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Insight on first family vacation to France

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My family (2 adults, one 11-year old boy) would like to travel to France this Summer (June or August) or in Autumn (September, October, November). This will be our first trip to France and we'd really love to spend some time in Paris and also get the feel of the rest of the country. I'm looking for suggestions and tips on what to see/do with a single pre-teen that will give us the biggest bang for our buck in the time that we can spend there (7-12 days). Should we look for a tour with a guide to help with the language barrier? Any must-sees? Suggestions for planning and where to start are most welcome. Thank you!!

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