Shop Mycra Pac Raincoats in France
Mycra Pac Sleek Raincoat Designs are expertly sewn, with the highest regard to detail, in San Franscico, California and now you can have your Mycra Pac Raincoat shipped to France. These alluring, designer raincoats can be purchased from Going In Style Travel Accessories and mailed to France. Going In Style ships your Mycra Pac Rain Coat USPS Priority Mail International. For more information on shipping your Mycra Pac Rain Coat to France visit our International Shipping page.
Bonjour Paris, the fashion capital of the world and home to the world's most renown fashion designers including Yves Saint Laurent, Tom Ford, Christian Dior, and Coco Chanel. It's no wonder that figuring out what to wear while trekking around the cities of France can be a trepidatious experience. When packing for a trip to France you want to bring clothes that are beautiful and fashionable, yet comfortable and functional. Mycra Pac Raincoats are the perfect coat to wear while visiting France.
Mycra pac Raglans are gorgeous and have a unique oversize hood, that doubles as a special accordion style collar, to protect you from unexpected rain.These à la mode coats come in punchy colors that reverse to a neutral black color. Best of all, Mycra Pac coats are easily packable into their own cute, matching tote bag that you can slide into your luggage or carry around while sightseeing. Then when the rain showers start, you can pull out your chic raincoat at a moment's notice. Having a lightweight, waterproof jacket that you can throw on at a moment's notice can be a life saver when you are sightseeing or commuting to work. Mycra Pac Raincoats are so stylish you will be hoping for rain. With the Mycra Pac Coat you can look soigné and feel comfortable all day with this great fashion coat that goes from day to night. The classic shape looks great over all your outfits, including trousers, faded denim jeans, and evening dresses. This solid color coat will leave you feeling gorgeous cap-à-pie. Mycra Pac coat is a time-honored, vogue, wardrobe design that will be in style for years to come.
France is located in Western Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay and the English Channel, between Belgium and Spain, southeast of the UK; bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Italy and Spain. France shares borders with Germany, Switzerland, Italy , Monaco, Belgium, Luxembourgh, Andorra and Spain. France area is about the size of the state of Texas.
The climate in metropolitan France is generally cool in the winter with mild summers. Along the Mediterranean the climate is mild in the winter and hot in the summer. Occasionally France will experience strong, cold winds known as mistral along the Mediterranean. On average, France receives 31 inches (786 mm) per year. Spring is the wettest time of year in France.
France gets plenty of winter snow in the mountains for skiing and other winter sports.
Paris receives 24 inches (607 mm) of precipitation annually. July is typically the rainiest month that Paris experiences. For more information on weather in France visit France's official website.
The main international airport in France is the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. If you choose not to fly into Paris, there are over two dozen International airports scattered throughout the country including Biarritz Airport serving Biarritz, Figari Sud-Corse Aiport serving the island of Corsica, and Toulon-Hyeres Airport serving Toulon. For information on passing through customs in France visit France's official website.
Getting around the main cities can be as simple as taking the train or the tram, however if you traveling in rural parts you may want to rent a car. The buses serving small towns can be slow and some rural areas may not have a bus system at all. Keep in mind that renting a car can be pricey and so can the parking tickets, however renting a car is the best way to see more remote parts of France.
Bicycling around France can be a lovely way to tour different cities. Keep in mind while cycling that many roads do not have sufficient shoulders for cyclers, so you may often be cycling with traffic. There are bicycle laws in France that you must obey for your own safety. Your bike must have two working brakes, a bell, a red reflector on the back and yellow reflectors on the pedals. After dusk you must have a white light turned on in the front and a red light shining in the rear of the bike.
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For more information on France visit the CIA World Factbook.