Places To Visit in France

Louvre Palace

France and its capital Paris attract millions of tourists every year, especially during summer. Fans of culture, history, art and nightlife will always find something that attracts them in France. This beautiful country has a number of museums, galleries, beautiful beaches and romantic restaurants. The diversity of France makes it so hard to see everything in one visit.

There are a lot of places to visit in France, whether during day time or at night. The Eiffel tower comes on the top of these places. This iconic symbol of Paris occupy the top of the “to do” list for any tourist visiting this beautiful city.

The Eiffel Tower is an iron structure that was constructed for the 1889 World Exposition in the Champ de Mars Park. It is one thousand feet high (300 meters).You can dine in one of the two fine restaurants in the Eiffel tower or simply enjoy the incredible views of Paris from the top.

Each of France’s cities has its own style of architecture that makes it feel different from other cities. Places to visit in France range from the limestone hills of Provence to the half moon bays of Corsica.

The city of Nice is located on the French Riviera between the beautiful azure water of the Mediterranean and the green hills. It has some of the old art galleries and a lot of magnificent beaches in addition to its renowned flower market. The Baie des Anges is one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. It is bordered by the Promenade des Anglais. Those who visit this beach in summer will really know the true meaning of beauty and relaxation.

The Louvre is the world’s most visited museum. It is located in the Louvre Palace with a remarkable glass pyramid entrance. The Louvre is the only place where you can find a collection of about one million beautiful objects, including some of the most famous art works on earth such as Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the Greek stature Venus of Milo and Michelangelo’s Dying Slave. The museum also has some Egyptian Pharonic artifacts that were smuggled from Egypt to France in the old ages.

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