Sitting in the center of Western Europe, France welcomes many tourists to its many corners across 640,679 square kilometres of land. What makes this vast country a must see is a combination of three things, 1) cultural allure, 2) great locals and 3) that “Je ne sais quoi.”
So, you can tour Paris, dubbed “the city of love”, for days on end, lounge on the French Riviera sipping delectable wine, or walk in the shoes of a solider in the battlefields of Normandy. But no matter what village you enter, food you taste, art you look upon, or castle your come across, France has a collection of activities that will keep you coming back, again and again.
Sports & nature
You can’t talk sports in France without mentioning the most famous road bicycle race in the world, the Tour de France, and naturally biking tours can be found in all parts of the country especially among the picturesque countryside.
Other popular sports include football, judo, tennis, and rugby union.
Known for some of the best nightlife in Europe, France suits the world traveler’s taste in a variety of bars, pubs, restaurants, and cafes.
Paris, being the home of classy Coco Chanel, it must be fabulous at night also.. and it doesn't disappoint, it offers up some of the most exciting nightly hotspots, but do ask the locals for their suggestions as to where to go.
Culture and history info
France has a long history, the Renaissance and the French Revolution, battles and monarchies to establishing itself as a dominant cultural, political and military power.
You can find France’s history in the museums, galleries, art, and architecture laced throughout the country. French citizens enjoy a finer lifestyle, they are well-educated and culturally informed. France is well-known for its rich cultural traditions, festivals, and monuments.
Hotel Particulier Montmartre
Hotel Particulier Montmartre, 23, avenue Junot, Pavillon D, 75018 Paris, France
A jewel case in the last bit of historic Montmartre scrubland, nestled between the famous Avenue Jun More info