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France has many cities of cultural interest, some of them are classified as *Town of Art and History. Many dream of its joie de vivre shown by the countless cafés, picturesque villages, and world-famous gastronomy. Paris has the reputation of being the most beautiful and romantic of all cities, brimming with historic associations and remaining vastly influential in the realms of culture.

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France has 45 sites inscribed in the UNESCO’s World Heritage List and features cities or sites of high cultural interest Paris being the foremost, but also Loire Valley (map), Toulouse (map), Strasbourg (map), Bordeaux (map), Lyon (map).

Small and picturesque French villages of quality heritage (such as Collonges-la-Rouge (map), Locronan (map), or *Montsoreau (map) are promoted through the association les-plus-beaux-villages-de-france.org (The Most Beautiful Villages of France).

Paris hosts some of the world’s most recognizable landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower (map), which is the most-visited paid monument in the world, the Arc de Triomphe (map), the cathedral of Notre-Dame (map), or the Sacré-Cœur (map) on *Montmartre (map).

Bordeaux is famous for its wine but is also a bustling city with lots of historic sights to discover. It is listed as a World Heritage Site for being “an outstanding urban and architectural ensemble”. Lyon, the country’s second largest city, is listed too, and boasts a beautiful old centre as well as a number of Roman ruins.

Mont Saint-Michel: This UNESCO World Heritage site is a medieval castle and monastery built on a rocky island in the English Channel. It’s one of the most iconic and visited tourist attractions in France.

As the French have a real taste for art, the country has numerous art galleries and museums. Several of them are widely considered to be among the finest museums in the world of art, art-history, and culture. The grandeur and fame of the Musée du Louvre (map) in Paris can hardly be matched by any other museum in the world.

At a 15-minute walk from there is the Musée d’Orsay (map), another world class museum that picks up roughly where the Louvre’s collections ends. The Musée National d’Art Moderne in Centre Pompidou (map), still in France’s capital, is the largest museum for modern art in Europe. In Lille you’ll find the Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, one of the country’s largest museums. Its varied collection is the second largest after the Louvre and boasts everything from antiquities to modern art.

With its international reputation for fine dining, few people would be surprised to hear that *French cuisine can certainly be very good. French cuisine as a whole has been inscribed on the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage.

About France

Information for planning your trip around the country.

About Paris

Tourist information to help you get to know the city.


Information about all types of public transport in the country.

Cities & Regions

Useful info about the regions and cities of the country.

Thematic collection.

Plan your visit according to your interests.

Tiqets is an online booking platform for museums and attractions that connects travelers worldwide with more ways to experience culture.

French Riviera: The French Riviera, or Côte d’Azur, is a Mediterranean coastline that includes cities like Nice, Cannes, and Saint-Tropez. The region is known for its beaches, glamorous resorts, and luxurious lifestyle.

Loire Valley: The Loire Valley is a region in central France known for its beautiful châteaux (castles) and picturesque vineyards. It’s a popular destination for tourists interested in history, wine, and culture.

Normandy: Normandy is a region in northwestern France known for its D-Day landing beaches, historic towns, and beautiful coastline. Visitors can also explore the famous Mont-Saint-Michel abbey and the Bayeux Tapestry.

French Alps: The French Alps offer breathtaking scenery and outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, and mountaineering. The region is home to some of the best ski resorts in the world, such as Chamonix and Courchevel.

Les plus beaux villages de France is a website that promotes and lists the most beautiful villages in France. The organization was founded in 1982 and has since been working to identify, protect, and promote the cultural and architectural heritage of small French villages.

The website features a list of the member villages, currently numbering 159, and provides information on their history, architecture, culture, and tourism.

Also сheck оut мore info: Les Plus Beaux Villages de France (wikipedia.org)

www.sites-cites.fr ⇒ The National Network of Towns and Countries of Art and History and Remarkable Heritage Sites.

