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10 Best Places to Visit in France

By on August 10, 2013

Do you dream of going to France? Are you constantly asking yourself what places you should visit? France is the most visited country in the world, and yet when you ask the majority of tourists, they rarely can think of another place to go that is not Paris! France offers many cultural activities, therefore, is a popular destination for tourists.

France is an ideal country for tourism. Since it has so many beautiful places, it is almost impossible to visit them all in so few days. France has an enormous amount of attractions, cities, museums, historic sites, restaurants, etc. that makes up the circuit of tourism in France may seem endless, but it is not.

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France is the home of a good wine, a variety of cheeses and a unique cuisine and great development. French gastronomy is internationally recognized and who makes tourism in France cannot enjoy it. In this article, we will mention the places you should not miss during your stay in France.

Below is a list of the 10 most visited tourist destinations in France

10 Best Places to Visit in France

1. Paris

Paris is one of those places that never disappoints and is simply gorgeous, no matter how much you’ve fantasized about this city in your mind. Once you have visited Paris’s, art, culture, food, and even the light of the Sun in this city it will stay with you forever.

Paris is a city that has it all, however there are very interesting sites to visit, as well as fields Elysées Street, or the Eiffel Tower, a great to visit site is the Museum of the Louvre, without a doubt, its main attraction is the emblematic work of the Mona Lisa.

Paris has a privileged place in the artistic and cultural world in recent centuries. Here were born artistic movements such as Expressionism, surrealism and fauvism and important figures of art and thought like René Descartes, Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Alexandre Dumas (son), Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jean Renoir.

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