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Help Your French Honeymoon Go Smoothly With Automated Télépéage

With the wedding season now approaching, many engaged couples will be looking forwards to their big day. Afterwards their thoughts will turn to their planned honeymoon as they look to enjoy a few quiet weeks in each others’ company. France is always a popular destination for newlyweds and of course Paris is one of the most popular cities for lovers to visit. And what could be more romantic than driving through the vineyards of Gascony? In order to enjoy every minute of your honeymoon you want it to be as hassle free as possible. This is where automated Télépéage comes in.

A nonstop solution

Although you may want to take some less travelled roads in order to enjoy lunch in a quiet village or picturesque town, it is wise to stick to the French Autoroute for the majority of your trip. These roads offer the most direct and fastest route around the country. However, you will of course have to pay to use them. Through the installation of a Sanef Tolling Liber-t tag, you will be able to make use of the Télépéage lanes. As you approach the payment booth a mounted beacon will detect the Liber-t tag and automatically raise the barrier. Payment is automatically debited from your linked bank account, meaning no need to fumble around looking for change or wait whilst your card payment is processed. You can simply keep on rolling through the delegated Télépéage barrier as the other motorists queue to make their payment, leaving you free to enjoy your honeymoon.

Five most romantic places in France

Here are Sanef Tolling’s five most romantic places in France that you may want to factor into your honeymoon:

  • Paris – Walk hand in hand as you stroll over the bridges that cross the Seine, or share a coffee in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. France’s capital truly is one of the most amazing cities in the world.
  • Loirre Valley – The beautifully elegant Loire Valley has breathtaking scenery, dotted with stunning chateaux. Both the food and wine are exquisite and you could even find lodgings in one of the castles that have been converted into hotels.
  • Cap d’ Agde – Perhaps not suitable for all newlyweds, this gated mini-village is devoted to naturism.
  • Montsequr – Ideally suited to the active honeymooners; climb Pog mountain and be rewarded with the ruins of a Cathar castle. The site was home to the last stand of the religious sect and offers amazing views of the surrounding valleys and mountains.
  • St. Paul de Vence – One of the most picturesque places you are ever likely to visit, this fortified village sits atop a hill in Provence. It is difficult to find anywhere within the village that isn’t beautiful; the winding streets are adorned with statues and hidden squares with fountains. Fantastic views of the sea and mountains add the finishing touches.

If you require further information on making use of the Télépéage lane, contact Sanef Tolling today on +44 (0)1423 299017. Alternatively you can contact us here.