Although France is famous for its alcohol and cheese, this country is one of the largest destinations in the world. Over the year, more than 82 million visitors visit the country’s various sights and attractions. Tourists from Paris, Tuolause, Lyon, Bardo and many other cities have huge interest in tourism. The number of World Heritage sites in the country is 39! Besides France, the first choice for tourists around the world is France’s comfortable climate, excellent beaches, ancient castles, historic museums, gardens and parks. So let’s see, about five most attractive and spectacular places in France:
Most Attractive Tourist Spots in France
5. French Riviera/Côte d’Azur:
French Riviera / Côte d’Azur is in the 5th most visited list of the most spectacular and interesting places in France. It’s the most attractive coastal region in France, whose synonyms may be – “Glamor”. Coat d’Azur means “coast of blue” because the dark blue color of the Mediterranean Sea. But in English it is called French Riviera. It stretches from St. Tropez to Menton on the border of Italy. In the summer it became the venue of beach lovers. Ships and yachts are seen in many rich people. Here’s the famous “Cannes” Celebrity Film Festival and Hotel.
Versailles is the fourth place in the list, which is a small village in France. And this Versailles Village is famous for its large and stunning palace. This place is one of the greatest beauty patterns in the French industry. Versailles was headlined for the news of Queen Mary during the French Revolution. The original residence of Versailles was only used as a hunting Lodge for thirteen Louis and her family, but later it was decorated in a variety of ornaments and built in an immense royal building. The royal palace is well known for its beautiful garden and “Hall of Mirror”. Tourists from France come to Versailles to mainly visit the famous and royal palace. However, this city has become a surprise to tourists on its own beauty.
3. Mont Saint-Michel:
Mont Saint-Michel is in the 3rd place in the list of the most spectacular and interesting places in France. Monte Sant-Mitchell, rising from the sea, is such a strange fantasy. Its location is located on a small island near the Normandy coast of France, which is affected by the highest tidal flow in Europe. The medieval fortress turned its head into one of France’s most important tourist destinations, transforming it into a church. There are also various shops, restaurants and small hotels. In 1979, Mont Saint-Michel declared UNESCO as World Heritage Site. About 30,00,000 visitors visit this church every year.
The Louvre Museum, one of the world’s most famous and luxurious Louise Museum in Paris, is in the second place in our list. The construction of this museum ended in 1200, though its construction began 200 years ago. However, the Golden Age of Louvre is called the reign of Emperor Napoleon I. He would bring the valuable things and artifacts looted from the conquered countries and bring it here. But after Napoleon’s fall, many of these valuable items and artifacts were returned to conquered countries. At present, there are numerous art in different galleries, Greek, Egyptian, Roman and Oriental art, including 6 administrative departments. There are many famous artists and sculptor art and sculptures in this museum. Vinci’s world famous artwork ‘Monalisa’ has been preserved as well.
When speaking about the spectacular or interesting place of France, the pictures of the Eiffel Tower were floated in front of our eyes. Yeah, there is one place in our list of this pillar in France. Its creator Gustavo Eiffel built it as an arcade in 1889 at the entrance of the Paris International Exhibition. It is 324 meters (1,063 feet) in length. The Eiffel Tower was made with a pair of 18,038 iron pieces made of different shapes. The Eiffel Tower, which is made of iron for visiting visitors, has 3 levels. However, the third floor is most popular for observing the city of Paris. On average, around 25,000 visitors visit the Eiffel Tower every day.
Some other tourist places in France: Chateau de Vincennes, Chamonix, Champ Elysees, Notre Dame, Saint-Claude, Chevres, Lychee, Garches, Disneyland, Arc de Triomphe, Musée d’Orsure etc.