Things to Do in France

Things to Do in France

Things To Do 

Paris:

Paris is the capital city of france. Paris is famous for its beauty, fashion and arts. Its architecture includes some of the most spectacular buildings and monuments in europe and the ambience is exciting, attractive and effortlessly romantic.

Eiffel Tower:

One of the world's most famous monuments, eiffel tower is an icon of paris. Designed by gustav eiffel for the 1889 world fair, when completed the tower was the tallest building in the world at 300 meters. The effiel tower lights up every evening from sunset to 1 am.

(During Summer Months Till 2 Am)

Arc De Triomphe:

The arc de triomphe was intended to be a monument to napoleon's military expertise, being specially made by the little corporal in 1806.

Notre Dame Cathedral:

The name notre dame means "our lady" in french. Notre dame de paris was one of the first gothic cathedrals, and its construction spanned the gothic period. Its sculptures and stained glass show the heavy influence of naturalism, unlike that of earlier romanesque architecture.

Louvre Museum:

A Colossal French Royal Château Turned Into The Greatest Art Museum In The World Which Also Houses World Famous Painting Of Monalisa By Leonardo Da Vinci

Montmartre:

The "hill of the martyrs", named after early christians persecuted by the romans, lies north of the city centre and is crowned by the magnificentsacré coeur. Montmartre became the haunt of countless artists in the 19th century and virtually everything in the area is devoted to their memory.

Versailles:

 The château is one of the finest examples of french 17th-century grand architecture and is an awe-inspiring sight. Versailles gardens are one of the most beautiful in the world.

Invalids:

Les invalides officially known as l'hôtel national des invalides (the national residence of the invalids), is a complex of buildings in the 7th arrondissement of paris, france, containing museums and monuments, all relating to the military history of france. As well as burial site for some of france's war heroes notably napoleon bonaparte.

Disneyland Paris:

Disney's first theme park in europe is just as impressive as any other park. Packed with the usual disney characters, rides and attractions. Disney theme park is divided into two parts disney park which explores 5 themed lands filled with disney classic stories and fairytales and walt disney studios which offers behind the scenes sensation allowing you to experience movie and cinema sets coming to life.

Asterix Parc :

Come and spend a day in this family entertainment park, where children and adults will enjoy themselves on the tracks of astérix, the hero of the most famous french comic strip. Attractions, merry-grounds, shows are combined to spend a unforgettable day.

Champs – Elysees:

The avenue des champs-élysées is a prestigious avenue in paris, france. With its cinemas, cafés, luxury specialty shops and clipped horse-chestnut trees, the avenue des champs-élysées is one of the most famous streets and one of the most expensive strip of real estate in the world. This street in paris considered to be one of the most beautiful streets in the world.

Seine River Cruise:

Cruise Along The River Seine Is One Of The Awesome Experience

Montaparnasse Tower:

 In 38 seconds you will be able to enjoy the most beautiful view of paris and take unforgettable pictures of the most romantic city.

Grevin Wax Museum :

Discover a legendary site of entertainment and illusion, in the heart of paris. Be a star for a day, get near famous people and discover new faces at the famous paris wax museum.

Lido Show:  

World famous cabaret show.

Moulin Rouge:

Enjoy an unforgettable time in the oldest cabaret in paris that hosts the famous ''french cancan'' includes show and half bottle of champagne.

Crazy Horse:

Le crazy horse is a paris institution since the fifties.it is a novel mix of new and old acts.

Paradis Latin:

This theatre was built in 1889 by gustave eiffel and is one of the oldest show of paris.

Nice:

Nice is largest resort on the mediterranean coast and the fifth biggest city in france. Nice was founded by the greeks and colonized by the romans. It is a capital of the cote d'azur. Nice has worthy museums and good beaches.

Promonad Des Angalis

Thepromenade des anglais is a c:elebrated promenade along the mediterranean at nice.

Cours Saleya Flower Market:

Nice's famous flower market is one of the best attractions in the whole city.

Vieux Nice (Old Nice):

Old nice is downright dripping with atmosphere. Its narrow streets are a one-stop shop for take-home finds, such as provençal wares, household items, wine, gourmet gifts, hip clothing and more. There are numerous restaurants in the area, as well as several fun bars and nightclubs.

