Lonely Planet online is a website based on the Lonely Planet travel books. This link will bring you directly to the travel information page about France. Here you will find a good deal of travel information to start your exploration of France. The information is organized in the same manner as the books (which you can also order online here). The background info is organized by topic: Weather, Health & Safety, Government, People & Society, Culture & History, Time & Place, Crossing Borders, Money, Events and Transport.
Wikitravel is an excellent user generated travel guide supervised by administrators. On the travel page about France you will find the following travel topics: regions, cities, entry requirements, getting out, languages, eating, drinking and sleeping, learning and working in France, health and safety, respect and contact. Information on this site is mostly updated. However, we suggest you always check the travel advice from your own government first, before leaving your country.
WTG provides detailed travel information and articles about France. In the left menu you will find guides sorted by theme and the menu on the right side provides the table of contents for France: overview, passport and visa, money, health, accommodation, going out, getting around, climate, map and images, travel advice and more. You can also create a miniguide that you can print.
World66 is a nice user generated travel guide made by travelers. Every part of the travel guide can be edited directly by clicking the  button. The guide about France contains information about the following travel topics: general information, map, history, practical info, economy, health, people, books and a photo gallery.
Here you will find a nice online travel guide about France. WordTravels guides provide information about the following topics: introduction, facts, health, contact, airports, map, weather, currency, visa, photos and flights. There are separate pages for activities, regions and cities in France, activities and travel reviews.
About-France is a general tourist guide to France. The site offers clear and useful information about a range of subjects of interest to student or tourists. Main topics are: the French constitution, the climate, tourist attractions, a regional guide and information on studying in France.
This user generated city guide contains tips from inhabitants and travelers around the world and describes the best attractions in and around Paris, like: Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, Disneyland Paris and much more.
This Paris travel guide by the New York Times provides comprehensive information about the city in general, accommodation, attractions, shopping, nightlife and more. The interactive map of Paris can help you find a nice hotel near all the monuments, museums and attractions you want to see.
Nice travel guide to Paris with information about all the known and lesser known attractions this city has to offer. The 'Best in 5 days' guide is a handy guide for tourists who have limited time in Paris.
The Paris Pages is a large site for tourists that want to visit the capital of France. The guide provides comprehensive descriptions about all the attractions and sightseeings in this city. The 'Tourist Resources' page is definitely worth checking out.
A comprehensive guide to Paris covering the following travel topics: sightseeing, arts, dining, nightlife, recreation and shopping. Their 'Best of Paris' guide is made for travelers who have little time to explore Paris.
This site provides travel articles about the main tourist attractions in Paris, like: pantheon, eiffel tower, arc de triomphe, musee du louvre. The articles are sorted by travel topic. They also offer a small language course in French (see: Travel Articles > Parlez-vous Francais?).
This is a comprehensive online travel guide about the city of Nice with information about the city in general, transport, city sights, things to do, a hotel guide and links to other resources for a Nice city break.
The site aims to provide a comprehensive guide to Calais with all you need to know about where to stay, shop, eat and relax around the town. The information provided on this website is designed to help you get the most out of your day trip, short break or shopping spree in Calais.