Top five interesting places in France

| March 4, 2013

Who does not know France? It is one of the most sought-after travel destinations for family, friends, and couples. France is most elatedly and internationally known. It has one of the most fascinating, dazzling, and chocolate box regions that you need to experience in your lifetime. While there are many magnificent France attractions and metropolitans to explore and come across, some of the top interesting places in France will sure make your vacation all worth it. Here are the top five interesting places in the country.

1. Paris

 

Paris City

Paris City

The Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Palais de Justice, Conciergerie, Saint Chapelle, Champs Elysées, and Seine River are all located here and you cannot help but marvel at how amazing and how interesting Paris! Of course, who would ever forget the Louvre Museum that houses the world renowned painting of Mona Lisa? It is also here. Paris is a beautiful destination that will captivate your senses of reminiscence, memoirs, and splendor. If you are tight on a budget, there are so many affordable tour to France packages but if you really wanted to explore every single detail of the city, then spend all your penny (it is all worth it!).

 

 

2. The French Riviera (Côte d’Azur)

 

The French Riviera

The French Riviera

 

This is situated along the southeast corner of France. The French Riviera expands along the sea of Mediterranean and this where the famous Cannes International Festival is held. This is one of the richest area in France as you can find here the expensive mansions and castles, luxurious yachts, and villages of the rich and famous in the world – from the world of politics, business, music industry, and entertainment. It is also home to the far-fetched Matisse Museum.

3. The French Alps

 

The French Alps

The French Alps

The French Alps are those parts of the Alps mountain range, which stand within France, located in the Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur regions. One can take a trip to the majestic French Alps and discover the famous and convenient ski resorts of in the country. Tourist can also choose from a diversity of high-end resorts, which all intersect its lifts: Trois Vallées, Val Thorens, Courchevel, Les Menuires, Méribel, and La Tania. You can simply wander around and feel God’s embrace if you wanted to reminisce and meditate at the wonders of the world!

4. The Loire Valley

 

The Loire Valley

The Loire Valley

This magnificent place pictures the aristocratic life of France from 15th to 18th century. You can find here the oldest yet splendid castles in the world today. This valley is considered a “Garden of France”, so you need to make sure to have your camera ready all the time and experience moist grounds and treasured panoramas.

5. Lyon City

Lyon City

Lyon City

Lyon City is one of the smallest cities in France. However, it is a must-see destination for every traveler as it offers delectable local French cuisines and flawless shopping. It is also home to various stirred monuments of the Romans, notably the Amphitheatre des Tres Gaules. People can enjoy nightclubs, casinos, and clubs here.

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