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Hi

I'm going to France this May 2013 for 10 days. Intended to go Paris, Strasbourg and still decide on one more city to go to.

For this trip I want to go to cities that I can walk around and explore the city. I don't want to visit a city that I have to take a taxi or bus to go around 20, 30km to visit a castle or something similar and come back.

Travel further by train is no issue with me, as long as the city/village i can see by walking then it's fine with me.

since it's the first time I will go to France, I need more ideas from experienced travellers.

Thanks a lot.

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