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                                                 Top Ten Things To Visit In France
                                                           By Jonathan Williams



    When you're in the magnificent country of France, the question is not what you should do, the
question is what is there that's not to do? It seems that the liberated air of Parisians is contagious, and
all you want to do when you're in Paris is to be as free and artistic and relaxed as any regular Parisian
you meet on the street. Coffee in one hand and crepe in the other, what else is better than eating it al
fresco in the cool Parisian morning breeze?

1.) The Louvre

First stop is almost always the most famous art museum in the history of France and probably the
world, The Louvre. It houses some great artistic talents including the famously infamous Leonardo da
Vinci. His Mona Lisa is still the top attraction, and that secretive, knowing smile of hers is always a
must-see.

2.) The Eiffel Tower

Next on the list is, of course, the Eiffel Tower. It was once ridiculed by ancient artists as a monstrosity
but is now regarded as one of Paris, France's best works of art. Inside, you can get souvenirs, have
your postcards stamped with the Eiffel Tower insignia and dine in their restaurants.

3.) French Riviera

Within its borders, you will find the famous tourist destinations Nice, Cannes and St. Tropez. Its
beaches are so breathtaking and magnificent, and they are perfect for a romantic rendezvous. The
scene also becomes a little wilder once the parties get rolling in the evenings.

4.) The Cathedral of Notre Dame

Victor Hugo's famous book has this as the backdrop of his entire story where we all learned to love the
brave and endearing hunchback. Famous for its stone architecture complete with towering religious
icons, gothic design capturing different faces of gargoyles, the Notre Dame Cathedral shouldn't be
missed. As such, this place should always be in the itinerary of anyone visiting France.


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5.) Napoleon's Arc de Triomphe

This was built in honor of the French military who fought alongside Napoleon, and this is one of
France's famous historic landmarks. Some say that if you don't know your way around Paris, you could
end up going around in circles in the Arc de Triomphe and never get out. They also say that you could
get so confused which way to go because traffic is going around the arc.

6.) Disneyland

Paris, too, has a Disneyland of its own. It has the trademark rides, parades, fireworks display, and
attractions all Disneyland theme parks are famous for. But, of course, there is still something that is
uniquely France's alone.

7.) Historic Normandy

Perhaps the most famous place in France when it comes to history is Normandy. Normandy has seen
too many wars and fought too many battles for France. The most famous event here is the burning of
Joan of Arc in 1431.

8.) Lourdes

The apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary during the 19th century to Bernadette Soubirous have
made this place a popular destination for pilgrims and devotees of the Blessed Virgin Mary. As such,
this place has also become a tourist destination. If you are a devotee of the Blessed Virgin Mary, then
this place is for you.

9.) Musee d'Orsay

This magnificent museum of art found inside a railway station is a testimony of how much the French
love and revere art. Because of this, they will impart this love to anyone and everyone who is
interested. So, if you are an art lover, then head on to Musee d'Orsay.

10.) Vineyards

France is famous for its wine tours. You can take your pick from Alsace to Rhone Valley on which
vineyards to visit where you can do a little wine tasting or perhaps even jump in and join grape
harvesting. Truly a uniquely French experience!

Jonathan Williams is the travel writer for Destination Guide TV - the place to share travel videos. Visit
http://www.destinationguide.tv/france to view or share France travel videos.




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                                           The Top 5 Cities to Visit in France
                                                      By Kieron Sellens



France is an amazing country with some truly wonderful cities. I’ve taken on the difficult and
controversial task of narrowing the list down to a top 5 cities you should see on a luxury holiday in
France.

Nancy

 Nancy is a must visit on a holiday in France mainly because it carries an air of dignity and refinement
rarely found in cities in England. As well as some lovely architecture and some fascinating museums,
the city offers a sophisticated feel all the way to its shops which feel almost designed for window
shopping.

Avignon

 If you’re looking to explore Provence, there’s only one choice of where to book a hotel in France.
Avignon is an old graceful city, full of jaw dropping art and architecture. The experience begins from
the approach, when you take in the wonderfully preserved stone ramparts which circle the city, and
won’t end until you’ve seen the famous bridge (the Pond d’Avignon), the medieval fortress and the
Palais des Papes (the papal palace). But perhaps the ultimate pleasure is people watching – now a
thriving student city, it almost rivals Paris as a place to sit and watch the world go by. A must on any
luxury holiday in France.

Lyon

 When you’re faced with a city the size of Lyon, you can be sure there’s a huge amount of things to do
to appeal to all tastes, and the city does not disappoint. As France’s second largest conurbation, it’s no
surprise to see that the city contains outstanding art galleries and museums, a thriving nightlife,
fantastic shipping and plenty of gourmet evenings out. If this all sounds too fast paced, there’s also the
historic old town, which has enough cultural significance to be designated a UNESCO heritage site.
Lyon is essential for someone looking to experience big city life outside of the capital on their luxury
holiday in France.

Strasbourg

 Pretty and cosmopolitan, Strasbourg is a cultural haven, and a must-visit if passing through Alsace.
You can feel the taste of Europe in so much of the city, from the European Parliament to the
Franco-German TV network which bases itself here, and it’s this welcoming international feel that
makes Strasbourg such a great place to wander around. On top of that it has some splendid
restaurants, cafes and excellent museums – all great ways to punctuate visits to the towering cathedral
and old city. Just make sure that you’re not looking for accommodation here when European
Parliament is in session – you may need to look elsewhere in France for a hotel!

Paris

Paris really needs no introduction, and is the first call on most luxury holidays in France. The best


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thing about it is that it can be so many different things to so many different people – it’s a shopping
wonderland, a cultural epicentre, an architect’s dream and the best place in the world to enjoy a
gourmet meal. It’s also got more iconic buildings and landmarks than many entire countries manage!
All of these elements combine to ensure that Paris is the best city to visit in France, if you’ve somehow
managed to miss it so far.

 No doubt many people will disagree with my list, because a luxury holiday in France offers so many
different things to different people. Whether you feel others should have been included or not, one
thing is certain: all five of these places are well worth any tourist’s time. Consider this list when you
book a hotel in France, and the luxury holiday you have will be truly memorable.

Kieron Sellens is the marketing manager of the Association of Independent Tour Operators (AiTO).
With an AITO holiday in France (http://www.aito.co.uk/france-holiday.asp) you can tailor-make the
dream holiday – whether you want piste pleasure or family fun.




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