5 Places To See In France!

When you think about traveling to France, one of the first images that pop into mind are the breathtaking sunset views from the world-famous Eiffel Tower and watching the 5-minute light show of this brilliant monument.

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While the Eiffel Tower is a definite must-see for all travelers venturing to France, but be sure not to miss the countless other wonders that only France can offer!

5 Places To See In France!

  1. Côte d’Azur

Also known as the French Riviera, the Côte d’Azur is one of the favourite beaches in France. It is a dazzling Mediterranean coastline named for its crystal blue-azure waters.

All thanks to the miles upon miles of coastline bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic Ocean, and the English Channel, France has been blessed with its phenomenal and gorgeous beaches.

France is known for its aqua-blue shorelines where you and your loved ones can swim, sunbathe and relax. Many beaches even have the most delightful seaside cafés where you can sip the finest wine that only France can provide!

From golden sandy beaches to impressive artificial beaches, France has it all and guarantees not to disappoint!

  1. Mont Saint-Michel

Also known as the ‘Pyramid of the Seas,’ it is said that the Mont Saint-Michel is one of France’s most striking landmarks. 

Be sure to squeeze the opportunity to see this beauty in your holiday plans. Make a day trip, climb on the ferryboat, and be amazed by the medieval architecture and, of course, the amazingly breathtaking beauty which is the Abbey Church.

  1. Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

France is home to many cathedrals, but there is one main cathedral that all travelers should see, and that would be the only and only Notre-Dame Cathedral!

Construction of the Notre-Dame de Paris, meaning, Our Lady of Paris, started in 1163, and it took over 100 years to complete. 

This magnificent beauty is a must-see for all who travel to France!

  1. The charming countryside of Provence

Provence is a superb scenery of olive groves, sun-kissed rolling hills, and deep purple lavender and sunflower fields, with small villages snuggled in the valleys and perched on rocky outcrops.

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The sunny Mediterranean weather inspires relaxing strolls along cobblestone lanes and afternoons spent on brilliant terraces of open-air cafés.

  1. Louvre Museum

Famously known for not only its beauty and jaw-dropping architecture, but the Louvre Museum is home to some of the world’s most famous works of art and masterpieces.

The Louvre museum has an astounding collection of 35,000 artworks and houses countless masterpieces, amongst which is the Mona Lisa by Leonardo DaVinci, the 1st-century-BC Venus de Milo sculpture, and of course, the Wedding Feast at Cana by Veronese.

Unfortunately, it is impossible to see all artworks in one day or even a week. Therefore, it is recommended to arrange for a private tour guide so that you don’t miss any of the main attractions.

There you have it, folks! Travel safely and enjoy every magical moment! Be sure not to miss these awe-inspiring destinations on your trip to the City of Love!

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