French is known as the language of Romance. The French worshipped the institution of love during the 12th century. They didn’t believe in the act of marriage and falling in love was a virtuous , notable, widely celebrated feeling since ages to come.
Apart from that the magnificent landscapes, remarkable cafés, fermented wine and outrageous fashion.
Paris the place where love happens, walk into the Louvre to witness the glass shaped pyramid and other exceptional arts like “The Mona Lisa”. Explore the many cafes lined up at the Eiffel Tower. Give your taste buds the richness of its wines and sophisticated cuisine. Must visit Lascaux’s ancient cave drawings . Witness the best of classic entertainment at Lyon’s Roman theatre. Dipped in rich history the Palace of Versailles and it’s magical gardens
Based on the Country of France, could be described as Turquoise waters, sandy inlets, shrubs, pine trees. Located in the Ajaccio region. Bucket List to visit is Napoleon’s Birthplace. The 6 km Calvi Beach gives a fantastic view of the town and Citadel. Situated in the Picturesque town of Lumio, Arinella Beach a peaceful spot by hills and clear turquoise water. Loto Beach’s white sand and clear turquoise water ensure a remote and isolated vibe.
Located in a Mediterranean seaport, the oldest city in France with an obvious Old port. See a popular view of Limestone cliffs and blue waters while sipping on a creamy cold coffee. Visit the location of a famous Disney movie classic “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”. A huge spread of cafés, shops and bars.
Nice, a capital on the French Riviera, Situated on the pebbly shores of the Baie des Anges. Founded by the Greeks and retreated by European, the city has long attracted artists. Former resident Henri Matisse is Honoured with a collection of paintings at Musée Matisse. Musée Marc Chagall featuring some major religious works.
The Stunning Strasbourg as the French and German fought for this city and I don’t blame them, with the glassy glitter architecture that shines in the Sun, adding a touch of Modern Air – would make anyone go gaga. Gothic Cathedral which would bring out your Reverence.
Also known as the Pink City also this is a city popular with students. The city squares is a great place to have a drink or chat away. The Place du Capitole is famous for its impressive square, situated at the heart of the city. Also, a crossroad to take any street that juts out from the square and continues to explore. Adding a serene touch to your stay, you can relax in the Japanese garden nearby to the Congress centre.
Location in the Town in French Riviera, Plage de la Bocca is one of the most popular public beaches in Cannes. Had lovely sand and a crowd of young families. Plage du Midi, Top spot for a picnic has a selection of restaurants and ice cream parlours.
Situated in the region of France, Located in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. La Glaye, It’s coastline in front of the old town between two old fortresses. It’s a beautiful beach but tiny. The real Pampelonne beach is in the bay region, a great place to sit on your towel and watch the crowd swagger through.