Top 9 Places You Can Visit The Next Time You’re in France

France is a Western European country with diverse landscapes that attracts people of all budgets. It borders La Manche to the north, Belgium and Luxembourg to the northeast, and Germany, Switzerland, and Italy to the east; the southwestern border is shared by Spain and Andorra, and the western Atlantic Ocean. The landscape stretches from 2,900 km of coastline, from the pictureque mountain which ranges of the Alps and the Pyrenees to the spectacular river valleys of the Loire, Rhône and Dordogne.

The official language of France is obviously French. In addition, several regional dialects exist but are dying out, with the exception of Basque spoken by a few people as a first language in the southwest and Breton spoken by a few people in Brittany. However, for tourist purposes, many people do speak English. In this article today, we will talk about 8 tourist attractions you can visit in France.

  • Paris

It is the capital of France which is endowed with many impressive places. Among them, the most famous are the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral on the City Island, Triomphe that follows the Champs-Élysées, the Sacré Coeur in the heart of Montmartre, and the Louvre pyramid. Other attractions are its 80 museums and 200 art galleries. The most famous are the Musée d’Orsay located in a brilliantly restored train station, the Palais du Louvre, the Center d’Art Moderne Georges Pompidou and the new Musée du Quai Branly.

  • Palace of Versailles

It is famous for being the residence of Louis XIV, the “Sun King”, who is considered one of the most colorful characters in the history of France. In summer, it enchants visitors with its extraordinary fireworks.

  • Corsica

Known for being rocky and clean, this is an island in the Mediterranean Sea that is home to The Picturesque Cities of Bastia and Ajaccio, Worth Visiting for their Napoleonic Footsteps site is known as ‘Isla de la Belleza’.

  • Roman ruins

These are striking Roman relics in Nîmes, known as “the Rome of the Gauls” and in Arles, home to the popular Roman theater and arena. Also, visit Avignon to see the Orange, famous for its surprising ruins of Roman amphitheater and others.

  • Marseille

This is the most important commercial port of the Mediterranean in France.  The attractions here include the old port, numerous museums, the church of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde en la cima de una hill, then having a unique accent and a quiet speed of life has not affected its being considered one of the most energetic cities.

  • Water sports

These can be explored at lo largo de los 3,000 km (1,860 miles) from the costa de Francia. It becomes like St. Enogat and St. Jacut on the Esmeralda coast in Bretaña and Cannes, Niza, St. Tropez, Antibes and Menton on the coast on all these installations.

  • Coast of Azure

This is a place of colorful events that take place throughout the year. You will enjoy a walk along the Promenade English people in Nice, which holds a carnival in January and gathers celebrities at the Cannes Film Festival in July.

  • La Rochelle

Located in the nautical zone of Charente, this is a heavenly port where you can take an introductory walk viaje en barco. Also, don’t forget to visit the nearby islands of Oléron and Re, where you can access them by bridges from the mainland.

  • Camargue

From part of one of the largest rivers in Western Europe, this city is famous for its wild horses, bullfights, rice fields and salt pans. There is also a famous place for bird watching, which is a 400-year-old house with a flamenco rose.

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