Paris, France

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Paris, France

Not one person can claim that they visited Paris until they see Mona Lisa in the Louvre. With all the traveling records today According to leading travel guide books in France, the most visited place in is the Eiffel Tower in Paris followed by Disneyland in Paris. With all the tax dollars being spent in the city tourists we’ll notice how clean the streets are. Also the fact they banned smoking inside restaurants. With so much popularity already the cathedral of Notre Dame is not something to be missed and viewed by many tourists both new and veteran visitors. Which makes Paris one of the most visited cities in the world.

Marseille, France


Marseille, France

One of Europe’s oldest cities and France’s second largest city, Marseille is a major Mediterranean seaport located off the southeast coast of France. Boasting an idyllic climate, Roman ruins, medieval architecture and distinguished cultural venues, Marseille is also a working city with several universities and industries.

Bordeaux, France


Bordeaux, France

Built upon the River Garonne just half an hour inland of the Atlantic Ocean, Bordeaux is a major port city stuffed with fine architecture, historic sites, exceptional shopping and a world-class arts and culture scene. A visit to Bordeaux would not be complete without a drive through the surrounding wine country where tourists can admire picturesque villages, vineyards and chateaux.

Lyon, France


Lyon, Paris

Located in east-central France, Lyon is the capital of the Rhone department in the Rhone-Alpes region. Boasting a long history, Lyon today is the third largest city in France, known for its historic architecture, gastronomy and vibrant cultural scene.

Nice and the riviera, France


Nice and the Riviera, Paris

In Nice, the capital of the region, Belle Époque Mansions line one side of the palm-lined Promenade des Anglais and the region’s famous beach the other. The avenue sweeps westward along the coast past more chic beaches in Antibes, Cannes and St-Tropez, all the way to Marseille. Go east instead of you’ll enter tiny Monaco and the casino of Monte Carlo, both associated with an extravagant lifestyle. Many walk instead down the charming narrow streets of Nice’s Vieille Ville (the Old Town), which lures visitors with tiny bistros, antique shops, fashionable boutiques and museums such as the Musée Matisse and the Musée Marc Chagall.

View of the Eiffel Tower