Why always want to go far when you have the chance to visit France. This tiny country in the center of Europe is the most visited country in the world. Indeed, for more than a century France has been one of the favorite destinations of travelers. And if you had to focus on your own country before traveling to the end of the world, what places would you visit? Steeped in history and a unique cultural heritage, each French region is full of treasures. We invite you for an overview of the French heritage, to discover the most beautiful cities in France.
Paris and Biarritz
Impossible not to start this ranking by the French capital. As Paris is the most visited city in the world, its visit is essential. There is so much to discover in the capital that it would be impossible to draw up an exhaustive list. You’ve never been to Paris? Start by visiting the must-see places such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, the mythical districts such as Montmartre, the banks of the Seine. Enjoy French cuisine in one of the many Parisian bistros. Their cuisine and refinement are no secret to anyone. Discover the many art galleries, exhibitions of famous or unknown artists, theater shows. Stroll through the gardens and parks of the City of Light. Make this first encounter an unforgettable moment.
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This seaside resort is renowned as the French capital of surfing. It is a jewel of the Atlantic coast. Nestled between vestiges of the past and a rich cultural heritage, the charisma of this city will charm you from your first visit. Like all the most beautiful cities in France, there is no shortage of things to do in Biarritz. Discover the culture and Basque specialties through the Halles of the city. Afterwards, discover the lighthouse at the tip of Saint-Martin. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Atalaye plateau. Fill up with captivating discoveries with the museum of the sea. Finally end the day with an unforgettable sunset on the Rock of the Virgin.
Montpellier and Saint-Malo
How not to speak of the jewel city of Occitania. The city of Montpellier calls for astonishment and wonder. Indeed, it is a strong place for French culture and arts. Its architecture is renowned worldwide. Its success is worldwide thanks to the trams designed by Christian LA Croix elected the sexiest in the world. First, discover the historic center, nicknamed the Crest, entirely pedestrian. Pass by the Saint-Pierre Cathedral or the Museum of Anatomy or Fabre. Taste the pleasures of contemplating the beautiful Botanical Gardens of the city. Finally, end your day in one of the many establishments of the city, famous for their nightlife.
This Breton city has all the attention of European travelers. Its calm and beauty of seaside town make it a destination of choice to relax. Thus, come and admire Brittany as you have never seen it. The corsair city offers attractive places such as the ramparts and the Cathedral of Saint Vincent of Zaragoza. After that, go inside the ramparts, intramural. Then, discover a remarkable phenomenon, which is experienced daily in Saint-Malo. The high tides are exceptional. The city is home to the highest tides in Europe. The spectacle of waves coming aground on the dike at the time of the open sea is striking. On the other hand, low tide gives way to large banks of sand and rock, completely changing the scenery. Not far away is an exceptional place, the famous Mont Saint-Michel.