France pouts its lips at anyone not using the euro and says “Merci, you will pay anyway”, but after some painful currency conversions in 2009 people are looking for destinations that are prepared to be a bit more flexible. In this the Languedoc might be able to do more than shrug – it's not the chicest part of France, but Nîmes, Carcassonne and Montpellier are all beautiful and atmospheric old towns, with neat little squares and terraces on which to take your cafe au lait, bits of old Roman architecture and you can stay close to the sea.
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