France has been a very popular tourist destination since times immemorial as millions of foreign tourists visit France every year. Over 35 sites in France have been inscribed in the UNESCO’s World Heritage List featuring culturally rich cities with Paris being the foremost and Lyon, Strasbourg, Toulouse and Bordeaux following. Exotic beaches, ski resorts, seaside resorts and small heritage villages are famous for their beauty and tranquility.
Paris, the capital city of France is supposed to be the third most visited places in the world. Paris is home to some of the largest and most renowned museums like the Louvre, Musee d’Orsay and the Beaubourg. The Eiffel Tower, one of the world’s most famous landmarks found is Paris. Other well known monuments are the Arc de Triomphea and the Cathedral of Norte-Dame. The biggest science museum in Europe, the Citedes Sciences el de I’Industrieis located in Paris being the Cultural Center of Science Technology and Industry. Another landmark near Paris is the Palace of Versailles that was formerly the palace of the French kings but now is a famous museum.
The Saint-Tropez village has been an aura destination in the French tourism scenario for many a decades. This village is perched in the midst of wooded hills and gently sloping down the medley of farmlands into the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. This destination is known to have a privileged climate with mild climate throughout the year that is ideal for outdoor activities like walking and exploring. The best feature of this place is that the sky is blue with over 300 days of sunshine in a year. Besides the excellent climate the stunning coastline, magnificent beaches and coves all let you enjoy the seaside and various water activities. The twelve villages surrounding Saint-Tropez are also known for cultural events, art, music, sports and theatre, not to forget the grand parties and nightlife.
Toulouse is a city with a fabulous heritage that has lots to offer to visitors from mansions of the Renaissance period to the unique stone monuments and museums. At night the city turns almost magical with the river and the monuments enlighten up to give a new face and picture to the city. In the daytime you can just stroll through the market and the bustling streets enjoying the flavors and colors of the city and enjoying the friendly atmosphere of Toulouse.
Provence Alpes Cote d’Azur region known for its vibrant and bright colors lies in the South of France between the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. The azure sky and the shining sun make this place full of light in the midst of the sapphire waters of the sea and the Alpine peaks. Famous for its natural parks and ideal for its hiking and walking trails and excellent for canoeing, rafting and other water sports, Provence is a dream destination for a holiday.
France is thus known for its world class art and architecture, iconic landmarks, Roman temples and Renaissance chateaux famous all over the world making it a dream destination.