The “Towns of Art and History” (Villes et Pays d’Art et d’Histoire) is a label that was created by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication in 1985 to recognize and promote the heritage of towns and cities in France. ⇒ www.culture.gouv.fr

Also сheck оut мore info: French Towns and Lands of Art and History (wikipedia.org)

France.fr – Wine Tourism: This website is the official tourism website for France and provides information about wine tourism in various regions of France. You can browse by region, type of activity, or even by season.

Winetourism.com: Connecting wine lovers with the best wineries around the world. ⇒ French Wine Regions

Bordeaux Wine Trip: This website is dedicated to wine tourism in the Bordeaux region of France. They offer information about vineyards, chateaux, wine tasting tours, and events. You can also find information about accommodations, restaurants, and other attractions in the area.

Wine Paths | France: This website offers personalized wine tours and experiences in various regions of France. You can browse by region, type of activity, or create your own custom itinerary.

#1 Visit Paris

Our article about the city of Paris. Information about the city’s attractions, culture, events, and activities. Public transport.

#2 Visit Bordeaux

Our article about the city of Bordeaux. Information about the city’s attractions, culture, events, and activities. Public transport.

#3 Louvre Museum

Our article about the Louvre Museum. Useful information for visitors. Tickets. Paris public transport.

Public Transport.

Guide to traveling to and getting around in the France.

⇒ Also сheck оut мore info: Public transport (parisinfo.com) • Getting to France (uk.france.fr)

BUS: sobus.travel — sells bus tickets for all the bus companies. OuibusIsilinesFlixBusEurolinesMegabus >> (*Intercity buses in France)

TRAIN: Trains are a great way to get around in France. For regional trains, schedules can be found at ter.sncf.com. You can get from pretty much anywhere to anywhere else by train.

For long distances, use the TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse, or High-speed train) on which reservations are obligatory. TGVThelloOuigo. + RailEurope • EurostarThalysizy (Paris-Brussels) • TGV Lyria (Switzerland) • DB (Germany) • RENFE (Barcelona) >> (*Rail travel in France)

AIRPORT: parisaeroport.fr – Paris airport information. The main international airport, Roissy – Charles de Gaulle, is likely to be your port of entry if you fly into France from outside Europe.

FERRY: Brittany FerriesP&O FerriesDFDS Seaways

Dream big, live slow.

France, where you can dare to dream big.  Explore the beauty of its historic landmarks, feel the excitement of major sporting and cultural events, head for a heart-pounding adventure in the most beautiful mountain ranges or take a dip in pristine waters at one of France’s unspoilt beaches. It’ll take your breath away.

France, where you can take things slow. Here, it takes time and passion to grow the best produce and nurture craftsmanship. Jump on a bike, hop on a train or wander through villages to soak up the local atmosphere, and enjoy the little things at your own pace. Slowly and fully.

⇒ video source: France.fr / youtube.com /

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How do you obtain a VISA for a stay in France – and what are the customs procedures? + Customs and Visas (france.fr)


The practical travel and tourist information pages on Paris, French regions, driving in France, and a whole lot more.


France-Voyage.com is a leading guide to Tourism in France. It provides holidaymakers with all the practical and cultural information.

guide.michelin.com: Find your next great culinary experience with the MICHELIN Guide.

France-Voyage.com: Since it was created in 2003, France-Voyage.com has developed over the years to become a leading guide to Tourism in France. It provides holidaymakers with all the practical and cultural information they need to help plan their stay.

About-France.com – is a website filled with hundreds of pages of relevant and useful information about France. The practical travel and tourist information pages on Paris, French regions, driving in France, and a whole lot more, are just part of a much wider exploration of modern France.

Le Figaro: This is a French newspaper that covers news, culture, and entertainment in France, and provides practical information for tourists on topics such as food, wine, and shopping.

Auto Europe: This website provides information on car rental options in France, as well as booking options and practical information on driving in France.

Velib: This is the website of Paris’ public bike-sharing system and provides information on renting bikes, pricing, and station locations.