Le Chateau:

The best reason to visit the chateau is for the spectacular panoramic view of the city and sea. You won't actually see much of a castle (only a few sections of it remain).

Matisse Museum:

The matisse museum is a museum in le cateau-cambrésis, france that primarily displays paintings by henri matisse.

Monaco & Monte Carlo:

Monaco is the principal district of monte carlo and it has huge gaming casino has drawn the rich and famous to its sunny mediterranean shores since the 19th century.

Place Du Casino:

Attracts Many Visitors Each Year

Jardin Exotique

Oceanographic Museum:

Must visit here.contains a stunning display of marine history and aquatic life.

The Monaco Grand Prix - Formula 1 Racing Track:

The monaco grand prix is a formula one race held each year on the circuit de monaco. Run since 1929, it is widely considered to be one of the most important and prestigious automobile races in the world. The circuit has been called "an exceptional location of glamour and prestige.

Grasse:

Explore the medieval town centre with its cathedral constructed in the 13th century, its medieval houses and streets. Place aux aires with its colour market. One can explore the famous perfumeries fragonard, molinard and galimard.

Saint Paul - De – Vence:

Ranked as one of the most beautiful villages in france. It is also a renowned centre for art.

Village Of Eze:

One can explore the medieval town, its narrow streets and crafts. Must visit eze garden with their exceptional panorama of the french riviera. Here you can visit fragonard and galimard perfumeries.

St. Tropez:

This city offers an eclectic atmosphere and casual ambience that blends tastefully with the many glamorous yatchs and sailboats, cobbelstone streets lead to alleys housing some of the most stylish shops, galleries, hotels and restaurants. Explore one of many private beaches that provide seclusion and encourage an invigorating mood.

Cannes:

A small fishing village until the british took over the french riviera's natural charms in the 19th century, cannes has become world renowned as a playground for europe's rich and the site of the most prestigious world's film festival.

Chamonix:

High mountain scenery, the sheer beauty of which will take your breath away, majestic ice falls and glaciers, one of europe's highest cable cars, cog railways that take you on a journey through time, a beautiful alpine town, witness to 250 years of mountaineering history, traditional villages and hamlets scattered along 20 km long valley and above all a heart and soul, beating to the rhythm of all those that live and love chamonix! Chamonix lies in one of the most spectacular valleys of the french alps. Deeply crevassed glaciers and the cloud - diademed peacj of mont blanc dominate the area.the aiguille du midi, a solitary spire of rock near mont blanc's summit, has postcard - perfect views.

The Loire Valley:

Loire valley is known as thegarden of franceand thecradle of the french language. The tourist route around the vineyards of the loire valley leads wine lovers and beginners alike from cellars to vineyards, offering wine related discoveries punctuated by visits to imposing castle s, abbeys, cave dwellings and gardens along the loire. It is also noteworthy for the quality of its architectural heritage. Central part of loire river valley isunesco world heritage site. Two main ancient towns of tours and angers.

Champagne:

Among hillsides, rivers, renowned world heritage monuments or hidden secrets, nestle vineyards planted with chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier from which the most famous of celebratory wine is derived: champagne means only one thing: fizzy white wine. Champagne is a historic province in the northeast of france, now best known for the sparkling white wine that bears its name. The city of reims is must visit in the area.

Lyon:

Lyon, is a city in east-central france in the rhône-alpes region, situated between paris and marseille. Lyon has been listed as unesco world heritage site since december 1998, specifically the saint-jean and the croix-rousse areas. This is a very beautiful part of the city with its architectural renaissance buildings and monuments.

Marsailles:

Marseille became the "gateway to the west" for most oriental trade. France's largest port and second largest city has close link with middle east and north africa . Marsailles has many excellent museums.

Bordeaux:

Bordeaux is a port city on the garonne river in southwest france. It constitutes the seventh-largest urban area in france. Bordeaux is the world's major wine industry capital. It is home to the world's main wine fair.

Normandy:

Normandy gets its name from the viking norse men who sailed up the river seine in the 9th century.This region of france combines a 360-mile dramatic coastline, including the dramatically suggestive world war ii landing beaches, with a green interior of lush farmland, bustling market towns, and historic landmarks such as the cities of caen, bayeux and rouen.

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