I had a dream of celebrating the New Year's Eve weekend with a few friends in Paris -- until two minutes into my research I discovered dense crowds, closed museums and shops, and extra-high prices. Are there better French destinations for about five days over New Year's? I am seeking a festive atmosphere, some cultural attractions, and great food, and since my stay will be brief, a quick connection from Paris by air or train would be nice. Thanks!
Magical New Year's in France?
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