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Places to Visit in France

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Places to Visit in France

Every traveler worth his salt would definitely put France in his bucket list. The biggest challenge is deciding on the place to go. The land of love and romance, there is no dearth of places to visit in France. It is also the land of exotic cheeses, robust and fine wine and melt in the mouth desserts. Or just the beauty of listening to natives speaks the language of love.

Known as the City of Love, Paris is of course where most French holidays begin. It is without a doubt a must-see for most travelers all for its liveliness and magnificence. It is not known as the most popular tourist destination in the world for nothing! Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, Musee d’Orsay, and Seine River are some of the top tourist attractions in Paris.

Beautiful villages, picturesque vineyards, splendid chateaux, breath-taking scenery can be found in the Loire Valley. Bordeaux is like an old bottle of wine; rich robust and extremely beautiful. It is a major port city and filled with historical sites, medieval churches and quaint old bridges such as the Ponte de Pierre.

One of the top places to visit in France for honeymoon, the French Riviera will introduce you to a whole new meaning of luxury living. It is a playground of the rich and famous. The Riviera is famous for the world renowned Cannes Film Festivals and the glamorous city of St. Tropez. It is definitely one of the most attractive places to see in France.

Biarritz is an elegant seaside place in the heart of the French Basque. Arles the home of Vincent Van Gogh has the remnants of the Roman Amphitheatre. It is one of the most exotic of France’s tourist places. Strasbourg is on the French and German border and it is the city of important European Institutions. Main attractions of this city are the Gothic Cathedral, the 300-year-old astrological clock, various museums and cafes.

The city of Mont Saint-Michel Abbey in the Normandy region has the most exquisite natural beauty in all of France. It is one of the best places to visit in France sight to behold with breath-taking landscape and the beautiful ocean surrounding it.

Lyon is the third largest city in France and it attracts tourist for its architectural wonders, exotic cuisines and vibrant culture. Hidden passage ways, Gothic churches, Roman ruins is what adds to the exotic beauty of Lyon. Toulouse is also known as the pink city of France due to the ochre rooftops and red brick churches. Its main attractions are its invigorating waterways.

Marseilles the oldest and second largest city of France has a mix of industrial usefulness and cultural charms. The best attraction of this city is the Calanques, inlets with azure blue waters and magnificent cliffs of limestone. Burgundy, known for its robust wines is also famous for historical abbeys, quaint villages and most of all its delectable cuisine.

If experiencing European culture, fine wine, invigorating night life is what you are looking for then France is the destination to experience it all. France is a destination where travelling is more of an experience then just visiting. It is felt more than it is seen. It is a place to make the most beautiful memories for a lifetime.

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One of the most marvelous places in Paris
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Eiffel Tower in Paris

Standing tall right in the heart of Paris, Eiffel Tower is a mesmerising visual gaze, bringing alive the city of romance. Also, famous as the ‘Iron Lady’, the Eiffel Tower holds a place in the Seven Wonders of the World. Boasting of a flamboyant architecture, Eiffel Tower is cherished as a landmark in the history of world b...

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Enjoy spending time at this historical monument
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Arc De Triomphe in Paris

Arc De Triomphe has been one of the most famous monuments and landmark of tourist attraction in Paris that stands right at the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle also called as the “Place de l’Étoile“. Situated on the western side of the famous Champs-Élysées, the arc is a part of L’Axe historique, a series of grand monu...

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Enjoy a day exploring the famed Notre Dame
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Notre Dame de Paris

Notre Dame de Paris is a world famous Catholic Cathedral that boasts of magnificent French Gothic structures. . Situated on the Île de la Cité in the fourth arrondissement of Paris, it is also called as ‘Our Lady of Paris’.

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The construction history of Notre Dame de Paris dates back to 1160, when the then Bishop M...

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Enjoy a smattering of Parisian art and culture
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Centre Pompidou in Paris

Centre Georges Pompidou or Centre Pompidou is a complex that stands tall in Beaubourg, an area in Paris’ 4th arrondissement. It is also famous in English as Pompidou Centre and is named after French President, Georges Pompidou (1969-74). It was officially declared open to the common public by the then President of France, V...

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Musee d’Orsay in Paris

Musee d’Orsay is one of the most famous museums in Paris, representing the nationalism of France in the form of paintings and arts. It houses some exceptional paintings of both impressionist and post impressionist as well as the French nationalism movements of art-nouveau dating back from years 1848 to 1914. It is one of th...

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Palace of Versailles in Paris

The Palace of Versailles is the royal house built by King Louis XIV and his successors until the French Revolution. One of the famous tourist attractions, it has been a part of World Heritage Locations for a span of 30 years. The Palace demonstrates the highest pinnacle of the French art from the 19th century, having an Ita...

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Place de la Concorde in Paris

Place de la Concorde is one of the famous public squares in Paris and the largest square in France. Located at the eastern corner of Champs Champs-Élysées in the eighth arrondissement of Paris, Place de la Concorde has witnessed royal exhibitions in the past especially during the French Revolution.

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Place de la Con...

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Walk the bridge of Pont Alexandre III
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Pont Alexandre III in Paris

The Pont Alexandre III is considered as the most extravagant, grandiose, ornate bridge in Paris, built over the Seine River. It is not only one of the famous tourist attractions in Paris but also one of the most charming river-crossing bridges in the world. Also classified as a French Monument historique, the flamboyant dec...

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Sacre-Coeur in Paris

Sacre-Coeur is a famous landmark, situated at the pinnacle of the famous butte Montmartre, which is the highest point after the Eiffel Tower in France. It is a mini Roman Catholic Church also famous by names like Sacré-Cœur Basilica or the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris. It is dedicated to both the sacred heart of Lo...

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The beauty of the Saint Chapelle will astound you
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Saint-Chapelle in Paris

The Sainte-Chapelle is a royal holy chapel in the Gothic Rayonnant style located in the heart of Paris on theÎle de laCité, within the medieval Palais de la Cité, which was the residence of the Kings of France until the 14th century.

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The Saint Chapelle is one of the oldest surviving Chappell, which was built ...

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FAQ's of France

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Do I need a separate visa for visiting France?

The Schengen visa that is valid for the entire European Union is also valid for France.

Do they speak and understand English in France?

Although most French people do know and understand English, they are notorious for pretending to not understand it. Learn a few basic phrases of French so that they know you are trying, so that they will too.

What souvenirs can I buy from France?

Make sure to buy chocolates, perfume and any fashion accessory when in France. Don’t forget to buy wine.

What is the best way to travel between cities in France?

The Eurail or private buses are the best bet for traveling within France. If you have an international driver’s license, then you can get a car on hire for self driving.

How long will I need to explore France properly?

For exploring the country properly you might need close to 6 months or so. But for visiting most important landmarks, try to spend at least 7 to 10 days in France.