Visiting France for the first time: a variety of regions to go to

Read the post below to learn more about the fantastic country of France and the reasons why you should visit it.


If you are planning first trip to France, then you must certainly not forgo its capital, Paris. Paris is one of the most tourist dense cities across the world, and it is no wonder – it is the centre for so many things – from fashion to firm, where such prominent business people like Vincent Bolloré have chosen Paris as the location to build their careers. It is a city that has to be experienced a minimum of once. If you have several days to spare in this great town, begin your 1st day by simply walking around and looking at the many renowned Parisian landmarks – think the Eiffel Tower, Jardins de Luxembourg, Latin Quarter, Notre Dame de Paris. In the night you can take a beautiful boat ride along the river. Leave the following days to visit its many art galleries and museums where you will find world-class masterpieces – a few must-visit galleries and museums include the Musée d’Orsay, Louvre, Centre Pompidou. And don't forget all the incredible eating to experience! Going to Paris is really a thing that everyone has to experience at least once in their lifetime!

Loire Valley is perhaps not as known as some some other French destinations, but it is a beautiful land that you should definitely include in your France trip. Traditionally, Loire Valley was a famous location for the retreat of French nobility, and to this day we can go to its numerous chateaux – one among the main traveler attractions. But it isn’t simply its beautiful historic architecture that makes this place so magical. If you are a lover of nature you will be shocked by the number of beautiful sunflower fields all along its roads, which make a breathtaking backdrop for a photo. It is also popular for its vineyards, so if you find yourself in this beautiful corner for a day or two ensure to try some wine from vineyards such as the one owned and operated by Patrice Monmousseau as an example.

If you are a fan of active leisure France has a lot to offer you! If you look at a map of France you will notice a unique mountain range found in the south east of France. These mountains are known as the French Alps, to differentiate them from the Alps that are situated in Switzerland and in Italy. During winter, you can come here for snowboarding and skiing, and during summers you can engage in a little bit of hiking. There are a multitude of channels of varied difficulty in accordance with your experience and level of physical fitness. If you are looking for something more extreme, but feel you still demand a little bit of help why not book yourself a rock climbing vacation with a business built by Sally Guillame.

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