YOUR GUIDE TO FRANCE
Home to Vibrant Cities, Stunning Landscapes, Food and Culture
France is a renowned destination for travelers from all over the world. This beautiful country has something to offer everyone, from the world-famous Eiffel Tower and Louvre Museum in Paris, to the stunning beaches of the French Riviera and the snow-capped peaks of the Alps. And of course, let's not forget the fashion! Paris is known as the fashion capital of the world for a reason. Whether you're looking to explore history, soak up some sun on the Mediterranean coast, or ski in the Alps, France has you covered.
Top Attractions & Activities:
Musée du Louvre - a national art museum in Paris, France
Château de Chenonceau, located in the Loire Valley near the commune of Amboise, about two and a half hours southwest of Paris
Les Catacombes of Paris
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres, a Gothic cathedral located in the town of Chartres
Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, France
Chamonix which is located half way down the east side of France, just below lake Geneva (Switzerland)
Carcassone, a French fortified city in the department of Aude, region of Occitania
The walled city of St-Malo in Northern France
Provence, a historical province of southwestern France
Sacré-Cœur Basilica, located at the summit of the butte of Montmartre
Capital and Population:
The capital city of France is Paris.
The country has a population of 66.99 Million.
The official language of France is French.
The official currency of France is the Euro (EUR).
Best Time to Visit and Weather:
May-September for the best weather; November-December for great Christmas markets.
France is the world’s most popular tourist destination.
The Louvre Museum in Paris, France is the largest art museum in the world. This museum is so big that if you wanted to spend 30 seconds looking at each piece of art, it would take you approximately 100 days to get through the entire museum.
There are 30 restaurants in France that have earned 3 Michelin stars.
France Is Home To The World’s Most Famous Cycling Race, Tour De France.
France Has The Highest Number Of Nobel Prize Winners In Literature.