Polls opened for the final round of French presidential election in France, Sputnik reported.
Almost 70,000 polling stations are working today in Metropolitan France.
Museums offer free entrance to visitors with a stamped voter's card and taxi drivers will propose a free lift to a polling station.
The first round took place on April 23, in which independent candidate Emmanuel Macron came first with 24.01 percent of the votes, followed by right-wing Marine Le Pen with 21.3 percent.
According to the latest Ifop-Fiducial poll conducted for Paris Match, CNews and Sud Radio published on Friday, Macron is leading the race with 63 percent, while Le Pen may get 37 percent.