Top Experiences in France

France is a must-include on your travel bucket list because of the stunning medieval cities, luxurious fashion houses and classical art museums that awaits every tourist. This beautiful country may cause you long hours of travel but is still within reach with major airline offering flights to France.

There are a lot of historical places to visit in France as well as authentic French specialties to try that will definitely make your long travel worth it. Here are some things that you should experience during your tour.


1. Eiffel Tower

Whenever you hear the word France, you should not miss its tallest architectural structure, the Eiffel Tower. This structure was named after its creator, Gustave Eiffel. Around the Eiffel Tower, you can take time to stroll around and be mesmerized by the beauty of its metallic composition. If you are not afraid of heights, you can also climb up as high as the third floor.


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2. Musée du Louvre


If you are into arts and history, make sure to make a trip to Musée du Louvre. This famous attraction is said to be the most visited museum around the world. There are a lot of classical paintings, sculptures and objects that are reminiscent of the ancient times. With its immensely large area, it would be impossible to see all exhibits in just one visit!


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3. Arc de Triomphe

If you get to visit Arc de Triomphe, you’ll get to see the engraved names of the valiant soldiers who sacrificed their lives, all for the glory of France.



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4. Château de Versailles

Have you ever imagined yourself entering a palace just like those in story books? If yes, Château de Versailles will be your dream come true.  Once you enter the palace, it will give you a feel of royalty like real kings and queens. A garden with a stunning scenery also awaits outside!


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5. Notre Dame Cathedral

For those who want to spend some quiet time and to meditate, Notre Dame Cathedral could be your next stop. Notre Dame is a medieval catholic church with a gothic kind of architecture. Come inside the cathedral to witness its richly-coloured Nativity scene which attracts millions of visitors every Christmas season.


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6. City Bike Tour

Breathe in the fresh air and explore hidden passageways in France by bicycle. There are professionals and accomplished guides to help you discover more of the country’s beauty.


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7.  Pot-au-Feu

Enjoy a healthy authentic French dish with Pot-au-Feu which is made from beef, bone marrow and vegetables. It is one of the most celebrated provincial dish in France so, don’t miss this must-try.


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8. Ratatouille

Aside from the beautiful historic sites in France, it is also known for its sophisticated food.  Ratatouille is one of the signature dishes in France. It is a stewed vegetable dish slowly cooked to perfection. This French specialty is perfect for those who are maintaining a healthy food intake while on vacation.


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9. Baguette

If you are looking for an afternoon snack, a freshly-baked baguette with a crispy golden brown crustwill be hard to resist! Thisveritable symbol of the French culture is best when it’s artisanally-made, so make sure to visit a traditional French bakery during your stay.


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10. Macarons

For those who have sweet tooth, macarons will suit best here in France. These sweet, bright-coloured pastries can be enjoyed with a cup of tea or coffee while admiring the charming streets of France.


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With all these beautiful historic sights and sophisticated dishes, France is really worth the long hours of travel, it is a place worth visiting even once in a lifetime.

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