This coastal town is well-known, and once was a hot-spot for British aristocrats. Its location on Cote d’Azur makes it ideal for a beach getaway.
Be sure to soak up the sunshine in this temperant environment, perhaps before taking a dip in the clear blue sea.
Nice also occurs delicious seafood cuisine, nightlife, and a charming old-town full of history, and is reason enough to take a trip to France.
The name of this lovely town says it all. It is in fact, known for some of the best champagne in the world.
In France, the only sparkling wines allowed to hold the label “Champagne” must be from this region, by law.
That said, France takes this beverage seriously. Come to sample this historic beverage, and stay to enjoy the quaint towns in this region.
The city of Marseille, known as a casual and interesting city, with history at every corner.
But, take notice the more modern, hip additions like street performers and artistic exhibitions during your trip to France.
This city is also known as a melting pot, and as such has a multiculturalism about it. Enjoy the museums, architecture, and the cuisine in this picturesque city.
If you or someone you are traveling with is a foodie, you must go to Lyon. Lyon, considered the unofficial foodie capital of France, is heaven for your taste buds.
The city also offers a light festival, museums, churches, Roman ruins, and plenty of shopping to keep up with the French Fashionistas.
It is the perfect destination to get a taste a France. As a tip for your stay, learn to slow down. The French are notorious for living slowly, and with pleasure in each moment.
Saint-Tropez is a quaint little seaside town, full of villas in Saint-Tropez and cobblestone streets.
The location is perfect to explore the coastal scenery and hop from beach to beach. In addition, make sure you explore the various fishing villages in the area, as it is hard to find fresher seafood.
Consider looking into villas in Saint-Tropez when planning the trip, as this luxurious destination is not one to miss.
A charming village nestled on the eastern side of France that is the setting that inspired the creation of Beauty and the Beast.
The age of the city is quickly realized as you wander the cobblestone streets, surrounded by 15th-century structures.
Better yet, take the time to notice the different colored buildings, as legend says this represented the type of business long ago.
The city of Chamonix is truly a winter wonderland, perfect for snuggly nights by the fire with hot chocolate and French wine.
It is ideal for those interested in skiing and was even the site of the first winter Olympics in 1924.
From hiking to skiing to mountain climbing, it is a nature-lovers heaven. However, don’t fret about isolation, the neighboring areas are bustling with life and French cuisine.
The ancient town of Carcassonne looks like a fortress from a mystical tale. It is a completely fortified town, complete with an entire city within it.
However, inside it is fairly modern, but with ancient and medieval history at every corner.
Be sure to check out both La Cit? and the lower city, Ville Basse. The two towns, connected by Pont-Neuf and Pont-Vieux bridges, are a must visit.
Normandy is in the Northern part of France and is often remarked to be housing two different places in one.
It’s lush green countrysides on one side and rough, choppy water of the English Channel on the other make it seem otherworldly.
The region has plenty to do, including food, history, and architecture. Be sure to check out Mont Saint Michel and the D-Day Beaches.
The chalk cliffs are another noteworthy sight to see. As well, don’t forget to sample Norman cheese and clams during your trip to France.
Toulouse is one of the most popular destinations for students, and is also known as the “Pink City” or Ville rose in French.
There are many different squares in the town, and it is perfect for drinking and laughing with fellow travelers.
There is also a well-known Japanese Garden near the city center, which can help soothe you during your stay in this robust city.