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Located in Western Europe, France has always been the hotbed of world-class art and architecture. Claude Monet, Henri Matisse, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cezanne, and Edouard Manet, all hailed from France. The country is home to several architectural landmarks such as Palace of Versailles, Abbaye du Mont-Saint-Michel, Notre-Dame, Sainte-Chappelle, and more. While here, visitors can explore the country’s Mediterranean beaches, quaint villages, and medieval cities. Northern France features Normandy’s WWII sites, Loire Valley’s majestic chateaux, iconic Mont-St.-Michel, and Brittany’s rugged coast while Southern France features lavender fields and the French Riviera. Visitors from across the world come to France to indulge in the legendary French cuisine including the famed cheese, wine, champagne, croissant, and crepes.
Popular Destinations in France
Capital of France, Paris is considered to be global center of fashion, art,
and culture. Located in Northern France, on the Seine River, Paris is often
referred to as 'City of Lights' and 'City of Love.' Paris is known for its
architectural landmarks, museums, designer boutiques, cafe culture, and
history. The charming city’s cultural heritage is reflected in its historic
setting, leafy French gardens, and first-class art collections. Major
attractions in Paris include Eiffel Tower, Sacre-Coeur Basilica,
Notre-Dame, Pont Neuf, Tuileries Garden, Pont Alexandre III, and Palais
Nice is located in the French Riviera, at the foot of the Alps. The city
developed in the early 19th century as an English winter resort
destination. Today, Nice is a popular tourist destination and renowned for
its beautiful seascape, sun-kissed beaches, and Mediterranean weather.
There are public beaches in Nice like Coco Beach, and Ville franche-sur-mer
as well as private beaches like Ruhl Beach. It is a quaint town where
visitors will enjoy wandering the cobbled streets and narrow alleys while
exploring landmarks like the Nice Cathedral, Palace Lascaris, Russian
Orthodox Cathedral, and Palace of the Dukes of Savoy, among others. For art
enthusiasts, Nice has many museums like the Museum of Modern and
Contemporary Art, Fine Arts Museum (Musee des Beaux Arts), Museum of Asian
Arts, Marc Chagall Museum, and Matisse Museum.
A port city on the Garonne River in southwestern France, Bordeaux is
considered to be the wine capital of the world. With its urban charm and
provincial elegance, the city is an alluring tourist destination. Bordeaux
is nicknamed as 'Port of the Moon' for its romantic location on a
crescent-shaped bend of the beautiful river Garonne. Bordeaux has an
affluent cultural heritage that dates back to antiquity. The city is also
listed under UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are more than 350 buildings
in Bordeaux that are classified as historical monuments. Some of the major
tourist attractions in Bordeaux include Cathedral of Saint Andrew, Grand
Theater, Basilique Saint-Seurin, and Museum of Aquitaine.
Best Time to Visit France
The best time for which you should book France flights is from September to October and from mid-March to April. The peak tourist season is from May to August, when the country is overcrowded and expensive. If you wish to travel during peak season, you are advised to book in advance to enjoy cheap flights to France.