When you talk about France, for many people, Paris is the first thing that comes into mind. The iconic Eiffel Tower, after all, is one of the country’s most recognisable landmarks. Beyond this city, however, there is more for you to explore in France, including the destinations that will be mentioned below.
This is one of the most spectacular locations in the French Riviera. It is a favourite amongst jetsetters who are looking for a pristine and chic coastal town. It is not a place where you can explore museums and monuments. It is simpler and has a relaxed ambiance, yet it is promising. From dining in restaurants in the marina to walking its colourful streets, you will not run out of activities to enjoy day and night.
An Alpine holiday is the best for people who love skiing. It is home to some of the most luxurious chalets and resorts in the country. If you do not ski, do not worry; there are plenty of other attractions that you will be able to enjoy as well. There are dozens of natural lakes, all of which have captivating beauty. If you are looking for an adventure-filled activity, you can try white water rafting or ice hiking. There are also amazing walking trails that will allow you to experience the beautiful nature which the Alps has to offer.
This is a region that is teeming in terms of beauty and unmatched beauty of its landscape. If you love wines, this is definitely one place that should be part of your bucket list. One of the places that should not be missed is Dijon, a vibrant city that is best explored through walking. Beaune is also not to be missed, which is popular for its picturesque cobbled streets. Vezelay will also be worth your time. Situated on the top of a hill, its sunset will surely leave you in awe.
A city with pebbly shores, this part of France has long built a reputation as an attractive place for artists, perhaps because it inspires creativity in more ways than one. Whether it is traditional or contemporary art, Nice has it. It also has a decent selection of private beaches, perfect for getting a tan. Looking for the best way to be relaxed and rejuvenated? There are luxurious spas that you can visit. Amongst the many treatments, one that you should try is choco-cooning, wherein you will be rolled in creamy chocolate.
If you love wine, this is the perfect French escape for you. Fill your days with adventure as you explore some of the best wineries and sample some of the finest wines, and spend your evenings relaxing in a villa. There are also many attractions that should not be missed, such as Palais de la Bourse, an elegant riverfront. The Water Mirror is also worth seeing. And of course, take time to see one of the recent attractions that made wine lovers appreciate Bordeaux even more – La Cite du Vin or the wine museum. This is unlike any other museum. It is dedicated primarily to showcase the culture and history of wine.