France offers all the best you could expect from any destination. It’s not short on any wonders, whether it comes to the architecture or the culture. This isn’t entirely confined to Paris as thought out by most tourists. France has a lot to offer to its tourists, and every city you travel to will have something unique to offer to the tourists. Here are some of the best things to do in France no matter what season you travel in.
1. The Eiffel Tower
Fall or spring, the Eiffel Tower will always be blooming with life. Millions of tourists around the globe only make their way to the country because of admiring the masterpiece of Gustave Eiffel. The Eiffel Tower is known to be the most visited paid monument in the world. Regardless of the time and day, the Tower is packed with tourists. Whether you wish to dine at some of the finest restaurants of the Eiffel Tower or enjoy one of the finest views of Paris, it’s a magical moment to be at the Tower.
2. Musee du Louvre
France isn’t only famous for the iconic Eiffel Tower. Musee du Louvre is one of the most visited museums in the world; the one of its kind. It is not only home to all the finest collection of arts but also is a piece of art itself. The glass pyramid is the first striking aspect of the museum and the tourists spend too long admiring it. As you stroll inside, you’ll be amazed by the vastness and marvels of the museum. Everyone knows Musee du Louvre because of Leonardo’s famous Mona Lisa painting.
3. Le Val De Loire
The hills and mountains make the Loire Valley an interesting place to travel to. The landscape is truly captivating and so are the attractions you’ll come within. The architecture in the middle of all the wondrous nature leaves tourists spell bound. The valley is UNESCO recognized, and that too for good reasons. The combination of beauty and history make Loire a must visit!
4. Arenes de Nimes
Nimes is a city that has been long known for one of the most well preserved Roman amphitheatre in the world. The genius minds of the Roman engineers back in those days are clearly reflected through this wondrous piece of architecture. It is inspiring to see how they built these complex architecture centuries back.
5. Moulin Rouge
Considered to be a world famous attraction, many tourists claim it to be a rip-off. Regardless, it is a treat to watch the most popular cabaret show in the world. The glitz and glamour and the grace by which the performer demonstrate a spectacular performance is truly inspiring for the tourists and locals alike. On your first visit, you’ll notice yourself gasping every now and then at the marvelous performance of the artists.