The Christmas holidays are fast approaching – and what best way to celebrate the holiday season than to take a fun trip to a favorite destination, like France?
|The Eiffel Tower by: Steve Lorillere|
One of the most beautiful cities in the world, Paris is truly an amazing place to visit – whether you are planning to go for a short Christmas vacation or for an extended stay at any other season of the year.
When in Paris, do not forget to take a tour of its famous attractions, including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and Champs de Elysees.
Another beautiful destination to visit, the French Riviera is known for its sparkling blue waters and superb white sand beaches. This is also the destination for some serious shopping and having fun. Known as the playground for the rich and famous, you just might spot a few of your favorite Hollywood stars basking in the resorts that line the Mediterranean Sea.
The picturesque seashores of the French Riviera also make the perfect backdrop for weddings and special occasions.
A superb destination for you to truly enjoy the best gastronomic finds in France, Lyon should be in your itinerary whenever you visit the country. You can find evidence of France’s rich cultural heritage in this beautiful place.
The French Alps
The French Alps is a whole year round perfect destination for those who are seeking total adventure and heart pounding experience. Blue skies, colossal peaks, and the glaciers draw a picture-perfect view.
Truly a wonderful place to enjoy, Marseille boasts of stunning landmarks, beautiful coasts lined with rich yachts, and superb buildings. The city is also the perfect choice for walking tours and for exploring medieval architecture and Roman ruins.
For stunning castles and countryside scenes, you’ll love Loire Valley. This is a great destination if you want to capture that perfect postcard moment with your friends.
A stuff of legends, Mont Saint-Michel is something that takes you back in time and makes you dream of the time of fairytales.
The palatial castle rising on the rocky ‘island’ in the mudflats is truly a sight to behold.