Designed by Gustave Eiffel, the Eiffel tower is undoubtedly one of the most famous landmarks in the world. The 320m high structure is considered as the symbol of Paris and adds a sense of beauty and heritage in the Paris skyline. Tourists are benefited from either viewing the Paris skyline from its third level or having a Michelin star dining experience from its second level.
The Louvre Museum is an extensive hall of over 30,000 artworks holding cultural and artistic values. Timeless masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa, Wedding feast at Cana and many more are kept here for viewing. Due to its vast extent of artwork collection, it is impossible to view all of these in one day or two.
Palace of Versailles
Nicknamed as Louis XIV’s symbol of French monarchy and glory, the Palace of Versailles is built with impeccable architecture, flashy designs, and royal interiors. Its famous hall of mirrors shines in absolute beauty when sunlight reflects off its ornamental coated mirrors. In addition to its glamorous appearance are beautifully shaped ponds, pools an gardens.
Known as the coast of the blue when translated, the Cote d’Azur is a favorite summertime attraction due to it mesmerizing panoramic views of the coastline of France, greeted by the Mediterranean Sea and a peaceful sandy ambiance around it.
Commonly known as the pyramid of the seas, Mont Saint Michel situated on the coast of Normandy is one of France’s most desired landmarks. In it, lies the Abbaye de Saint-Michel which is a structure of religious and cultural prominence.
Loire Valley Chateaux
The Loire valley is stunning. UNESCO has officially recognized the Loire valley and added to its list of world heritage sites. Moreover, the valley sees some of the most beautiful medieval castles built during the Renaissance periods, bound to leave you drowning in medieval beauty.
Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Chartres
The Chartres Cathedrale is a genuinely breathtaking structure of original medieval architecture. Due to its magnificence, it has gained a position in UNESCO’s list of old gothic structures. The architectural masterpiece lies over an area of 2500 square meters and depicts a true symbol of the finest craftsmanship.
Provence is filled with a gorgeous country atmosphere surrounded by aesthetic villages, flowers, and small farms. Tourists can come here to soak in the country beauty while picking up flowers and vegetables directly from the garden or having beautiful open dining experiences in rooftop cafes.
Mont Blanc is shared between the borders of France and Italy and lies at a ridiculous height of 4,810m above sea level. It is the highest mountain peak in all of Europe. Moreover, tourists can enjoy trekking, skiing and other adventures over the snow-covered peak while drowning in its heavenly beauty.