France, officially the French Republic (French: République française), is a country with which almost every traveler has a relationship. Some come to follow the great French philosophers, writers and artists or to immerse themselves in the beautiful language that the world has given them.
Including its long coastlines, vast mountain ranges, and breathtaking land. France has been the most popular tourist destination in the world for over twenty years. In 2014, 63.6 million visitors came to France. Many visitors come to visit Disneyland Paris, Europe’s most popular tourist destination in the country.
Five famous travel destinations in France .
1. Eiffel Tower
To be honest, the picture of the Eiffel Tower floats in front of our eyes only when we talk about the places of interest in France. Its location is in the city of Paris. Its builder, Gustavo Eiffel, built it in 189 as the gateway to the Paris International Exhibition. It is 324 meters (1,063 feet) long.
The Eiffel Tower was made up of 18,036 pairs of small and large structures of different shapes made of iron pieces. Built of iron for visitors to visit, the Eiffel Tower has 3 levels. However, its third floor is the most popular for observing the city of Paris.
2. Louvre Museum
The Louvre Museum is one of the most famous and rich museums in the world located in Paris, the capital of France. Construction of this museum in France began 200 years ago. However, the reign of Emperor Napoleon I is called the Golden Age of the Louvre. Under his leadership, French domination spread throughout Europe, and the museum’s collection grew dramatically. He brought here valuable artefacts and artefacts collected from the conquered countries.
In 1848, the Louvre became the state property of France. At present, it has a number of Greek, Egyptian, Roman and Oriental artefacts in a separate gallery with 6 administrative divisions. The museum also has works of art and sculpture by many famous artists and sculptors. The world-famous work of Mona Lisa by Da Vinci is also preserved in this Louvre.
3. France Mont Saint-Mitchell
Mont Saint-Michel is one of the most scenic places in France. Rising from the sea, It is like a strange imaginary castle. Its location is on a small island off the coast of Normandy in France that is affected by the highest tide in Europe.
This medieval castle has been transformed into a church, making it one of the most important tourist attractions in France. There are also shops, restaurants and small hotels. UNESCO listed Mont Saint-Mitchell as a World Heritage Site in 1989.
4. France Versailles
Versailles is a small village in France. And this village is famous all over the world for its large and stunning palace. This place is one of the finest examples of beauty in French art. Versailles was often the headline news for Queen Marie Anton during the French Revolution. The original residence in Versailles was used only as a hunting lodge for Louis XIII and his family.
Later it was decorated in various ways and transformed into an immense royal building. This royal palace is well known for its beautiful gardens and the “Hall of Mirrors”. Tourists from France usually come to Versailles to visit this famous and royal palace.
The French Riviera is one of the most spectacular and interesting places in France. It is one of the most fascinating coastal areas of France with only one synonym – “glamor”. Coat D’Ivoire means “Coast of Blue” because of the deep blue color of the Mediterranean. In English it is called French Riviera. It stretches from Saint Tropez to Menton on the Italian border. In the summer, it becomes a meeting place for beach lovers. Thousands of tourists visit the yachts at this time.
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