While travelling to France, what the first thing goes through your mind? Rightly thought, yes it’s the Paris, the wines and the landscapes. But France as a travel destination is much more than all this. So let’s start the journey to rediscover France and get lost in the landscape. France right from the ancient period is the symbol of culture, values and resilience.
France is surrounded by the great Mediterranean to its south and the long coastline of Atlantic Ocean to its west. To the North of France, lies the part of the Great Britain. France is divided into 22 administrative regions out of which the seven cultural regions are of prime importance.
The most sought after destination in France is the picturesque Paris which has a timeless contemporary appeal. It is called as the city of lights and is a symbol of love. Paris is situated along the Seine River. The most visited one in Paris is Eiffel Tower, the Centre Pompidou and the Louvre museum. The next destination you will be heading to will be Bordeaux, the city of wine. The city will mesmerize you by its discreet charm. From the gastronomic greatness to artistic endeavors everything in Bordeaux will enthrall you to the core. Apart from the beauty it has the best wine in the world.
The next tourist destination is the Lyon; it is the second largest city in France located in Rhone Alps. It has the history of roman civilization and resistance. Today as the things stand, it still has the footprints of the civilization.
There is much more to this fascinating country than mountains and lakes. It has the greenery in the Nantes, which is one of the greenest tourist spot in Europe. Keep an umbrella while travelling in the Nantes since there will be a time when you will think that rains are at a distance but rains will surely surprise you by knocking your door.
All in all a travelers paradise, where in you will have a tryst with the divine art, breathtaking architecture , stirring history, panoramic mountains, beautiful seas and in the end will get lost in the majestic landscapes of France.