France comes as the best tourist destination of the world; roughly there are almost 82 million foreign tourists every year. People love France for its sophisticated culture, some of its exquisite cuisine, amazing landmarks, some very fine wines, its wonderful countryside and charming Renault cars.
With so many things and spots to enjoy France gets all the attention in the world and for past two decades it is among the best holiday spot. People visit with family and friends in the holiday season, and some of the best spots that you should never miss in France are;
Of course one of the biggest attractions of France is Paris itself; about 45 million tourists visit it every year. Paris along being the capital of France is also termed as the City of Lights, City of Love and Capital of Fashion. Paris is different in many ways, from business to entertainment, gastronomy, fashion and art and culture, everything has its charm. Some of its most iconic landmarks which are a must visit are; Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral and The Louvre Museum.
French Riveria is located on the French coast of the Mediterranean Sea and is usually known for a place where rich international tourists come and have fun. Majorly it is famous for the glitter and glam of St. Tropez, Monaco or the Cannes Film Festival. But if you keep your eyes open you can also land into other lesser famous but wonderful destinations in the French Riveria like the perched villages of Eze and Saint-Paul de Vence, and the perfumeries of Grasse.
Located in France’s northwestern coast in Normandy, lies the rocky island of Mont Saint-Michel. This tidal island is also among the frequently visited tidal island, this is due to the special way of construction. The medieval structures are built in a way as if stacked upon one another; the most striking point to visit here is the Abbey of Mont Saint-Michel. This remarkably amazing abbey was built by the monks in 708 AD and to date it fascinates the people who pay it a visit.
Bordeaux is among the famous sea port and is the major seaport of France, which is built upon the River Garonne. One of the main attractions of this city is the Bordeaux’s city center; its striking feature is that it has more than 350 historic structures and landmarks, which also include medieval churches and some fascinating old bridges like the Ponte de Pierre. Among all the great plazas in the city, the most famous is Place de la Bourse, is the most remarkable plaza and has mirror-like effect.
Last but not the least, Marseille, the second largest city of France and it is also among the oldest city in entire Europe. Marseille is famously known for the variety and distinct cultures that it holds, from Roman ruins to medieval architecture and currently working on the new universities and industries, Marseilles is a mix of all. One of the most awe-struck natural attractions in the city is The Calanques, this is a series of small inlets with deep blue water and amazing limestone cliffs.