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Rent your Pocket Wifi 4g


No more public wifi that requires your personal information. Surf with a private and password-secured connection.


No need to search the internet when you arrive. Your Pocket Wifi connects itself in more than 135 countries! Perfect for a multi-destination trip.


No configuration of your device is required. No sim card to exchange. You connect with the provided WIFI identifiers in 30 seconds.


Manage and share the connection of your Pocket Wifi with 5 devices, with family, friends, or in a professional setting.

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A few words about your future destination

Ah, France... It's hard not to hear an accordion tune and imagine yourself on a terrace sipping a glass of wine with cheese on fresh bread... Well, even if you want to get away from these clichés, there are still some must-sees not to be missed.
It would indeed be a shame not to climb to the top of the Effel Tower and enjoy a 360° panoramic view of Paris just because it's a cliché. As well as visiting the Mona Lisa at the Louvre museum, walking in the tile gardens, shopping in the sun, in the rain, at noon or at midnight on the Champs-Elysées and see the Arc de Triomphe, having a drink in a trendy bar, getting dressed up to go dancing, taking the metro, going to see an opera, a play, the Moulin Rouge or see a film at the cinema, eat in a small bistro a starter - main course - dessert - coffee formula for less than 20 euros, stroll along the banks of the Seine, go to the Latin Quarter and visit the combes of the majestic Notre-Dame de Paris, climb to the Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre and believe yourself in Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain... Needless to say, visiting the capital is undeniably a must on your trip to France.
Fortunately, it is not only the cobblestones of Paris to be explored and France has this magnificent particularity of offering a multitude of landscapes, regions and climates, giving you several trips in one.
In Brittany, a hilly peninsula, you will enjoy the sea air along the Atlantic coast, be dazzled by the pink granite coast, stroll through the seaside resorts of Dinard or Saint-Malo, go to the Pointe du Raz or Cap Fréhel and plunge into prehistory with its menhirs, forts, castles and medieval towns. While enjoying a good glass of cider and feasting on pancakes. You can push up to the Mont Saint Michel and visit its famous abbey in the Normandy region.
To the east, in Alsace, you will be conquered by an architecture whose wood takes root on the walls, by the magic of the canals, the wine route, the famous storks, the 2nd most visited cathedral in France Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, and the more sporty will be able to criss-cross the lakes and forests of the Vosges on foot or by bike... Going further down into the Alps, you will be able to enjoy a huge ski course for lovers of snow and snow sports in winter or a hiking trail in summer. You can get lost in the farms and countryside of the Vosges and Jura and enjoy Mont D'or or Morbier.
In the South-West, you can surf in Biarritz, taste the wines of Saint-Emilion on the Bordeaux wine routes, hurtle down the dunes of Pila... While in the South, you can enjoy the midday sun and its warmth, the French Riviera and its famous seaside resorts of Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Nice... Take advantage of the Promenade des Anglais and its proximity to Italy...
And Provence... all its castles and lavender fields will take you to another era and invite you to relax to the rhythm of the cicada song.
When visiting France, there's a lot to fall into the clichés... But what's it worth?