More than 45 million tourists come to Paris each year. Paris is attracting tourists from all
over the world as it’s a very popular destination for tourists in the world. Nicknamed by
various nicknames City of Light, City of Love, and the Capital of Fashion, Paris is a
great French city, known for its ambiance of love and command of industries such as
business, entertainment, gastronomy, fashion and art, and culture. In addition to iconic
landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Notre Dame
Cathedral, Paris is home to some of the world’s most famous museums which include
the Louvre Museum and the Musee d’Orsay.
2. French Riviera
The French Riviera is Located on the French coast of the Mediterranean Sea, the
French Riviera (Cote d ‘Azur) is a playground for the wealthy, famous and full of
international visitors. French Rivera is famous for glamorous beach resorts. Some
Famous beaches of French Riviera include Saint-Tropez and Cannes and independent
microstate. Though the Riviera is famous for the splendor of the Cannes Film Festival.
The region enjoys surprisingly warm weather year-round, even though it is one of the
easternmost mountains in the entire Mediterranean.
Unless you have weeks or months to spend in the beautiful Dordogne region of
southwestern France, you will pick and choose the things you want to see. There is so
much to see and do here, starting with the picturesque villages and chateaus, including
the well-preserved Chateau de Beynac, a hill palace. The scenery is amazing, too, with
the Dordogne River running through it. Dordogne also boasts one of the largest
prehistoric art in France. The walls of Lascaux are largely animal-centric. Unfortunately,
they are now closed to the public, but the picture is just right.
4. Mont Saint-Michel
From between the large mudflats and other powerful European waves, there is the rocky
island of Saint Saint-Michel, located off the northwestern coast of France in Normandy .The island is one of the most popular places to visit in France in the form of medieval
monuments built and crowned by the star attraction, the Abbey of Mont Saint-Michel.
This awesome mission was built by dedicated monks in 708 AD after the Bishop of
Avranches was said to have been visited by Archangel Michael.
Marseille is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the second-largest city in France,
Marseille is a large Mediterranean lake located on the southeast coast of France.
Creating a delightful climate, Roman ruins, ancient buildings, and unique cultural sites,
Marseille is also a city that serves many universities and industries. On the outskirts of
Marseille lies an old harbor. Managed by two historic sites, this busy harbor has cafés,
shops, and bars. One of Marseille’s most spectacular natural landscapes, the
Californians are fractions of tiny blue-walled cliffs and majestic limestone cliffs.