France is a vast country comprising incredible cities, mysterious châteaux, incredible beaches and lovely mountains. There are a lot of things to do in each corner of the country. It would take probably hundreds of pages to write only about Paris, let alone about France.
Here’s a short list of major cities and regions, hoping it would help you plan your vacation in France.
France’s capital, Paris, is the “city of lights”, home to incredible landmarks, all worth a visit. It’s absolutely impossible to choose where to go first: Versailles, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Sacre Couer, Le Louvre…
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Loire Valley (La Val de Loire)
The Cradle of French Language, Loire Valley is particularly known for its châteaux. More then three hundred of them are now part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Once fortifications or royal residences, now few castles are open for the public. Some were turned into hotels, while others serve as homes. A drive through the valley, however, offers incredible sights.
A vast province in southern France, Provence is famous for its wines, foods and crafts. Roman ruins, the glamour of Cannes and the beauty of Cote d’Azur complete the scenery and offer the prefect French experience for any traveler.
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French Riviera (Cote D’Azur)
Cote D’Azur comprises well-known cities such as Monaco, Cannes, Nice and Antibes. The Mediterranean climate offers incredible summers, with a lot of sun and moderate temperatures.
The resorts on the French Riviera are notorious for their luxury and shockingly high prices but that doesn’t seem to bother many of the “regulars”.
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