Cheap gas stations in France are among the most-coveted spots in the country.
The popular gas stations of Paris and Lyon are in the top 10 most popular in Europe, according to a survey by e-commerce portal Appleshare.
The top spot goes to the Auberge de la Cité in the French capital, while the second is held by the Aubein de la Découverte in Lyon.
The French capital has also seen the rise of a number of new gas stations and convenience stores, making them popular places to stock up on gas.
The first gas station to hit the top of the list was Auberges de la Cite, located on the site of the former Boulogne-Billancourt railway station.
The station has been one of the most profitable for the French authorities, with the average profit for a gas station rose by 25 percent between 2015 and 2017, Appleshares reported.
In the last year, the station recorded the largest increase in the total profit for the station, reaching 2.7 million euros in 2016.
The second most popular station in Paris is located on St-Mihiel, in the western suburbs of the capital.
It is followed by the La Belle Époque gas station on Puy-de-Dôme in the south of the city, and the St. Michel station on the outskirts of the French town of Villeneuve-Loubet.
The third most popular spot is on the banks of the Seine River in the Paris suburb of Aubervilliers.
It comes in third place behind La Belle Epoque and St. Joseph’s Gas Station.
The fourth most popular stations are in Lyon, on the northern outskirts of Paris, and in the northern suburbs of Lyon, with St. Louis Gas Station and the Gas-station-gasoline.fr being the most visited station in the city.