south eastern France

(Photo: Marcovdz/Flickr)

Vineyards near Reims, northern France

(Photo: Vincent Brassinne/Flickr)

Chateau d'Aiguines, southern France

(Photo: Sam2907/Flickr)

La Cadièrema, southern France

(Photo: Marcovdz/Flickr)

Finally, the Eiffel Tower, Paris

(Photo: AFP)



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